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  Intellectual Property Guide: Overview
The rise of the global information infrastructure and recognition that the 'property of the mind' is a major driver of national economies and culture has led many to question the nature and viability of copyright and other forms of intellectual property such as trademarks.
Intellectual property concerns the 'property of the mind', property that can be embodied in a physical entity (whether a multimillion dollar painting or a kid's scribble) but is distinct from that entity and can, for example, be traded separately.
Intellectual property law struggles with content that isn't fixed, for example oral traditions of some indigenous groups that have not been recorded and indeed have not been conveyed outside the clan.
www.caslon.com.au /ipguide.htm   (1295 words)

  
  Intellectual property - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Intellectual property laws confer a bundle of exclusive rights in relation to the particular form or manner in which ideas or information are expressed or manifested, and not in relation to the ideas or concepts themselves (see idea-expression divide).
The basic public policy rationale for the protection of intellectual property is that IP laws facilitate and encourage the pursuit and disclosure of innovation into the public domain for the common good, by granting authors and inventors exclusive rights to exploit their works and invention for a limited period.
The exclusive rights granted by intellectual property laws are generally negative in nature, and therefore only grant the holder of IP the ability to exclude third parties from infringing on their monopoly.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Intellectual_property   (5942 words)

  
 Intellectual Property
Intellectual property is created by individuals, or by groups of individuals, who are entitled to choose the course of disclosure; academic freedom of individuals is a higher priority than possible financial rewards.
If the intellectual property is created solely by a student or students, the creator is exempt from the obligation to pay to the university a fraction of his net proceeds, but not from the provision of this paragraph for a non-exclusive license to the university.
Intellectual property that is already developed or under development at the time that an amendment to the policy is ratified will not be bound by the terms of the amendment without the voluntary written consent of both the creator and the university.
www.cmu.edu /policies/documents/IntellProp.html   (4076 words)

  
 Intellectual Property
Intellectual property includes, but is not limited to, individual or multimedia works of art or music, records of confidential information generated or maintained by the University, data, texts, instructional materials, tests, bibliographies, research findings, organisms, cells, viruses, DNA sequences, other biological materials, probes, crystallographic coordinates, plant lines, chemical compounds, and theses.
For intellectual property created in the course of or pursuant to sponsored research, external sales, industrial affiliates programs, or other contractual arrangements with external (non-University) parties, ownership will be determined in accordance with the terms of the University's agreement with the external party and applicable law.
If the University receives income from intellectual property disclosed to and licensed or otherwise transferred by the University's technology transfer unit and not covered by subdivisions 1 and 2, it may be appropriate to share some portion of the net income with the creator in the form of a bonus or other temporary salary supplement.
www1.umn.edu /regents/policies/academic/IntellectualProperty.html   (1093 words)

  
 Intellectual Property   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The primary purpose of this intellectual property policy is to provide the necessary protections and incentives to encourage both the discovery and development of new knowledge and its transfer for the public benefit; a secondary purpose is to guide the generation of revenue for the University and the creators.
Intellectual property includes that which is protectable by statute or legislation, such as patents, copyrights, trademarks, service marks, trade secrets, mask works, and plant variety protection certificates.
University Abandons Intellectual Property: Should the University decide to abandon development or protection of university-owned intellectual property, ownership may be assigned to the creator(s) as allowed by law subject to the rights of sponsors and to the retention of a license to practice for university purposes.
www.policy.ilstu.edu /policydocs/intellectual_property.htm   (3099 words)

  
 Against intellectual property
The idea of intellectual property has a number of connections with the concept of the marketplace of ideas, a metaphor that is widely used in discussions of free speech.
Intellectual property is supported by many powerful groups: the most powerful governments and the largest corporations.
Intellectual property is theft, sometimes in part from an individual creator but always from society as a whole.
deoxy.org /aip.htm   (8706 words)

  
 Program in Intellectual Property - University of Connecticut School of Law
Participants in the Intellectual Property Program will be exposed to a broad curriculum of courses-from classes on copyright, trademark, and patent law to specialized seminars, including those in art law, cyberlaw, and European Union intellectual property law.
The faculty of the Intellectual Property Program at Connecticut is committed to a full understanding of the convergences of intellectual property law, combining practice-directed material with public policy concerns, and a strong grounding in the philosophical arguments underlying our legal regimes.
Since intellectual property is such a dynamic, rapidly changing area of law, many of the cases and statutes discussed in classes are of a quite recent vintage.
www.law.uconn.edu /academics/ip   (796 words)

  
 Intellectual Property - Guide to Intellectual Property Law
ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law is the largest intellectual property organization in the world and the oldest substantive Section of the ABA.
In law, intellectual property (IP) is an umbrella term for various legal entitlements which attach to certain types of information, ideas, or other intangibles in their expressed form.
Intellectual Property Owners Association supports member interests relating to legislative and international issues; provides news and educational services and networking opportunities for members; and disseminates information to the public on the importance of intellectual property rights.
www.hg.org /intell.html   (1105 words)

  
 Category:Intellectual property - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The main article for this category is Intellectual property.
Intellectual property is included in JEL classification codes:
Intellectual property in the People's Republic of China
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Category:Intellectual_property   (130 words)

  
 Intellectual Property
The intent of the Intellectual Property Policy 1-0202 is to provide a mechanism for bringing University Intellectual Property into the public realm and to promote utilization of such property for the public benefit.
Intellectual Property that is conceived or reduced to practice during the performance of research or other scholarly activity that is funded in whole or in part by the federal government shall, in addition to the provisions of this Policy, be subject to any and all applicable federal laws and/or regulations governing said intellectual property.
The intellectual property proposed to be licensed is, however, property of the University and the public's interest therein requires that prudence and reasonable economic practices be undertaken to minimize the risks involved.
home.okstate.edu /policy.nsf/8dcae8236e8e12b5862562c200782b3d/7aabb4d5447d9c0e862562d8006190f8?OpenDocument   (2924 words)

  
 Intellectual Property (IP)
Intellectual Property (IP) - Intellectual Property Protection - Protecting Intellectual Property: Our Intellectual Property experts are able to help manage and minimize the exposure from intellectual property liabilities and to protect intellectual property value.
In today's knowledge-based economy, intellectual property is increasingly recognized and reflected in an organization's valuation of assets, creating a significant balance sheet exposure.
Aon's intellectual property team works with many different kinds of company, ranging from small independent software developers to multinational electronic companies and global pharmaceutical giants.
www.aon.com /risk_management/intellectual_property/default.jsp   (216 words)

  
 Intellectual Property Policy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Ownership of Intellectual Property developed as a result of assigned institutional effort shall reside with the Medical College of Georgia, however, sharing of royalty income with the inventor or creator is authorized as an incentive to encourage further development of Intellectual Property.
Intellectual property activities shall be under the general cognizance of a Medical College of Georgia Intellectual Property Committee.
The disposition of Intellectual Property shall fall into one of three categories: (1) approval for appropriate Intellectual Property protection by the Medical College of Georgia, (2) rejection and releasing of rights in the Intellectual Property to the inventor/author or (3) determination that the Medical College of Georgia has no rights in the Intellectual property.
www.mcg.edu /Research/policy/intpol.html   (1652 words)

  
 Biopharmaceutical legal & Intellectual property glossary
Molecular biology and intellectual property has already presented the patent system with new categories of patentable material, for which case law - which of necessity looks to the past for guidance - cannot always be expected to provide adequate guidance.
The protection of intellectual property has been one of the most challenging issues in the recent proliferation of university- industry- government partnerships - largely because costs and benefits associated with protection of intellectual property are distributed unevenly among different sectors.
WIPO is responsible for the promotion of the protection of intellectual property throughout the world and for the administration of various multilateral treaties dealing with the legal and administrative aspects of intellectual property.
www.genomicglossaries.com /content/intellectual_property.asp   (3898 words)

  
 Open Directory - Society: Issues: Intellectual Property   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Intellectual Property at the National Academies - A guide to the Academies' documents and publications on Intellectual Property and a forum to discuss ongoing work.
Intellectual Property Compensation Via Tipping - Article that proposes (with case studies) that tipping may be a viable compensation model for intellectual property (such as music and books).
It is hoped that a network of interested people can come together to begin discussing a future for intellectual property law which balances the needs of people with the needs of intellectual property owners.
dmoz.org /Society/Issues/Intellectual_Property   (741 words)

  
 BIO | Intellectual Property
Intellectual property protection is the key factor for economic growth and advancement in the biotechnology sector.
For over 200 years the carefully crafted intellectual property laws have been the driving force for innovation and progress in the United States.
Strong intellectual property protection is essential to the success, and in some instances to the survival, of the over 1,200 biotechnology companies in this country.
www.bio.org /ip   (404 words)

  
 Against Intellectual Property
These examples show that intellectual property has become a means for exerting power in ways quite divorced from its original aim - promoting the creation and use of new ideas.
Most of the problems that are imagined to occur if there is no intellectual property - such as the exploitation of a small publisher that renounces copyright - are due to economic arrangements that maintain inequality.
From the point of view of intellectual property, this is called "piracy." (This is a revealing term, considering that such language is seldom used when, for example, a boss takes credit for a subordinate's work or when a Third World intellectual is recruited to a First World position.
danny.oz.au /free-software/advocacy/against_IP.html   (8441 words)

  
 Intellectual Property
This approach allows students either to aim at a generalist education in intellectual property law and policy, or to concentrate on a specific area, such as biotech patents, or media and entertainment law.
The second defining quality of Duke's approach to intellectual property is that it goes beyond the merely technical or technocratic.
In an information society, intellectual property law presents fundamental questions of politics and policy; what is the correct balance between the public domain and intellectual property, or between intellectual property rights and free speech?
www.law.duke.edu /ip   (272 words)

  
 WIPO - World Intellectual Property Organization
Executive Program on Strategic Intellectual Property Finance - November 12 to 15, WIPO Academy, Geneva.
Symposium on Intellectual Property and Life Sciences Regulation November 16, Geneva.
Jamaican artist Shaggy will be among speakers at the WIPO International Conference on Intellectual Property and the Creative Industries.
www.wipo.int   (302 words)

  
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But in a world where piracy and counterfeiting are rampant and the temptation to violate IP rights is strong, you can never rest easy.
Our Global Intellectual Property practice includes more than 300 lawyers that can help you identify, manage and protect your IP assets -- or acquire those that provide a greater return.
We can tell you whether your property can be protected and what you have to do to protect it.
www.bakernet.com /BakerNet/Practice/Intellectual+Property/default.htm   (346 words)

  
 IELRC.ORG - Intellectual Property   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The strengthening of the intellectual property rights regime, in particular through the adoption of the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) is the subject of intense scrutiny and debates in most countries of the world.
By providing for minimum levels of protection of intellectual property rights generally based on average OECD levels of protection, TRIPS constitutes a significant challenge to a number of developing countries which have to make significant changes to their legislations to be in compliance.
It includes a major focus on the impacts of the introduction of intellectual property rights in agriculture in particular through patents and plant breeders' rights to foster the development agro-biotechnology.
www.ielrc.org /research_intellectual_property.php   (879 words)

  
 Intellectual Property on the Web | Managing the Digital Enterprise | Professor Michael Rappa
Too many consumers unaware or confused by expansive license agreements, or willing to dismiss them as overly restrictive or unfair, approach the Internet with the erroneous belief that every item they encounter is in the public domain.
The applicability of copyright and patent law to software, the patentability of business methods, and the unregulated use of trademarks in paid placement search advertising are also major points of contention.
The term of a new patent is 20 years from the date on which the application for the patent was filed in the United States or, in special cases, from the date an earlier related application was filed, subject to the payment of maintenance fees.
digitalenterprise.org /ip/ip.html   (881 words)

  
 Corporate Counsel Center - Intellectual Property   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
American Intellectual Property Law Association National bar association of lawyers in the practice of patent, trademark, copyright and unfair competition law, as well as other fields of law affecting intellectual property.
Intellectual Property Owners Association Association includes companies, universities, inventors, authors, executives and attorneys.
National Council of Intellectual Property Associations Non-profit organization of local, regional and national intellectual property law associations.
corporate.findlaw.com /industry/intellectual   (624 words)

  
 WTO | Intellectual property (TRIPS) - gateway
Information on intellectual property in the WTO, news and official records of the activities of the TRIPS Council, and details of the WTO’s work with other international organizations in the field:
Intellectual property rights and the TRIPS Agreement back to top
Intellectual property rights are the rights given to people over the creations of their minds.
www.wto.org /english/tratop_e/trips_e/trips_e.htm   (793 words)

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