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    Trademark Law

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    and trades marks. A trade mark’s ability to symbolize brands is arguably their most important function, as it is the distinction between objects, and the signification of a particular brand that provide trade marks with their economic value. Trademark law looks to protect customers from perplexity or trickery by averting other entities from using the same or a puzzling similar feature/name/words on their products, meanwhile giving rights…

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    Dr. Shouldice was wary of other doctors visiting the facility for fear of learning and copying the treatment procedures elsewhere. Through various advertisements, Dr. Shouldice was aware that other physicians were attempting to recreate and deliver the Shouldice Method. This problem was the catalyst for Dr. Shouldice’s desire to expand capacity originally. In this case, brand infringement and Dr. Shouldice have recourse. Michael Allan (2014) advises: Brand owners should consider the…

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    Intellectual property is person’s creation or innovation, invention that could consider having commercial and un-commercial purposes. It is contained any secret recipe, symbol, unique name, or even logo. Intellectual property could be divided into two types, which are the first is Industrial Property and Copyrights. Industrial Property is consist of patents for inventions, trademarks, industrial design, and geographical indication. Meanwhile, Copyrights consist of literacy works and artistic…

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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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    Louis Vuitton

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    designer to copyrights, trademarks and trade dress. A more detailed analysis of these is necessary to understand the kind of strategy a high-end brand would use to protect its intangible…

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    Prior Employer 's Workplace When starting their own company, many startups might work at their employer 's facility or on their employer 's computers. If you work in an industry that has intellectual property rights, and you signed an agreement when you started at your job, your employer might have the rights to your ideas or company. They could sue for patent infringement or theft of intellectual property. Make sure that none of the startups ' work was done at an employer 's workplace. The…

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    research or while they are mentoring junior investigators (Horner & Minifie, 2011). Therefore, intellectual property knowledge is essential for health care researchers. After all, the movement of research from the laboratory to the patient often requires the use of intellectual property rights (Patino, 2010). The purpose of this paper is to compare and contrast intellectual property. Patents: Overview A patent is one type of intellectual property recognized by United States law and granted…

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    Ethics and Intellectual Property Intellectual property is “intangible property, the product of human ingenuity, protected by law” (Lau & Johnson, 2015). Intellectual property includes things such as ideas, a title, a patent, or a trademark. There have been many court cases documented on the issue of intellectual property along with some ethical concerns that accompany. Some familiar cases are the Kellogg Cereal Shredded Whole Wheat cereal idea, the debate of who is rightfully the father of…

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    Recently, China has become more encouraging of innovation through increased enforcement of intellectual property rights. To solidify its position in the global intellectual property market, China joined WIPO in 1980 and the Paris Convention on Industrial Property in 1985. Additionally, China signed the Patent Cooperation Treaty in 1994, registered all trademarks with the International Bureau of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in 1990, and became a member of the World Trade…

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    And then, second idea would be using Rights of property. Of course, it look like the same with first part but it would focus on different problem in the law. It would be related to the tort. The tort was a problem which the company can’t avoid now. And, Tort often occurs almost as an established fact in this era of diversified competition and frequent vicious competition, so company’s intellectual property right would be more and more important because it would be most power weapon for firm when…

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