Archive for June, 2013

As intellectual property continues to grow as a wealth creation tool, individuals will be faced with the challenge of determining the value of the property, and the effect that such property will have on estate taxes. Estate taxes on intellectual property, especially those based on copyrights, can have a substantial effect. When determining a person’s [...]

What contribution has customs service made in order to protect business intellectual property rights? The legitimate rights owner who has reasonable grounds to believe that his intellectual property rights could be infringed during customs clearance through the border of Russia can file a complaint with the State Customs Committee (SCC) of Russia and request the [...]

Intellectual property, although intangible, is still ownable and your intellectual property rights should be protected. An intellectual property lawyer who is trained to help reclaim patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret rights can help protect your intellectual property. Types of intellectual property include patents, trademarks and trade dress, copyrights, and trade secrets. Patents Your right [...]

Ideas and knowledge or intellectual capital underpins the development of economies. The worth of ideas is considered intellectual property that has to be protected, albeit with conditions. And, so Intellectual Property Right (IPR) are the legal right resulting from intellectual activity in the scientific, literary and the artistic fields. The genesis of intellectual property rights [...]

Intellectual property comprises patents, copyrights, trademark, design rights and registered designs. Some intellectual property rights (such as Patents, Trade Marks and Registered Designs) need a formal process of registration by the owner to the Intellectual Property Office, in order to afford protection and monopoly rights to the owner. Others, such as copyright and design rights, [...]

Intellectual property is any creative work such as inventions, literary and artistic works, symbols, names and images used within business and considered to be the property of its creator. Intellectual property rights should be protected under ip law. Common types of intellectual property rights include copyrights, trademarks, patents, industrial design rights and trade secrets. IP [...]

Three years ago I published a book of short stories in Israel. The publishing house belongs to Israel’s leading (and exceedingly wealthy) newspaper. It goes like this : if the rights to intellectual property were not defined and enforced, commercial entrepreneurs would not have taken on the risks associated with publishing books, recording records, and [...]

A patent can be owned jointly. However, under s.36 of the Patents Act 1977 (“the Act”) each proprietor can use the patent for his own benefit without the consent of or the need to take account of the other proprietors but, under s.37 of the Act, if a proprietor wishes to licence the patent i.e [...]


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