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  • The Concept of Promissory Estoppel
    on Oct 24, 2013 in Contract Law
    The doctrine of promissory estoppel is concerned with the modification of existing contracts. The position under the classical common law of contract was that such modification would only be binding if consideration was supplied and a new contract fo...
  • ENFORCEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
    on Oct 20, 2013 in Intellectual Property
    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...
  • WHAT'S MORAL RIGHTS IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW?
    on Oct 15, 2013
    Moral rights are Rights an author retains over the integrity of a work and the right to be named as its author even after sale or transfer of the copyright. The international treaties like The Bern Convention (Article 6bis) needs Member countries to...
  • HOW TO OWN, EXERCISE AND TRANSFER THE COPYRIGHT?
    on Oct 13, 2013 in Intellectual Property
    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...
  • WHAT'S CONTRACTUAL CAPACITY?
    on Oct 11, 2013 in Contract Law
    Both parties to a contract should have contractual capacity in order for the agreement to be legally binding. for example, the individual getting insurance should be of a minimum age and should be lawfully competent; the contract won't hold if the in...
  • THE DURATION OF COPYRIGHT PROTECTION
    on Oct 10, 2013
    The protection of Copyright is limited in Time. There is a period of time during that the rights of the copyright owner exist. The duration of copyright begins from the instant once the work has been created or once it's been expressed in concrete fo...
  • WHAT'S CONSIDERATION IN CONTRACT?
    on Oct 8, 2013
    The basic definition of a contract is nothing quite a lawfully enforceable promise. A contract that the parties exchange a promise for a promise is thought as a bilateral contract, and a contract where one party offers a promise and therefore the d...
  • LIMITS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION
    on Oct 7, 2013
    Firstly, the limitation is that the exclusion from copyright protection of some categories of works. In some States, works are not protected if they're not mounted in tangible form. As an example, a piece of choreography would solely be protected onc...
  • WHAT'S INTENTION IN CONTRACT
    on Oct 5, 2013 in Contract Law
    A contract doesn't exist just because there's an agreement between individuals. The parties to the agreement should intend to enter into a lawfully binding agreement. This can be seldom declared explicitly however it will be sometimes ready to be inf...
  • What’s Patents for Invention
    on Oct 4, 2013 in Intellectual Property
    Most laws handling the protection of inventions don't really outline the notion of the invention. variety of nations, however, outline inventions asnew solutions to technical issues. the matter could also be old, but the solution, so as to advantage...
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