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Intellectual Property Trading Services
 
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Boss (Andrew Yuen): I have a philosophy for managing my business Big efforts yield big rewards! For intellectual property, or IP, management I have a helping hand My company joined the IP Manager Scheme run by the Intellectual Property Department The management staff receive training on IP management and commercialisation strategies We can also use the free IP consultation service for lawyers’ advice We've equipped ourselves well for business opportunities! For details, visit ip.gov.hk SUPER︰ www.ip.gov.hk Intellectual Property Department
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Intellectual Property: Trade Secrets
 
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Peter McDermott says if you have a trade secret, there are critical steps you need to take to protect them. THIS VIDEO CAN HELP ANSWER: What is a trade secret? How do you protect them? How do you avoid infringing other people’s trade secrets? ABOUT THE KAUFFMAN FOUNDERS SCHOOL Visit the website: [http://bit.ly/1EW2br7] The Kauffman Founders School presents a powerful curriculum for entrepreneurs who wish to learn anywhere, anytime. The online education platform features experts presenting lectures in series modules designed to give Founders a rich learning experience, while also engaging them in lessons that will make a difference in their business today, tomorrow, and in the future. The Kauffman Founders School series modules include Powerful Presentations, Intellectual Property, Founder's Dilemmas, Entrepreneurial Selling, Entrepreneurial Marketing, Surviving the Entrepreneurial Life, Startups, and much more. © Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. Video may not be used without permission. To enter a request for permission to use, contact [email protected] This video is for educational purposes only. Please consult your lawyer for legal advice suitable to your specific needs.
Intellectual Property Trading Services 2015
 
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All: Cheers! Lenna Yeung: Congratulations on the success of your invention Male friend: Thank you! Max Cheung: Wait, is your product’s intellectual property protected? If not, your interests may be affected? Male friend: What? Lenna Yeung: You should apply for the Intellectual Property Department’s Intellectual Property Consultation Service and consult the legal professionals! SUPER︰Free One-on-one Service Max Cheung: The department has also launched the Intellectual Property Manager Scheme and provides relevant training to help small and medium-sized enterprises increase their competitiveness SUPER︰Intellectual Property Manager Scheme Max Cheung: You should appoint a staff member from management to join Lenna Yeung: This website contains lots of information on intellectual property trading too! SUPER︰ Intellectual Property Trading Business Opportunities are Everywhere www.ip.gov.hk Intellectual Property Department
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What is TRADE SECRET? What does TRADE SECRET mean? TRADE SECRET meaning, definition & explanation
 
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What is TRADE SECRET? What does TRADE SECRET mean? TRADE SECRET meaning - TRADE SECRET definition - TRADE SECRET explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. A trade secret is a formula, practice, process, design, instrument, pattern, commercial method, or compilation of information not generally known or reasonably ascertainable by others by which a business can obtain an economic advantage over competitors or customers. In some jurisdictions, such secrets are referred to as "confidential information" but are generally not referred to as "classified information" in the United States, since that refers to government secrets protected by a different set of laws and practices. The precise language by which a trade secret is defined varies by jurisdiction (as do the particular types of information that are subject to trade secret protection). However, there are three factors that, although subject to differing interpretations, are common to all such definitions: a trade secret is information that: 1. Is not generally known to the public; 2. Confers some sort of economic benefit on its holder (where this benefit must derive specifically from its not being publicly known, not just from the value of the information itself); 3. Is the subject of reasonable efforts to maintain its secrecy. These three aspects are also incorporated in the TRIPS Agreement in Article 39. By comparison, under U.S. law, "A trade secret, as defined under 18 U.S.C. § 1839(3) (A), (B) (1996), has three parts: (1) information; (2) reasonable measures taken to protect the information; and (3) which derives independent economic value from not being publicly known". Trade secrets are an important, but invisible component of a company's intellectual property (IP). Their contribution to a company's value, measured as its market capitalization, can be major. Being invisible, that contribution is hard to measure. Patents are a visible contribution, but delayed, and unsuitable for internal innovations. Having an internal scoreboard provides insight into the cost of risks of employees leaving to serve or start competing ventures. In contrast to registered intellectual property, trade secrets are, by definition, not disclosed to the world at large. Instead, owners of trade secrets seek to protect trade secret information from competitors by instituting special procedures for handling it, as well as technological and legal security measures. Legal protections include non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), and work-for-hire and non-compete clauses. In other words, in exchange for an opportunity to be employed by the holder of secrets, an employee may sign agreements to not reveal their prospective employer's proprietary information, to surrender or assign to their employer ownership rights to intellectual work and work-products produced during the course (or as a condition) of employment, and to not work for a competitor for a given period of time (sometimes within a given geographic region). Violation of the agreement generally carries the possibility of heavy financial penalties which operate as a disincentive to reveal trade secrets. However, proving a breach of an NDA by a former stakeholder who is legally working for a competitor or prevailing in a lawsuit for breaching a non-compete clause can be very difficult. A holder of a trade secret may also require similar agreements from other parties he or she deals with, such as vendors, licensees, and board members. As a company can protect its confidential information through NDA, work-for-hire, and non-compete contracts with its stakeholders (within the constraints of employment law, including only restraint that is reasonable in geographic- and time-scope), these protective contractual measures effectively create a perpetual monopoly on secret information that does not expire as would a patent or copyright. The lack of formal protection associated with registered intellectual property rights, however, means that a third party not bound by a signed agreement is not prevented from independently duplicating and using the secret information once it is discovered, such as through reverse engineering.
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Intellect Group of IP Companies - Corporate Video
 
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Intellect Worldwide Sdn Bhd Intellect Franchising Sdn Bhd Intellect Patent & Innovation Sdn Bhd Intellect Trademark Sdn Bhd Intellect Worldwide (S) Pte Ltd. All the above are companies under the Intellect Group. Intellect Group provides intellectual property consulting services related to trademark, copyright, franchising, licensing, patent and industrial design. For more information, please visit www.intellect-worldwide.com.
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Public health, intellectual property and WTO rules at 20
 
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Innovation and Access to Medicines; Learning from the Past, Illuminating the Future: Opening a symposium on “Public Health, Intellectual Property and TRIPS at 20” at the WTO’s headquarters on 28 October 2015, Director-General Roberto Azevêdo emphasized that the TRIPS (trade-related aspects of intellectual property rights) Agreement can be part of the solution in tackling public health challenges in developing countries. He also recognized that enhanced cooperation and dialogue between the WTO, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and the World Health Organization (WHO) is a vital contribution to creating a stronger and more stable global framework that helps people lead better and healthier lives. Speakers: Roberto Azevêdo, WTO Director-General Margaret Chan, WHO Director-General Francis Gurry, WIPO Director-General Hans Rosling, keynote speaker
How To Register A Company In South Africa 2016 | STEP 4: Lodging A Private Company Registration
 
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In this video I will Take You Through A Step By Step Tutorial And Show You How To Lodge A Private Company Registration through CIPC’s Online Transacting and eService’s You Can Register For The Full CIPC DIY Course Here Its FREE: http://lokshinlearning.com/ To help breakdown the process I have structured the course into 2 main sections: Section 1 – Introduction to Company Legislation & GovernanceUnderstanding the Companies Act of 2008. • Understanding the Companies Act of 2008. • Understanding the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC). • Understanding the Memorandum of Incorporation. Section2 - How to Lodge a Private Company Registration through CIPC eServices ● How To Register a CIPC Customer Account ● How To Lodge A Name Reservation ● How To Lodge A Private Company Registration ● How To Send Supporting (Shareholder) Documents To The CIPC ● How To Deposit Funds Into Your CIPC Customer Account ● How to Lodge an Enquiry on the CIPC website. At the end of the course you should have the following skills and information: ● An understanding of the companies’ act of 2008. ● An understanding of the basic role and function of the CIPC. ● An understanding of the memorandum of incorporation. ● Learn how to register a CIPC customer account so you can start transacting with CIPC ● Learn how to reserve a company name. ● Learn how to lodge a private company registration. ● Learn how to send supporting (Incorporation) documents to the CIPC via email. ● Learn how to deposit money into your CIPC account. ● Learn how to submit queries on The CIPC website. Along the way we will be covering many topics, such as the purpose of the companies act, the CIPC, the Memorandum of Incorporation and CIPC Online transacting. Downlinks [ COMING SOON!!!] Get the CIPC DIY Slides here Get the FREE eBooks for the course here Episode list with links CIPC DIY course and all associated files created and composed by Lokshin Online Learning Academy - LOLA Copyright Lokshin Investment Finance and Economics Group © All Rights Reserved Content may be distributed freely for educational purposes only Website: lokshinlearning.com / lokshineconomics.com
Easywayip Company for Trademark and business in Dubai
 
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Easyway IP is the leading agent in the United Arab Emirates for Intellectual Property, Trademarks in Dubai, Copyright in Dubai, Patent in Dubai, Design in Dubai & Business Services in Dubai. Our Services : Trademark Patent Design Copyright Domain Name and Web Hosting – Registration Litigation Infringement and Anti-counterfeiting Services Helping our clients in setup their business in UAE by providing them with our professional assistance in these fields : Obtaining Visas for employees, founder, family members. Introducing you to the right sponsor. Assisting you in all the processes of registering your business. Obtaining trade license. Changing commercial name or activities. Renewal of Labor Card. Renewal of Trade License. Notarizing and attesting of all documents and forms required for business registration in Dubai. Opening account with local banks. Searching for best office premises and getting approval from Dubai Municipality. Translation Services Providing certified translation to all legal documents in Arabic, English and Chinese languages. Providing personal interpreter for Chinese language.
Interpreting TRIPS
 
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BOOK REVIEW Interpreting TRIPS Globalisation of Intellectual Property Rights and Access to Medicines By Hiroko Yamane Hart Publishing ISBN: 978-1-84113-953-1 www.hartpub.co.uk PROTECTING IPRs (INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS) GLOBALLY An Appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers If you're reading this and you're not in the legal profession, (or not yet), TRIPS means: "Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property". Business, the creativity that accompanies it -- and the intellectual property that results -- have all, probably in most respects, gone global and so have most issues relating to intellectual property. In the wake of a number of significant IP directives and agreements, such IP issues will inevitably impact on world trade in different ways for the immediate future. The author, Professor Hiroko Yamane, in her thorough and analytical explorations of such issues, touches on the potential impact created by a regulated IP environment on different areas referred to as the industrialized nations...the developing countries...and the leading emerging economies such as India and China. Having perused her comments for the most part, we gather that she feels that a 'one-size-fits-all' policy, or policies, for IP regulation worldwide will not necessarily benefit business in all countries or trading environments. And that's the dilemma! Nonetheless, with the protection of IPRs (intellectual property rights) having become an established global issue now, the TRIPS Agreement has evolved with a view to outlining and indeed establishing minimum standards for IPR protection for members of the WTO (World Trade Organisation) over a vast range of creative endeavours, from IT to the pharmaceutical and biological sciences. It's interesting that the author and -- presumably the impressive global team of IP experts she mentions in her acknowledgements -- take a cautious approach here, warning that 'the benefits of TRIPS are more questionable in poorer countries where national infrastructure for research and development and social protection are inadequate...and the cost of innovation is high'. Hmm. IPR protection, she argues, 'should be supporting domestic policies for innovation and investment.' At the same time, she advocates the benefits of international co-operation in on IP issues. Bearing such diverse views in mind, Yamane's extremely erudite book does much to shed light on the various attitudes worldwide to the role of intellectual property rights as incentives for innovation and investment, while also examining the ongoing worldwide debate over IPRs. A copiously researched and monumentally impressive magnum opus, this book will undoubtedly provide a welcome and authoritative contribution to such a debate, particularly among specialist IP practitioners and academics. Meticulously footnoted and indexed, it contains extensive tables of cases and legislation over a worldwide range of jurisdictions. So, if you're in any way involved in cross-border matters relating to intellectual property, this book with its global perspective should prove a useful and thought provoking addition to your professional library.
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Intellectual property concern going to stop US-China trade deal: Expert
 
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Derek Scissors, American Enterprise Institute, joins 'The Exchange' to weigh in on the U.S.-China trade talks and if he sees the strained relationship being repaired. Receive exclusive commentary from CNBC anchor Kelly Evans: https://cnb.cx/2CWYubi » Subscribe to CNBC: http://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBC About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Get the latest news: http://www.cnbc.com/ Find CNBC News on Facebook: http://cnb.cx/LikeCNBC Follow CNBC News on Twitter: http://cnb.cx/FollowCNBC Follow CNBC News on Instagram: http://cnb.cx/InstagramCNBC
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Definition of Intellectual Property
 
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NCURA YouTube Tuesday - NCURATV Edition Cathy Innes, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill & Jilda Garton, Georgia Institute of Technology give us the definition of Intellectual Property during an NCURATV panel discussion. For more information on how to subscribe to NCURATV visit: http://www.ncura.edu/content/educational_programs/ncura_tv/
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Epstein Conference - Panel 3: Intellectual Property
 
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"Panel 3: Intellectual Property: Patents, Copyrights, Trademarks, Trade Secrets, Misappropriation" In April 2018, the University of Chicago Law School and New York University School of Law co-sponsored a conference in honor of the fifty-year academic career and scholarship of Richard A. Epstein.
Daniel Nam - CEO and Co-Founder of NPER @NPERproject
 
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Daniel Nam, CEO and Co-Founder of NPER, Discusses How Blockchain Technology Can Protect Intellectual Property and Combat “Patent Trolls” As a South Korean company, NPER holds an ideal position for becoming a major player in the IP and crypto trading industries, as this is a hotbed country for crypto activity. Even as there are concerns over the Korean government’s potential regulations over crypto, this will primarily affect local markets and not global trading as much. With their first record-breaking presale raising nearly $5 million in only 22 minutes, Nam predicts that NPER will continue with their successful funding and their vision for decentralizing trade in the IP industry.
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Machi X – Tokenizing Intellectual Property – $MCX Token
 
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Project Review of the new Machi X exchange project – Tokenization of Intellectual Properties. Machi X will enable the trading of tokenized intellectual property, as opposed to well-known cryptocurrency exchanges like Binance, KuCoin, Huobi, OKEx etc. that simply trade digital-assets and tokens alike. Machi X is 'A Mithril Forged Company' and has deep connection with the team, founders, supporters and investors of Mithril and the $MITH token cryptocurrency project. Berklee School of Music (2015) found that anywhere from 20-50% of all music royalties are not received by the rightful owners... a big issue for artists (https://berklee.edu/news/fair_music_report) Three core pillars of Machi X... 1. Tokenization of Intellectual Property 2. Service Contract Modules 3. Investment Socialization and Discovery As an exchange they aim to facilitate the ability of: (i) creators of IP to issue rights to their property (ii) people who appreciate the value of the IP to invest into and own a fraction of the property listed on the exchange Examples: music, art, literature, inventions, designs (whitepaper) The utility token that will be created for the Machi X exchange is called MCX and the total supply will be 1 billion tokens. ERC20 standard. – Leo Cheng [Co-founder & CEO] Prior to founding Machi X, Leo founded Blockstate, a San Francisco-based blockchain advisory firm. Additional to Machi X, according to his LinkedIn Leo is currently an advisor to and was also COO at Mithril for 6 months. Advisor to Formosa Financial. MBA and degree in economics from UC Berkeley – Jason Fang [Co-founder] Advisor and Lead Investor of Mithril Ex-Fenbushi Capital and Co-founder & Managing Partner at Sora VC (Asian VC firm) – Jeffrey Huang [Co-founder] Founder of Mithril Experienced in the intellectual property and perpetual royalties space from his experience as an artist M17 Entertainment is Jeffrey’s company – parent organization to others like Unicorn Entertainment and the 17 app which is developed Asia’s most popular live streaming application https://machix.com/en/ https://machix.com/zh-TW/ https://machix.com/zh-CN/ ✔️ TWITTER → https://twitter.com/dalb0013 ✔️ TELEGRAM CHAT → https://t.me/dbcryptochat → https://t.me/dbcryptoann ✔️ BINANCE CRYPTO EXCHANGE → https://www.binance.com/?ref=10193831 ✔️ KUCOIN CRYPTO EXCHANGE → http://bit.ly/dbkucoin What is dbcrypto? As an interested crypto-investor, dbcrypto began in 2017 as an outlet for me to share my thoughts and research with the community. Music: → cmedinabeats for the background track (cmedinabeats.com) → C L E M E N T ! N O for providing the outro track Disclaimer: This is a sponsored video. I am not a financial advisor. My content is absolutely not financial advice. I do not recommend that you act on any of the information or sentiments contained in my videos.
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What is Patent, Copyright & Trademark in Hindi | By Ishan
 
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What is Patent, Copyright & Trademark in Hindi | By Ishan A patent is a right granted to an inventor by the federal government that permits the inventor to exclude others from making, selling or using the invention for a period of time. The patent system is designed to encourage inventions that are unique and useful to society. Congress was given the power to grant patents in the Constitution, and federal statutes and rules govern patents. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) grants patents for inventions that meet statutory criteria. The following provides a general overview of what a patent is. Patent Categories There are three different kinds of patents: utility patents, design patents and plant patents. 1.Utility Patents: The most common type of patent, these are granted to new machines, chemicals, and processes. 2.Design Patents: Granted to protect the unique appearance or design of manufactured objects, such as the surface ornamentation or overall design of the object. 3.Plant Patents: Granted for the invention and asexual reproduction of new and distinct plant varieties, including hybrids (asexual reproduction means the plant is reproduced by means other than from seeds, such as by grafting or rooting of cuttings). Copyright: Copyright is a form of intellectual property protection provided by the laws of the United States. Copyright protection is available for original works of authorship that are fixed in a tangible form, whether published or unpublished. The categories of works that can be protected by copyright laws include paintings, literary works, live performances, photographs, movies, and software. A Copyright Owner's Rights: The primary goal of copyright law is to protect the time, effort, and creativity of the work's creator. As such, the Copyright Act gives the copyright owner certain exclusive rights, including the right to: 1.Reproduce the work 2.Prepare "derivative works" (other works based on the original work) 3.Distribute copies of the work by sale, lease, or other transfer of ownership 4.Perform the work publicly 5.Display the work publicly The copyright owner also has the right to authorize other people to do any of the rights mentioned above. The copyright owner has the option and ability to transfer his or her exclusive rights -- or any subdivision of those rights -- to others as well. The Copyright Office does not have forms for these transfers, so a transfer of copyright is usually done through a contract. It is not legally required for a transfer to be recorded with the Copyright Office, but having a legal record of the transaction is often a good idea. What is a Trademark?: A Trademark generally refers to a “brand” or “logo”. Trademark registration can also be obtained for a business name, distinctive catch phrases, taglines or captions. Properly used and promoted, a Trademark may become the most valuable asset of a business. Trademarks such as Coca Cola, HP, Canon, Nike and Adidas serve as an indication of origin of the goods as well as an indication of quality. It is also essential to obtain trademark registration for the business name/trade name under the Trademarks Act. Registration of a company or business name under the Companies Act does not in itself give protection against others who might commence using identical or similar marks. Disclaimer- Some contents are used for educational purpose under fair use. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. All credit for copyright materiel used in video goes to respected owner. Keep Supporting Us :- Website : https://www.ishanllb.com/ Website : http://www.eisarahi.com/ Email : [email protected] Facebook Official : https://www.facebook.com/eisarahiofficial Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/IshanLLB/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/ishanllb Tags:-What is Patent,Copyright & Trademark in Hindi,what is copyright in hindi,copyright act definition in hindi,copyright act in hindi,copyright act kya h,patent kya hota hai,trademark kya hai,copyright act 1957 in hindi,what is copyright law,patent law in hindi,patent act 1970 in hindi,what is patent in hindi,patent law meaning in hindi,patent ke prakar,what is patent in india,copyright kya hai,patent ka matlab,trademark kya hota hai,ishanllb
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IP BASICS: Should I get a trade mark?
 
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Part of the IP Basics series: Your business, service or product name is your brand which over time can become your most valuable company asset. Keep updated with IPO email alerts: http://bit.ly/ip4bizalerts View more videos in our IP Basics series: http://bit.ly/Ipbasics Find our IP Basics guidance here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/ip-basics
Protecting the Intellectual Property through ERM
 
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Intellectual property - product designs, brand names and logos, patents and trade secrets such as formulas, processes and data - is central to the success of every company. In today’s global marketplace, protecting intellectual property (IP) is daunting. With a click of an email, trade secrets can be shared with competitors. A supply chain oversight can lead to counterfeit parts and faulty products. A coveted technology can be copied and immediately distributed around the world. In this webinar, CREATe experts share insights from a new CREATe whitepaper that outlines how IP protection can be integrated into Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) programs. In this session, you will learn how to: Use ERM to “identify, assess and manage” IP-related risks Address risks specific to information technology (IT) security and supply-chain compliance Learn the elements of an effective management system framework for addressing IP risks Presenters: Allen Dixon, Intellectual Property Counsel, Center for Responsible Enterprise And Trade (CREATe.org) Craig Moss, COO, Center for Responsible Enterprise And Trade (CREATe.org)
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Trade Marks - Simon Pope (Intellectual Property Office)
 
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http://www.business.govt.nz/ Simon Pope from Intellectual Property Office talks about copyrighting, logos and brand research. Topics: 0:15 - Is my company name trademarked? 1:26 - Existing trade mark search 2:25 - Trade mark register search 3:18 - Should I register a name or logo? 5:02 - The difference between trade marks, copyright and patents 6:38 - How do I know if something is trademarked? 7:40 - Next steps Find out more about intellectual property and trademarks: https://www.business.govt.nz/risks-and-operations/intellectual-property-protection/types-of-intellectual-property/
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How Hong Kong Helps Manage Your IP
 
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So you've decided to come to Hong Kong to start a business, but how do you make sure your great idea is protected? Hong Kong's business service professionals and the city's growing skills with IP trading can ease your mind. Speakers: Elise Tchen-Thebault Chief Executive Officer Parrot Asia Pacific Benny Kong Senior Partner Benny Kong and Yeung Solicitors Raymond Yip Assistant Executive Director, Hong Kong Trade Development Council Learn more from HKTDC: http://www.hktdc.com Asia IP Exchange: http://www.asiaipex.com Parrot: http://www.parrot.com Benny Kong and Yeung Solicitors: http://www.bk.com.hk/catalog/index.php Find more videos in the series: http://howtodobizinhk.hktdc.com/ Produced with Lime Creative Hong Kong: http://limecreative.hk/
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How To Invest In Intellectual Property w/PJ Miklus (How To Get Rich In 2018)
 
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Creating Asset using your own Intellectual Property
 
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http://www.createunlimitedincome.com If your new to entrepreneurship and what to learn how to create a business online. In this video you will learn: The difference in linear vs leverage income How to create an asset with your knowledge, skills and abilities Why you want to create assets instead of buy assets http://youtu.be/GhGDR5wtZFg Learn more about how you can stop trading your time for money, learn how to establish an online business. Connect with me: http://homebasedbizsuccessonline.com/ http://youtu.be/dFGNkg1gdys Keywords: leverage income linear income multiple streams of income passive income residual income entrepreneurs lifestyle entrepreneurs laptop lifestyle intellectual capital online wealth busness success business motivation dan kennedy wealth principles wealth affirmations robert kiyosaki mj demarco multiple streams of income 4 quadrants laptop lifestyle portfolio income rich dad poor dad bob proctor real estate wealth building wealthy wealth mindset
Intellectual Property Services - Trademark/Copyright/ Patent/Design in Dubai
 
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Easyway IP is the leading agent in the the United Arab Emirates for Intellectual Property, Trademarks in Dubai, Copyright in Dubai, Patent in Dubai, Design in Dubai & Business Services in Dubai. Our Services : Trademark Patent Design Copyright Domain Name and Web Hosting – Registration Litigation Infringement and Anti-counterfeiting Services Helping our clients in setup their business in UAE by providing them with our professional assistance in these fields : Obtaining Visas for employees, founder, family members. Introducing you to the right sponsor. Assisting you in all the processes of registering your business. Obtaining trade license. Changing commercial name or activities. Renewal of Labor Card. Renewal of Trade License. Notarizing and attesting of all documents and forms required for business registration in Dubai. Opening account with local banks. Searching for best office premises and getting approval from Dubai Municipality. Translation Services Providing certified translation to all legal documents in Arabic, English and Chinese languages. Providing personal interpreter for Chinese language.
Grasp the opportunity     Develop IP trading
 
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MVO: Brands, research and development and creative industries all involve intellectual property. Hong Kong has sound financial and legal systems, professional talent and comprehensive intermediary services. Intellectual property trading brings business opportunities to all walks of life. Mr Greg So SCED: Turn strengths into opportunities. SUPER: Grasp the opportunity Develop IP trading Regional EmblemCommerce and Economic Development Bureau Intellectual Property Department
Intellectual Property is the asset bubble that never bursts
 
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http://mensessentialsmagazine.com/intellectual-property-is-the-superhero-of-asset-classes/ Imagine that you own a magical type of property... It's a property you can own, sell, rent & use ... all at the same time. Now imagine another type of magical asset .. Instead of degrading the more you make use of it, this asset actually increases in value. Well, there is such an asset and it's called Intellectual Property or IP, and it's a major contributor to the asset class known as intangible assets. Once a forgotten stepchild of accounting, intangible assets now account on average for over 80% of the market valuation of the S & P 500 companies. It's only been during the last few decades that large public companies have woken up and built market capitalizations of hundreds of billions of dollars on the back of intangible assets, but smaller companies have been slow to recognize the valuable IP assets they possess. These are assets they might not even be aware of or recording on their balance sheet. Men's Essentials Magazine grilled IP expert Mitch Axelrod to uncover the secrets of developing and monetizing IP assets for regular businesspeople. To think it was as recently as 1970, when there were dozens of companies in the S & P 500 that attributed zero value to intangible assets on their balance sheets. That's where most smaller businesses find themselves today. But, according to Mitch Axelrod, author of The New Game IP & an entrepreneur who has been trading in IP since 1978, you don't have to be a genius to play big in this game. He says it's difficult to overstate the size of the opportunities in the IP economy because it's still incredibly early in the expansion phase. Men's Essentials publisher Damian Loth interviewed Axelrod for the report and says he considers Axelrod's training to be some of the best available on the subject of intellectual property. Mens Essentials readers can claim a free membership at Axelrod's online membership site. It includes hours of detailed recordings & written reports - designed to give you an excellent overview of opportunities in intellectual property, and the tools you need to structure your first deal. Visit http://mensessentialsmagazine.com/intellectual-property-is-the-superhero-of-asset-classes/ for more details.
BIP Asia 2014 Rises with Regional IP Prowess
 
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Some 2,000 people attended Asia’s premier annual event for the intellectual property (IP) sector on 4-5 December 2014 in Hong Kong. The event – organised by the city’s government, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council and Hong Kong Design Centre – has tripled in size since it was first held in 2011, expanding to feature an exhibition along with a range of talks and seminars relevant to industry players. Speakers: Kelvin King Senior Partner, Valuation Consulting Antony Taubman Director, IP Division, World Trade Organization Toshimoto Mitomo SVP, Intellectual Property, Sony Corporation Marcello Dini Director, New Business Asia Pacific, Sisvel Related Links: Business of IP Asia Forum website: http://www.bipasiaforum.com Innovation and IP Week website: http://www.innovationipweek.com Asia IP Exchange website: http://www.asiaipex.com
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MaRS Best Practices - IP Best Practices for ICE Companies
 
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Discover why intellectual property is a critical asset to your company. Within the context of current economic uncertainty, this series will cover cost-effective strategies for securing IP and patent rights to enhance the market value and competitive position of your IT, communications and entertainment (ICE) company. MaRS - Building Canada's next generation of global technology companies. marsdd.com
Brand licencing - my intellectual property on the international market
 
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How to use brand licencing as a new business model? Full house of creative entrepreneurs gathered on November 21st 2018 in Erinevate Tubade Klubi (Telliskivi, Tallinn) to learn about brand licencing and related trading from Nordic and Estonian experts and entrepreneurs. Seminar “Brand licencing – my intellectual property on the international market” was organised by the Nordic Council of Ministers´ office in Estonia, Creative Estonia and Creative Europe. Speakers included AGMA director Kati Uusi-Rauva, who outlined ways of finding agents and discussing the nature of brand-trading in general; Roleff Kråkström, the CEO behind the Moomins brand, who talked about the reasons behind the company’s massive success as a result of rebranding the characters; agent Heikki Laaninen from 5th Wave Brands Agency, who looked at the principles behind ‘tradable brand’ criteria; lawyer Pirjo Jha, who examined the legal aspects of entering into licensing agreements; and Dan Mikkin from the agency Brand Manual, who discussed on how to build up a successful brand. Ardo Reinsalu CEO of the Estonian electric bike Stigo shared the experience of how their brand was stolen.
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China and Intellectual Property Rights
 
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http://www.ProfitableTradingTips.com China and Intellectual Property Rights By www.ProfitableTradingTips.com The subject of China and intellectual property rights came up again in the news the other day. In trading stocks today it is tempting to invest in Chinese companies in an expanding market or in foreign companies doing business with China. The issue of China and intellectual property rights is important to understand in either case. As a case in point, Chinese authorities are investigating the collision of two trains in its high speed rail network. No foreign companies were allowed to bid on any part of the system. However, there are foreign parts used throughout. According to news reports Hitachi of Japan provided circuits to a Chinese company. Hitachi used a form of "black box" engineering in order to make it harder for the Chinese to reverse engineer the circuits. This is a common problem for companies dealing with China and intellectual property rights. The weakness of and often times absence of intellectual property right enforcement tends to keep many US, European, and Japanese companies from doing business with China. Boeing -- BA - has outsourced large parts of the construction of its game changing 787 jets, none to China. Years ago Fairmont Railway Motors (now part of Harsco) left essential details out of its specifications and did not even patent essential design details making it virtually impossible for Chinese buyers to reverse engineer their product, according to a company employee. In response to repeated questions the company merely suggested that the Chinese send the locomotive in question back to Fairmont, Minnesota for inspection. China obviously wants to develop its own technologies. It also wants to maintain a positive balance of payments. Its rail system was "fast tracked" in an effort to maintain a high level of employment in the face of the worldwide recession. All of these are understandable. China also is known for reverse engineering designs and then manufacturing its own products. The issue of China and intellectual property rights goes back at least to the 1930's when it purchased three state of the art, US designed electric generators. They used one, saved one, and took one apart. Subsequently they produced these generators for use throughout the country, never paying a cent for US based patent rights. For those interested in investing in Chinese companies the issue is often not one of property rights but one of transparency and competence. Technical analysis of stocks listed as American Depository Receipts can be as effective as trading any US stock. However, fundamental analysis of these stocks can be tricky. For example, there is no clear published report of precisely what happened in the Chinese high speed rail crash. Around the time of the crash the head of the railway ministry was fired on charges of corruption with no details supplied. Bits of news about the crash investigation include one company expressing "sorrow" and an official said to have died of a heart attack during interrogation. As China begins to export its higher technology it is matter of increasing concern for investors, as well as buyers, that, in the opinion of this author, property rights are not widely respected in China and that transparency is largely lacking. Dealing with China and intellectual property rights problems needs to be in the mind of anyone investing in or dealing with China. For more insights and useful information about trading stocks, options, futures or Forex, visit www.ProfitableTradingTips.com. https://youtu.be/4Q4gDeXFWMA
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Trade Secrets
 
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If you want to learn about Trade Secrets this video provides a brief, yet informative introduction on what Trade Secrets are, why you should protect them, how they can impact a business’s bottom line, and their importance as Intellectual Property. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2mEMvX0. The video was produced by the Global Intellectual Property Academy in conjunction with the Office of Policy and International Affairs Enforcement team.
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Calestous Juma intellectual property, trade & science-based approach to GMO regulations
 
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Professor Juma addresses the issues intellectual property, GMO research in Africa, trade and the need for science-based regulatory systems: There has been an argument that adopting genetically modified crops exposing developing countries to large corporations that have monopoly over the technologies themselves. And the response that has been proposed is to limit intellectual property protection. I would actually argue that developing countries need to do exactly the opposite, which is to build up institutions of intellectual property protection so they can be considered and seen as legitimate and serious partners that respect other people's ideas. And if they start to do that themselves, they will also start to give confidence to their own scientists, that if they develop their ideas, take for example African scientists that they can go in and conduct research and come up with new ideas which also will be respected by their own governments, but also by the international community. So the argument that we need to reduce and diminish and water down intellectual property rights that by doing that they might benefit developing is absolutely fallacious argument. We need to think about ways by which we can give incentives both to foreign companies that can have the confidence and the willingness to share their technologies, because they're not going to share their technologies unless their institutions that guarantee that property rights will be respected. : I think the best way to do that is to build up capacity in developing countries institutions so that governments in developing countries can engage their own scientists to be part of the regulatory debates. So that when you have scientists from particular country talking about the safety of those products, that will generate a certain level of trust that you cannot get if the information is being provided by scientists from outside that country. So in that respect, I think that working with developing country universities to build up their competence so that they become players in the field of biotechnology is the best way by which you can reassure the populations in those countries, that this product is not just safe but there is also interest to those countries because they would see their own scientists participating in it. What seems to have happened over the last 16 years, is that we now have 29 countries that commercially genetically modified crops. And this is not in significant countries, this is almost all the Americas or the major economies of the Americas. All of the major economies in Asia and we're starting to see interest in African countries. I think we are starting to see, really, the margins of a new block of countries that want to regulate new products using science, and we're likely to start seeing more trade among these countries. So my view is that in fact the debate on genetically modified is going to redefine global trade in those countries that trade produce a genetically modified crops are going to start trading among themselves because they share something in common, which is a science-based approach to regulation. And the second thing that we're starting to see already is Europe, which has been viewed by many, as the source of assistance to new biotechnologies is starting to shift it's approach and starting to invest in what it calls the bio-economy, which is to start thinking about addressing an ecological challenges by using modern technologies which include biotechnology. So in the next 5 to 10 years, in fact we're likely to see Europe come back to be an important player in the biotechnology debate, but it's going to be through the environmental window as the economic window in terms of looking at employment generation. And so my advice, particularly to emerging markets in developing countries that have been following policies that were formulated by Europe 15 to 20 years ago, need to look at what Europe is doing today because Europe is revising its position. And it would be unfortunate for Europe to revise its position and then leave developing countries with policies that are inconsistent with what everybody else is doing.
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IP Trading (Patents) - Patent commercialisation improves our quality of life
 
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SUPER: Intellectual Property Trading – Patents Host: It is quite common for designers to use multiple mannequins for the construction and fitting of garments for various sizes. With this invention, one mannequin fits all. But how best can we promote it in the community? Former Associate Head and Associate Professor of Institute of Textiles and Clothing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Dr Allan Chan Chee-kooi: Making use of available technology benefits and adds value to the design industry. By collaborating with the business sector on patent commercialisation, we can shorten the time required for the market release of i.Dummy. We transferred technology to the licensee in order to optimise i.Dummy’s product potential. At the same time, their market expertise helped us reach users and even tap into international markets. SUPER: i.Dummy - A Robotic Mannequin for Fashion Design and Fitting - Patented in Hong Kong and the Mainland China - Winner of international design and innovation awards Host: Patented inventions and technologies will benefit from intellectual property trading. Commercialisation of patents will open up new business opportunities, and improve our quality of life. SUPER: Patent commercialisation improves our quality of life www.ip.gov.hk Intellectual Property Department
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intellectual property law Cardiff
 
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Trademarks, design rights, copyright and intellectual property protection form a key component in a growing number of businesses. Greenaway Scott has in-depth knowledge of these areas and provides practical and pragmatic advice accordingly. In particular, businesses that hold patents integrated into their services and products will be aware of the risks of losing their unique selling point as a result of competitors copying or imitating their patented product/process. The team at Greenaway Scott is able to provide clients with peace of mind in respect of the protection of their Intellectual Property by ensuring the relevant agreements, including but not limited to confidentiality agreements, are entered into and that licence and other supply agreements include the requisite clauses protecting Intellectual Property. Brand identity and protection are other key areas to consider when growing and expanding your business. Greenaway Scott has extensive experience in assisting our clients to create strong trademark portfolios. Our clients receive regular updates from us on matters of legal significance that may be of benefit to their business. One recent example of this is the application of Patent Box legislation. Opting into the Patent Box scheme enables certain companies to apply a reduced rate of corporation tax, from 23% to 10%, on profits attributable to qualifying patented inventions. A company may benefit from the Patent Box scheme if it owns patents (or exclusively licenses patents) granted by the European Patent Office or the Intellectual Property Office. The team at Greenway Scott will ensure that all existing and future licence agreements relating to your patented inventions take full advantage of the reduced rate of corporation tax available under the Patent Box legislation. For more info visit: http://www.greenawayscott.com
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The Importance of Intellectual Property | Entrepreneurship (Chapter 12)
 
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The Importance of Intellectual Property | Entrepreneurship (Chapter 12). Subscribe this channel to get more knowledge,Slides,Lectures,Presentations etc. Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/c/GetKnowledge?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/g8knowledge Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/g8knowledge Instragram: https://www.instagram.com/knowledgeget Chapter Objectives: 1.Define the term “intellectual property” and describe its importance. 2.Specify the rules of thumb for determining whether a particular piece of intellectual property is worth the time and expense of protecting. 3.Discuss the four major forms of intellectual property – patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. 4.Describe the six-step process for obtaining a patent. 5.Identify the four types of trademarks. 6.Identify the types of material that are eligible for copyright protection. 7.Discuss the legal environment that facilitates trade secret protection. 8.Identify the most common types of trade secret disputes. 9.Describe some of the physical measures that firms take to protect their trade secrets. 10.Explain the two primary reasons for conducting an intellectual property audit.
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Australian Trade Mark Search for business
 
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Australian Trade Mark Search is a simpler and better way for you to check if your proposed trade mark is available to safeguard your business. Visit: http://search.ipaustralia.gov.au/ You can read the full transcript on our website: https://www.ipaustralia.gov.au/transcript-australian-trade-mark-search-launch-business
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Two Innovation Dragons: China and India
 
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SAN FRANCISCO, March 20, 2019 — While China has been caught in a trade war with the United States involving intellectual property and technology transfer, India has been making dramatic improvements to its own IP environment. What opportunities and lessons do China and India offer each other and the United States in high-tech, biotech, intellectual property, and other areas? Panelists Dr. Kirti Gupta of Qualcomm, Inc., Dr. Amit Kapoor of the India Council on Competitiveness, Hemal Shah of the Global Innovation Policy Center U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Dr. Kenneth Fong of Kenson Ventures, LLC., and Mark Cohen of the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology Asian IP Project discuss. (1 hr., 35 mins.)
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Woo China Business Conference 2019: Watch the Highlights
 
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It's not exactly business as usual between the U.S. and China. The trade war as well as trust issues encompassing intellectual property and FDI are eroding the world’s most valuable economic relationship. Here, a diverse group of experts dug deep for the benefit of all who attended.
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UK R&D Holding Companies Create Advantages for IP Developers
 
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UK R&D Holding Companies http://www.uhynews.com/patentbox New corporate structures are emerging to protect intellectual property assets such as "patent boxes" and dedicated R&D subsidiaries that are eligible for deferred tax treatment. From a US tax perspective, Ian, if a company can achieve a "patent box" foreign company to exploit their intellectual property, the benefit is really one of deferral. And we see a lot of companies with a lot of their earnings parked offshore because the US corporate tax rate 35% is higher than the rates in the countries where they're exploiting their technology. And so there's an incremental cost in bringing that back. So by trying to defer those earnings in an offshore location, those earnings are then able to be deployed for expansion into additional countries and into additional markets. And I think in this situation what we'll see, I suspect, is a lot more holding companies being established in the UK with subsidiaries dedicated to R&D. Now clearly, it depends on what the future plans for that R&D may be. I think you'll find that there will be a number of subsidiaries. They may well have clusters of R&D where the R&D is sold at some later date. And we have very very good tax legislation about the sale of these types of companies, because if they're within a UK trading group, sometimes these can be sold at no tax cost. So there will be a lot of planning around this but, as ever, it won't be that they're just part of the cash -- they'll use this money incrementally to develop new IP. I think you'll find that a lot of people will take this as maybe an opportunity to come away from the US permanently as far as R&D is concerned which, I'm sure, the American government would not want to do. So I think this is going to be a stimulus maybe to have a bit more change back in the US. uk tax rate corporation tax uk uk patents corporate tax rates corporation tax uk
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BIP Asia: The Business of IP in Hong Kong
 
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Intellectual property (IP) was the focus at a new Hong Kong event which attracted more than 700 businesses and professionals from around the world. The inaugural Business of Intellectual Property Asia Forum (BIP Asia) on 2 December 2011 is already earning praise for its focus on IP trade. BIP Asia website: http://www.bipasiaforum.com Related links: Inno Design Tech Expo: http://www.hktdc.com/innodesigntechexpo World SME Expo: http://www.hktdc.com/worldsmeexpo (15 November interview IP merchant Bank Ocean Tomo Chairman & CEO James Malackowski www.youtube.com/hktdc#p/a/u/0/08KfaHUd5sU
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Training: Strategy for the Protection of Patents and Trade Secrets in China - Italian
 
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Join the Italian Embassy to China, the Centro per il Trasferimento Tecnologico Italia Cina and the China IPR SME Helpdesk for this joint session which took place on November 14 2017. This training was hosted by Mr. Elio de Tullio titled "Strategy for the Protection of Patents and Trade Secrets in China, Starting from Italian and European rights" and is given in Italian.
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Acegene IP Services Private Ltd.
 
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Acegene IP Services is an intellectual property company in the field of I.P services in India. Acegene IP has a strong clients base in India and also offers high end quality services to companies, Universities, Research institutions, intellectual property Law firms , Individual patent attorneys across the globe.Acegene has a team of experienced patent Agents and Patent consultants who help you in giving affordable and reliable service yet ensuring quality of the work. In the realm of rapidly evolving technology domain, to remain ahead of your competitors our customised solutions and techniques help your clients to protect and create value for their innovation and brands. Since intellectual property is an important intangible asset of technologically driven companies and is a highly confidential matter we pursue your work by making proper N.D.A and strong service agreements so as to keep your data secure and confidential. Acegene IP Services is a Private Limited company registered under the Companies Act of India having registration number 40111 , and is regulated by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs of India. Acegene IP is an ISO 9001;2015 quality certified company.
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TechPats: Strategic IP Partners
 
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TechPats is a patent consulting firm that forms strategic partnerships with their clients, empowering their client companies to grow their businesses, protect their intellectual property assets, and strategically position themselves for the future. Our intellectual property consulting focuses on three major areas of work: Portfolio Development And Management Patent Monetization IP Litigation Support Across these main disciplines, TechPats offers deep, comprehensive IP services that help you realize, monetize and protect your patents. With more than 16 years of experience in the patents industry and offices in Doylestown, PA, San Francisco, Ottawa and Tokyo, TechPats is positioned as one of the most experienced and established firms in the industry, serving you with expert patent claims analysis, patent licensing and IP litigation support.
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“Our $5000 Investment Turned Into a $70 Million Film”: Imagination Park Entertainment Inc. (CSE:IP)
 
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At the recent Toronto Capital Conference, SmallCapPower spoke with Colin Wiebe, Chairman, and Gabriel Napora, CEO, of Imagination Park Entertainment Inc., a CSE-listed production company that packages intellectual property to sell to major Hollywood studios. A non-traditional production company, IP believes the true value in film is in owning and controlling intellectual property (hence the trading symbol!). In this interview, Mr. Wiebe and Mr. Napora explain the rationale behind their unique business model and give their take on why the major film studios have to look at original content creation much more seriously. They also give us an example of a project where they turned a $5,000 investment into a $70 million film, netting them incredible profits.
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Trade Secrets and Undisclosed Information  short clip
 
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BOOK REVIEW TRADE SECRETS AND UNDISCLOSED INFORMATION Edited by Sharon K Sandeen and Elizabeth A Rowe CRITICAL CONCEPTS IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd ISBN: 978 1 78347 296 3 www.e-elgar.com COMPELLING RESEARCH ON AN INCREASINGLY IMPORTANT AREA OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Are you habouring any trade secrets or information? This is obviously an intellectual property issue and if you, or your clients have concerns in this area of law, take a look at the titles in this important series from Edward Elgar Publishing denoted as ‘Critical Concepts in Intellectual Property Law’ under the editorship of Robert P. Merges of the University of California at Berkeley. This particular book, ‘Trade Secrets and Undisclosed Information’ is the latest title in the series. Edited by Sharon K. Sandeen and Elizabeth A. Rowe, it brings together eighteen research papers focusing on trade secret law, an area which is often overlooked; not necessarily a happy state of affairs for corporate clients. ‘Ask any company to identify its most valuable intellectual property rights,’ say the editors, ‘and it is likely to list trade secrets at or near the top.’ It is significant and noteworthy then, that Sandeen has labelled this area of law a ‘Cinderella’ subject; ‘the forgotten step-child of intellectual property scholarship.’ The orientation of the book and the articles it contains is American, but all the more interesting and relevant for that. In a quote from an article entitled ‘Poaching Patents’ in one of the book’s footnotes, the assertion is made, quite rightly that ‘in today’s economy, skills and knowledge are becoming the only sources of a sustainable, long-term competitive advantage in the corporate world.’ The breadth and depth of the research in this volume is both impressive and enlightening. The articles themselves are grouped into five sections beginning with an examination of the development and scope of trade secrets (which imparts a fascinating historical perspective) to the final section on international and criminal enforcement of trade secrets rights, which, for example, deals with such issues as the TRIPS Agreement and the legal sanctions against computer hacking to obtain trade secrets. Overlooked though it may often be, the subject of trade secrets and protected information is vast and so is the range of arguments, theories, substantiations and justifications pertaining to it, many of which emerge in this important book. The subject is examined in a number of contexts, including employment, government and the internet. Note, for instance, the article from the Stanford Law Review on ‘The Surprising Virtues of Treating Trade Secrets as IP Rights’ -- and the next article on ‘Why We Have Trade Secrets.’ This is a book which offers much food for thought – and even more ammunition for argument and debate among academics, students and IP practitioners – particularly international lawyers. For serious IP professionals and researchers, this book is an important acquisition. The publication date is cited as 2014.
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International Trade Marks
 
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There is no such thing as an international trademark. Trademarks are territorial, meaning you need to register in each country in which you intend to trade. Trademarks give you rights in the country or territory where you register. For companies trading in UK or Europe, the first step will be to apply for a UK or EU trademark. Those businesses that purely trade in this country will just want to register a UK trademark. For example if you run a restaurant and have no intention of franchising your business in other countries, the UK is the only country that is relevant to you. YOUTUBE DESCRIPTION Shireen Smith's Website: https://www.shireensmith.com/ ===== FOLLOW SHIREEN SMITH ===== https://twitter.com/shireensmith https://www.linkedin.com/in/shireensmith https://www.instagram.com/shireensmith https://plus.google.com/+ShireenSmith https://www.facebook.com/shireensmithbrands Find all information about Legally Branded Academy course at: https://www.shireensmithazi.com About Shireen Smith: Shireen Smith is a lawyer and founder of a successful law firm, Azrights. She is a bestselling author on Amazon of two books on intellectual property Legally Branded and Intellectual Property Revolution. She is also a trained journalist. As well as advising top blue chip companies like Reuters Shireen has supported hundreds of SMEs to protect their intellectual property when launching, growing and exiting their businesses. She brings the wealth of insights this background has provided her with to her training courses. #intellectualproperty #internationaltm #trademarks
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Trade Made Simple: Section 301 Investigation and China
 
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Want to learn more about the latest US investigation made by the Trump administration? Watch our latest installment of "Trade Made Simple" and hear George Weise, Senior Advisor at Integration Point, briefly discuss the allegations that China violated US intellectual property rights and forced technology transfers from US companies. Follow our Global Trade News blog to stay current with industry news: https://blogs.integrationpoint.com/en-us/globaltradenews.html
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Trade Prep
 
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The Commish is considering picking up a player. But for Peyton Manning, that’s no simple process. Head to thecommissioner.com for more on The Commish. CONNECT WITH US Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/directv Twitter: http://twitter.com/directv Instagram: http://instagram.com/directv Vine: https://vine.co/DIRECTV Snapchat: directv ABOUT DIRECTV DIRECTV is one of the world's leading providers of digital television entertainment services delivering a premium video experience through state-of-the-art technology, unmatched programming, and industry leading customer service to more than 37 million customers in the U.S. and Latin America. DIRECTV offers more than 190 full-time HD channels1 in Dolby-Digital® 5.1 theater-quality sound, access to exclusive programming, and the most comprehensive collection of sports programming available anywhere, including NFL SUNDAY TICKET, NHL® CENTER ICE®, and NBA LEAGUE PASS.2 We deliver the best in video entertainment to homes, airports, hotels, restaurants, hospitals, office buildings, airplanes, automobiles, and mobile devices. DIRECTV is also the exclusive home of AUDIENCE™, a unique television experience with original series like the acclaimed ROGUE and Kingdom, sports talk shows, exclusive concerts and more. Customers can stream AUDIENCE™ live or watch shows On Demand on any device. DIRECTV offers the technology to experience your favorite content like never before. We're your one-stop shop for all the entertainment you want, whenever and wherever you want it. It doesn't matter how many TVs you have in your home. With Genie, the world's most advanced HD DVR, you and your family can enjoy a full HD DVR experience on every one of them, from a single HD DVR. Our employees live and breathe technology, with many of them focused on operating our broadcast centers, monitoring our satellites in space, and building cutting-edge hardware and software applications. DIRECTV is #1 in customer satisfaction over all cable and satellite providers.4 That's according to the 2014 American Customer Satisfaction Index. In fact we’ve ranked higher than cable for 14 years in a row.4 We are passionate about earning customer loyalty by providing the best Customer Experience. Whether you call 1-800-DIRECTV, receive a visit from one of our installers or manage your account online at directv.com, our employees are working their hardest to provide you with the highest levels of service. ©2016 AT&T Intellectual Property. All Rights Reserved. AT&T, Globe logo, DIRECTV, and all other DIRECTV marks contained herein are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property and/or AT&T affiliated companies. All other marks are the property of their respective owners.
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Gerard Pannekoek, IPXI - The Battle for Intellectual Property
 
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"This is just the mobile phone business...Look who is suing whom, only over patents." Gerard Pannekoek of IPXI gives a thorough explanation of intellectual property and the potential of its impact on the marketplace. Pannekoek defines intellectual property as "creations of the mind". He believes that intellectual property should be an asset class. While the growth of intellectual property seems promising, companies have been battling in courts over patent lawsuits. Patent negotiations are currently done between individual parties only. Combined with a lack of information on intellectual property, this has created a battleground for companies looking to acquire more patents each day.
Protection of IP at Trade Fairs
 
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This video discusses how to protect your intellectual property rights (IPR) at trade fairs in China, including the registration and enforcement mechanisms in place. For more info, visit: http://www.stopfakes.gov/china-ipr-webinar/protection-ip-trade-fairs October 11, 2011