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    Indian Copyright Act is complaint with most international conventions and treaties in the field of copyright. India is a member of the Berne Convention, the Universal Copyright Act (UCC), 1952 and the Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) of 1995. Though India is not a member of the Rome Convention, the Copyright Act, 1957 is fully compliant with this convention. To cope with the challenges posed by the development of new technologies like recording,…

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    Every successful business or product started with a single idea. In order to ensure that your precious and potentially lucrative intellectual property remains protected, securing the assistance of a bona fide patent expert is crucial. In San Francisco, the Patent Law Offices of Rick Martin provide unbeatable advice based on attorney Martin’s extensive experience in the field of patent law. Filing a patent can be a complex process, one that requires the right knowledge to make certain that…

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    Current Situation Illegal Downloading Since the Internet began, people have been sharing files with each other around the world. Many of these files are music, video, and other forms of media. But these files are illegal copies of intellectual properties, which are being given away without compensation to the IP owners. This has become a large problem for the music industry and other digital formats of media. File sharing websites have been around the Internet for years, but the former world…

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    noted also that CleverTech Inc. did not take the precautions of claiming superimposing intellectual property over their designs. Being that CleverTech’s…

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    operating a production company is the misuse of intellectual property. These issues can range from infringing on the intellectual property of someone else, to having the intellectual property of the company infringed upon. When a company begins to license out its intellectual properties, it can lead to a multitude of other issues. As seen in the following example, the different rights also play an important role when a company acquires intellectual property from another, especially where there…

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    revamping the company website. In do so she went on the internet and copied images from website and posted them to Home Décor sight. Lacy has violated the intellectual property laws by in essence stealing other ideal. The Intellectual property laws protect the right of invention design and artwork. One of the most famous case in an Intellectual Property law was Napster vs Record Industry Association of America. Napster allow many to down load music for free and not CD however napster didn’t…

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    Alexzander Singh 999202964 March 2nd 2015 National and Global Trademark Law Strategy: Frogspawn The trademark of Frogspawn is the companies DNA. It is used as recognition for customers; as well as to distinguish Frogspawn from its competitors. The following is an outline which strategically analyzes the process of protecting Frogspawns trademark in Canada and global markets. Firstly, Frogspawn must consult trademark databases to avoid using an existing trademark. As well as sub trademarks for…

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    It also complies with copyright laws as in the contract of the artist it states that the music is the property of the record label and they may distribute and share it as they please, however a percentage of the profit goes to the artist, per the copyright agreement. One area which the music video does drop on a grey area of representation is with alcohol…

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    According to Deborah G. Johnson, in the case of Franklin v. Apple, Franklin copied Apples operating code without any alterations, this was a clear copyright infringement act. However, these cases aren’t always obvious, that’s where fair use comes in and is disputed in the federal courts. There are four factors of fair use and a fifth, unofficial factor. According to Rich Stim, the first factor is: The Purpose and Character of Your Use. The court will examine if the material taken from the…

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    The most successful businesses begin with an idea that is completely novel and unique. When a company becomes the only entity which can fulfill a customer’s needs, that business stands to make an enormous profit. For that reason, companies which create new products or processes need to zealously guard their secrets from competitors. Without strong trade secret protections, unique ideas can become the industry standards, a business’ competitive advantages are lost. California law is very…

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