Tag: Intellectual Property

The IP Dilemma in Un-Authorized use of Video Games

E-sport is considered as one of the most revolutionary introduction to sports in recent history. It’s not just a different set of rules, but also an amalgamation of the elements of skill and strategy of the physical world and technology’s virtual reality. A video game essentially has a bundle of intellectual property rights and contractual … Continue reading The IP Dilemma in Un-Authorized use of Video Games

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Value Estimation of Intellectual Property: Techniques, Methods and Parameters

Introduction The concept of Intellectual Property (IP) has not evolved over a decade rather, the origins of Intellectual Property can be traced back to the year 1623 when the British Law: Statute of Monopolies came into existence. Since then, the concept of Intellectual Property has grown significantly. The protection of ideas and inventions generated by … Continue reading Value Estimation of Intellectual Property: Techniques, Methods and Parameters

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Intellectual Property (IP) Licensing Laws In Thailand

The word Intellectual Property (IP) signifies the creations of the human mind. For instance, literary and artistic works; inventions; designs; symbols, names and images used in commercial ventures. Even though, Intellectual Property is an extremely powerful tool for economic development and wealth creation, it is not yet being used to its maximum potential in all … Continue reading Intellectual Property (IP) Licensing Laws In Thailand

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Character Merchandising, Through Trademark Licensing

Character merchandising promotes a character, fictional or real, through portraying its essential personality features, such as its appearance, sound, image or name by way of various goods or services. Merchandising is regarded as lawful when it is exploited either by the owner himself or through operation of law or by way of an assignment or … Continue reading Character Merchandising, Through Trademark Licensing

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Intellectual Property And 3D Printing

INTRODUCTION TO 3D PRINTING The process of additive manufacturing/3D printing refers to the building of material, typically layer by layer. The uses of this technology vary from utilitarian purposes to aesthetic and hybrid purposes. In light of the future uses of 3D printing where it may be used for innovation, manufacturing, household purposes, there are … Continue reading Intellectual Property And 3D Printing

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Arbitrations Relating to Intellectual Property Rights: The Singapore Regime

Through this article, we will shed light upon settlement of IPR related disputes through arbitration under the Singapore legal regime, by peeking into Part IXA of the Singapore Arbitration Act and Part IIA of the International Arbitration Act, introduced by way of Intellectual Property (Dispute Resolution) Act 2019. The resolution of IPR disputes through arbitration, … Continue reading Arbitrations Relating to Intellectual Property Rights: The Singapore Regime

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All You Need to Know About Patent Licensing

What is a patent? An exclusive right granted for an invention, which is either a product or a process, and offers a new way of doing a work or provides with a new technical solution to an existing problem, is called a patent.[i] What is called Patent Licensing? Patent Licensing is an act of or … Continue reading All You Need to Know About Patent Licensing

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Registering Designs in Singapore

An Industrial design is one of the types of Intellectual Property where intellectual property is used to refer to the creations of the mind. It can be an invention, literary or artistic work, symbols, names or images as well. Since it is a property, just like in case of property ownership, ownership of the right … Continue reading Registering Designs in Singapore

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Impact of Employment Agreements on Patents in Indonesia

Just like the owner of a real estate property controls the rights to how the property is to be used and maintained, intellectual property grants the owner of it certain protection and rights. Intellectual property can be anything that refers to the creations of the mind. Patent is a type of intellectual property which provides … Continue reading Impact of Employment Agreements on Patents in Indonesia

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Copyright Registration in Malaysia

Intellectual Property is a type of property that broadly speaking consists of creations of the mind. Briefly intellectual property can be further sub classified into patents, copyrights, trademarks, industrial designs and Geographical indications. Each of these categories refers to different sets of protection or rights that can be granted towards respective intellectual creations. These rights … Continue reading Copyright Registration in Malaysia

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