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Book review: Intellectual Property Excesses

The IPKat

This is a review of Intellectual Property Excesses: Exploring the Boundaries of IP Protection , edited by Enrico Bonadio (City University London) and Aislinn O’Connell (Royal Holloway University of London). As the editors explain, “this book is not against IP, it is instead a call for change and an attempt to save IP.”

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Types of Intellectual Property Contracts


Intellectual property rights may be established, protected, or granted to another party by contracts or agreements. In today’s business landscape, the significance of intellectual property (IP) assets is on the rise and is becoming increasingly crucial in various sectors.


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Nonprofits’ Use of Artificial Intelligence Systems: Intellectual Property and Data Privacy Concerns

JD Supra Law

As nonprofit executives, you may be wondering how AI intersects with intellectual property and data privacy law, and how it could affect your organization. To be sure, AI provides a powerful tool to nonprofits in creating content and exploiting for countless cost-effective purposes. By: Farella Braun + Martel LLP

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CCC Celebrates World Intellectual Property Day 2023

Velocity of Content

The theme of this year’s World Intellectual Property Day, “ Women and IP: Accelerating Innovation and Creativity,” provides an opportunity for all of us to reflect on the importance of these women creators and the challenges that still exist. Studies based on U.S.

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Arbitrability Of Intellectual Property Disputes

IP and Legal Filings

Introduction The rights which are granted to the people for their creative work are known as intellectual property rights. Patents, trademarks, geographical indications, industrial designs, layout-designs of integrated circuits, plant variety protection, and copyright are all examples of intellectual property.

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Waiver Of Intellectual Property Protections For COVID-19 Vaccine Unlikely To Have Meaningful Impact In Short Term

Intellectual Property Law Blog

On Wednesday, May 7, 2021, the United States officially endorsed waiving intellectual property protections for COVID-19 vaccines. Whereas some other countries appear to oppose the waiver ( e.g., Germany), warning that intellectual property rights must remain protected. FOOTNOTES. [1]

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Intellectual Property Assignments from Software Developers: Key Provisions in France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and United States

JD Supra Law

Securing an assignment of all intellectual property (IP) rights from contractors involved in the development of software is essential to ensure that a company owns all rights and has full control over its proprietary software.