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Selected Intellectual Property and Unfair Competition, Statutes, Regulations and Treaties, 2013

Selected Intellectual Property and Unfair Competition, Statutes, Regulations and Treaties, 2013Selected Intellectual Property and Unfair Competition, Statutes, Regulations and Treaties, 2013Selected Intellectual Property and Unfair Competition, Statu...
by Book Store on Feb 22, 2014

Innovation for the 21st Century: Harnessing the Power of Intellectual Property and Antitrust Law

Innovation for the 21st Century: Harnessing the Power of Intellectual Property and Antitrust LawInnovation for the 21st Century: Harnessing the Power of Intellectual Property and Antitrust LawInnovation for the 21st Century: Harnessing the Power of I...
by Book Store on Feb 22, 2014

Innovation for the 21st Century

Innovation for the 21st CenturyInnovation for the 21st CenturyInnovation for the 21st CenturyInnovation for the 21st CenturyBuy Now From Amazon  (Kindle , paperpack OR HardcoverInnovation for the 21st Century Paperback,hardcover by Michael A. Ca...
by Book Store on Feb 22, 2014

Antitrust Law and Intellectual Property Rights: Cases and Materials

Antitrust Law and Intellectual Property Rights: Cases and MaterialsAntitrust Law and Intellectual Property Rights: Cases and MaterialsAntitrust Law and Intellectual Property Rights: Cases and MaterialsAntitrust Law and Intellectual Property Rights: C...
by Book Store on Feb 21, 2014

Are Your Food Truck Recipes Really Your Own?

Did you start your food truck up with a family recipe or that special way of preparing an ingredient that sets your mobile food business apart from the competition? To be able to maintain that competitive advantage, food truck owners …...
by Mobile Cuisine Magazine on Feb 4, 2014

Year End Planning Opens the Gate to a Better New Year

This post marks the start of a new series for this blog. The goal of the series is to work through the planning process for small to mid-sized businesses and entrepreneurs, in the hope that I can help sort out some of the more beneficial ways to go a...
by Applied Entrepreneurship on Jan 9, 2014

Year End Planning Opens the Gate to a Better New Year

This post marks the start of a new series for this blog. The goal of the series is to work through the planning process for small to mid-sized businesses and entrepreneurs, in the hope that I can help sort out some of the more beneficial ways to go a...
by Applied Entrepreneurship on Jan 9, 2014

GE2071 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS (IPR) CSE Eighth Sem Syllabus

GE2071 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS (IPR) CSE Eighth Sem Syllabus   Sem: Eighth Subject Name: GE2071 Subject Name: Intellectual Property Rights Year: Fourth Regulation: 2008/2010 Category: Anna university 8th Sem syllabus,CSE Syllabus,Anna universi...
by Vision Students on Jan 9, 2014

The Good Wife 5.11: Bowling Balls and Bogdanovich

What do bowling balls and Bogdanovich have in common?  They provided punchlines to two Good Wife stories tonight in episode 5.11.The bowling balls knock down all the pins in a brand new story about copyright - in this case, of a recording - cont...

IPAB-Chennai-Technical Member Vacancy Nov 2013

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY APPELLATE BOARDGuna Complex Annexe-I, 2nd Floor, 443 Anna Salai, Teynampet, Chennai-600018.Invites application for the post of Technical Member.Technical Member : 01 Post,Pay band : Rs.67,000 - 79,000.for complete information ab...
by Government Vacancy on Dec 21, 2013

Startup Trademarking

In 2010, 340 of every 100,000 adults launched a business each month. If you’re a new small business owner and you want to eliminate the chance of having to deal with any future costly trademark disputes, it’s highly recommended that you take the...
by Leadmanagement.com on Dec 20, 2013

Stephen Harper’s Canada: Shut up and obey

Harper’s latest foray into his proud Canadian vision is the negotiation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership which, although it will affect all Canadians, is being kept secret  until it’s signed and imposed on us. Proponents of the TPP stat...
by Toronto City Life on Dec 6, 2013

Building a Stay-At-Home Business – Insightful Tips from the Professionals

The latest from Rabid Office Monkey:In today’s world of interconnectivity and ease of communication, working from home and telecommuting is a very popular option. In fact, many people are so enticed by the freedom of working at home, they are takin...
by Rabid Office Monkey on Nov 26, 2013

What is Intellectual Property? Part 3 – What are the steps to commercialising your Intellectual Property?

In Part 1 we got a taste at a helicopter view what IP is. In Part 2 we discussed the major different types of Intellectual Property. In our final installment Part 3, we find out the steps to take in order to commercialise your IP. Lap, co-founder a...
by nepchin on Nov 21, 2013

Vietnam, EU begin new round of FTA negotiations

Vietnam and the European Union (EU) kick-started the fifth round of their free trade agreement (FTA) negotiations in Hanoi on November 4. Head of the European Parliamentarian delegation Werner Largen said discussions will focus on the creation of an...
by Vietnam Economy News on Nov 5, 2013

IPAB-Chennai-Technical Member Vacancy Nov 2013

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY APPELLATE BOARDGuna Complex Annexe-I, 2nd Floor, 443 Anna Salai, Teynampet, Chennai-600018. Invites application for the post of Technical Member. Technical Member : 01 Post,Pay band : Rs.67,000 - 79,000. for complete inform...
by Government Vacancy on Nov 3, 2013

The Advice For Salesmen Regarding Company Stages

1. The start-up stage In most cases the company consists of the founder or founders and a few employees with revenue generated by projects. Sales: The founder is also the salesman. This is the small tribe in the big world seeking to survive. 2. The...
by The LEADSExplorer blog on Oct 24, 2013

What is Intellectual Property? Part 2 – What are the major different types of Intellectual Property?

by nepchin on Oct 22, 2013

ENFORCEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

The Bern Convention contains only a few provisions regarding enforcement of rights, however the evolution of recent national and international enforcement standards has been dramatic in recent years as a result of two principal factors. The primary i...
by E-LAWYER on Oct 20, 2013

HOW TO OWN, EXERCISE AND TRANSFER THE COPYRIGHT?

The owner of copyright in a work at least, a minimum of is usually the man the author of the work. However this is not always the case. The Bern Convention (Article 14bis) contains rules for determining initial ownership of rights in cinematographic...
by E-LAWYER on Oct 13, 2013


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