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    Intellectual Property Law is a very panoramic assemblage of law; its regards Patents, Trade Marks, and Copyrights. Intellectual Property establishes a very critical role in the improvement of consumer enterprise and acts a driving force for innovation. IP 's are adverted as “ownership of the mind 's products”(Cooter, Ulen, 124); Intellectual property is secured by the law through patents, copyrights and trademarks; this protective screening allows individuals(inventors) the prospect of obtaining acknowledgment & financial payment from whatever they contrive or formulate. With the successful integration of intellectual property law; “the innovator need not fear that others will steal the innovation. Instead of keeping it secret, the owner…

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    Geoffrey Israel STL 4313 3/28/16 With Freedom and Justice for All. In her book, From Goods to a Good Life – Intellectual Property and Global Justice, Madhavi Sunder explores the rich connections between cultural production and human freedom. Sunder states that, “Intellectual property does more than incentivize the production of more goods, the law fundamentally affects the ability of citizens to live a good life”. This book takes a look at intellectual property and develops an understanding…

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    Steal This Music Summary

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    author of Steal This Music, is an associate professor and chair of Musicology at USC Thornton School of Music after receiving both a PhD in musicology from Princeton and a DMA in contemporary flute performance form UC San Diego in 2002. She has published two books, many articles and essays, and is currently working on two more books. Demers work focuses on 20th and 21st century popular music and intellectual property rights as she contributes significantly to these communities. Steal This Music…

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    the penalties of it, and what will happen if you are caught plagiarizing at this school? Consequences of plagiarism cannot just stop at creating an academic text but also of low quality may become law violations in particular copyright infringement. If I are caught plagiarizing at this school, I will redone again, get no credit, or even fail class. If other peoples are caught, they can lose their jobs. Plagiarism is not only that you cannot in class but do not show respect for their teachers, as…

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    And as that litigation process draws to a close, it is also likely that the remedy suggest by the court will place a significant financial burden on Marlow. He may quite possibly be forced to compensate Aerogels Inc. for the loss of business and may also have to, in some degree, share the profits he obtained through his independent venture. And lastly the court may also find it appropriate to supplement the equitable relief with some form of injunctive relief. Question #5: What types of…

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    Someone who plagiarizes or breaks the copyright laws not only destroys their own academic and professional reputation but they can sometimes have to face legal repercussions. Some may argue that the consequences that come with illegal borrowing are too extreme and should be altered a little. However, I would argue that although they can sometimes be a little extreme, they are necessary in order for people to understand the unlawfulness of illegal borrowing. If we do allow people to be relieved…

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    Louis Vuitton

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    Louis Vuitton: European V. American Fashion IP Rights This analysis intends to explain and compare, in a summary the way the intellectual property protection of high fashion brands and their creations in America and Europe and in particular, the protection that Louis Vuitton and its bags receive in both continents. The protection of fashion design and in particular, high fashion design has evolved in the last few decades; however, this evolution has not been homogeneously in all countries,…

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    MONETIZATION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS Intellectual Property Rights (“IPRs”) have played a significant part in the world’s economy map. It accounts for “almost 39% of total economic activity (GDP) in the EU” and “26% of all jobs in the EU – around 56 million direct jobs. With the addition of 20 million indirect jobs, one in three of all EU jobs – 35% of all jobs – rely on IPR intensive industries” . The main subject of IPR, Intellectual Property (“IP”) asset is normally defined as the…

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    Definition: The Oxford English Dictionary defines Intellectual Property as “chiefly Law property (such as patents, trademarks, and copyright material) which is the product of invention or creativity, and does not exist in a tangible, physical form” (OED, 3rd Ed. 2010). Summary: We know that the economy is constantly changing with new business ventures, young entrepreneurs and an ever evolving world of technology at our fingertips. With this constant form of creative motion; individuals must…

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    Groupon Business Analysis

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    Licensing is uncertain because intellectual property protection may not be available in every country, and domain name regulations may not protect the company’s trademarks and other proprietary rights (Groupon). Consequently, the company may not be able to prevent third parties from acquiring and using similar domain names and registering its trademarks. Thus, third parties that license the company’s intellectual property rights may diminish the value of the company’s proprietary rights or…

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