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Author: Harold J. Dupuy
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: intellectual, index, development, differential, sis, children, years, youths, status, socio, indexes, utility, achievement, construction, three
Number of Pages: 34
Published: 1977
ISBN-10: 0840601069
ISBN-13: 9780840601063
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Author: Darrell Addison Posey
Publisher: IDRC
Keywords: peoples, local, communities, indigenous, rights, property, traditional, resource, intellectual
Number of Pages: 324
Published: 1996
ISBN-10: 088936799X
ISBN-13: 9780889367999

For indigenous peoples' groups, activists and policymakers in intellectual property, and all those concerned with the preservation of our planet's biological and cultural diversity, Beyond Intellectual Property provides an invaluable and eye-opening look into one of the most provocative and explosive issues of this century and likely the next: the patenting of life.
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Author: Loren Yager
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: could, enhancements, improve, future, plans, legislation, recent, property, agencies, progress, implementing, intellectual
Number of Pages: 41
Published: 2011-01
ISBN-10: 1437941192
ISBN-13: 9781437941197

This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. Intellectual property (IP) plays a significant role in the U.S. economy. Enforcing IP laws involves many U.S. agencies, making coordination essential. Under the Prioritizing Resources and Organization for Intellectual Property Act of 2008 (PRO-IP Act), Congress required the U.S. Attorney General, through the Department of Justice (DoJ), to devote additional resources and undertake other specific IP efforts. The PRO-IP Act also created the position of the Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator (IPEC) to enhance interagency
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Author: John R. Thomas
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: innovation, competition, issues, designs, property, industrial, intellectual
Number of Pages: 21
Published: 2011-01
ISBN-10: 1437928188
ISBN-13: 9781437928181

This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. Under current intellectual property laws, industrial designs (ID) may potentially be protected through design patents, trade dress, and copyright. In addition, the Vessel Hull Design Protection Actestablished a specialized, or sui generis, intellectual property right for the protection of boat hull designs. Some experts argue that the present intellectual property regime does not adequately protect ID. Contents of this report: (1) ID and Intellectual Property: Copyright; Trade Dress; Design Patents; Vessel Hull Design Protection;
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Author: Carsten Fink
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Keywords: economic, research, recent, lessons, property, development, intellectual
Number of Pages: 360
Published: 2005
ISBN-10: 0821357727
ISBN-13: 9780821357729

International policies towards protecting intellectual property rights have seen profound changes over the past two decades. Rules on how to protect patents, copyright, trademarks and other forms of intellectual property have become a standard component of international trade agreements. Most significantly, during the Uruguay Round of multilateral trade negotiations (1986-94), members of what is today the World Trade Organization (WTO) concluded the Agreement on Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), which sets out minimum standards of protection that most of the worlds economies
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Author: Office Of The Under Secretary Of Defense For Acqui
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: commercial, property, intellectual, negotiating, companies, solutions, waters, navigating, issues
Number of Pages: 106
Published: 2001
ISBN-10: 1428980776
ISBN-13: 9781428980778
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Author: Victoria A. Espinel (au)
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: intellectual, enforcement, property, coordinator, annual, report
Number of Pages: 92
Published: 2011-06-01
ISBN-10: 1437981372
ISBN-13: 9781437981377

In 2010 the inaugural U.S. Joint Strategic Plan on Intellectual Property Enforcement (Strategy) was issued. It was developed as a result of public input and the efforts of Fed. agencies. The Strategy included 33 action items to improve intellectual property enforcement, falling into six categories. This report shows how the U.S. Gov't. has implemented the action items and taken steps to improve enforcement, in order to grow the U.S. economy; create jobs and support U.S. exports; promote innovation and the security of America's comparative advantage in the global economy; protect consumer trust
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