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What is Intellectual Property? - World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)

 

    "Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind, such as inventions;

    literary and artistic works; designs; and symbols, names and images used in commerce.

 

    IP is protected in law by, for example, patents, copyright and trademarks, which enable

    people to earn recognition or financial benefit from what they invent or create.

    By striking the right balance between the interests of innovators and the wider public

    interest, the IP system aims to foster an environment in which creativity and innovation

    can flourish."

 

http://www.wipo.int/about-ip/en/

   

Intellectual property From Wikipedia

 

    "Intellectual property (IP) is a legal term that refers to creations of the mind.

    Examples of intellectual property include music, literature, and other artistic works;

    discoveries and inventions words, phrases, symbols, and designs. Under intellectual

    property laws, owners of intellectual property are granted certain exclusive rights.

    Some common types of intellectual property rights (IPR) are copyright, patents, and

    industrial design rights; and the rights that protect trademarks, trade dress, and in

    some jurisdictions trade secrets. Intellectual property rights are themselves a form

    of property, called intangible property.

 

    Although many of the legal principles governing IP and IPR have evolved over  

    centuries, it was not until the 19th century that the term intellectual property began  

    to be used, and not until the late 20th century that it became commonplace in the

    majority of the world.[1] The Statute of Monopolies (1624) and the British Statute of

    Anne (1710) are now seen as the origins of patent law and copyright respectively,[2]

    firmly establishing the concept of intellectual property."

 

    Contents

 

    1 History

    2 Intellectual property rights

    2.1 Patents

    2.2 Copyright

    2.3 Industrial design rights

    2.4 Trademarks

    2.5 Trade dress

    2.6 Trade secrets

    3 Objectives of intellectual property law

    3.1 Financial incentive

    3.2 Economic growth

    3.3 Morality

    4 Infringement, misappropriation, and enforcement

    4.1 Patent infringement

    4.2 Copyright infringement

    4.3 Trademark infringement

    4.4 Trade secret misappropriation

    5 Criticisms

    5.1 The term "intellectual property"

    5.1.1 Alternative terms

    5.2 Objections to overbroad intellectual property laws

    5.3 Expansion in nature and scope of intellectual property laws

    6 See also

    7 Notes

    8 References

    9 External links

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intellectual_property

   

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What is Intellectual Property FROM WIPO

 

http://www.wipo.int/edocs/pubdocs/en/intproperty/450/wipo_pub_450.pdf

   

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UNDERSTANDING COPYRIGHT AND RELATED RIGHTS FROM WIPO

 

http://www.wipo.int/edocs/pubdocs/en/intproperty/909/wipo_pub_909.pdf

   

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UNDERSTANDING INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY FROM WIPO

 

http://www.wipo.int/edocs/pubdocs/en/intproperty/895/wipo_pub_895.pdf

   

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BOOK: The Making of Modern Intellectual Property Law:

The British Experience, 1760-1911

 

    The Making of Modern Intellectual Property Law:

    The British Experience, 1760-1911

    Cambridge studies in intellectual property rights

    Authors Brad Sherman, Lionel Bently

    Edition reprint

    Publisher Cambridge University Press, 1999

    Length 242 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/qfyvckd

   

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WIPO Intellectual Property Handbook: Policy, Law and Use

 

    WIPO Intellectual Property Handbook: Policy, Law and Use

 

    Download by section

 

    Foreword PDF, WIPO Intellectual Property Handbook,

    Foreword

    Table of Contents PDF, Table of Contents

    Chapter 1 - Introduction PDF, Chapter 1 (Introduction)

    Chapter 2 - Fields of IP Protection PDF, Chapter 2

    (Fields of Intellectual Property Protection)

    Chapter 3 - The Role of IP in Development and WIPO's

    Development Cooperation Program PDF,

    Chapter 3 (The  Role of IP in Development and WIPO's

    Development Cooperation Program)

    Chapter 4 - Enforcement of IP Rights PDF,

     Chapter 4 (Enforcement of IP Rights)

    Chapter 5 - International Treaties and Conventions on IP PDF,

    Chapter 5 (International Treaties and Conventions on IP)

    Chapter 6 - Administration and Teaching of IP PDF,  

    Chapter 6 (Administration and Teaching of IP)

    Chapter 7 - Technological and Legal Developments in IP PDF,

    Chapter 7 (Technological and Legal Developments in IP)

    Bibliography PDF, Bibliography

    Annex PDF, Annex

 

http://www.wipo.int/about-ip/en/

   

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Intellectual Property FROM Wex Legal Dictionary

FROM Legal Information Institute

OF Cornell University Law School

 

https://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/intellectual_property

   

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Fair Use and Intellectual Property: Defending the Balance

FROM The Electronic Frontiers Foundation

"After decades of ever more draconian statutes and

judicial decisions, our intellectual property system has

veered far away from its original purpose. Too often,

our nation’s deeply held-commitments to promoting

free speech and innovation seem to go out the window

as soon as someone cries “infringement.” An unproven

allegation that your video or blog post infringes copyright,

or that your domain name infringes someone’s trademark,

can be enough to shut down perfectly lawful speech.

A bogus lawsuit based on an obscure patent can be

enough to kill your promising and innovative startup.

 

It doesn’t have to be this way. Ideally, intellectual property law—

generally, copyright, patent, and trademark—

is supposed to embody a balanced incentive system."

 

https://www.eff.org/issues/intellectual-property

   

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How the Current Intellectual Property Landscape Impacts

Open Source FROM Open Source.com

 

   "Meet Doug Kim. He's a computer engineer-turned-lawyer

who chairs the Intellectual Property Practice Group at McNair

Law Firm in Columbia, South Carolina. Doug's practice includes

patent preparation and prosecution, trademark, service mark

preparation and prosecution, and securing copyright

registrations in areas that include Geographical Information

Systems (GIS), software, books, music, product packaging,

and distribution. He has expertise in software, method, and

mechanical patents as well as open source licensing."

 

http://opensource.com/law/15/3/interview-doug-kim-intellectual-property-practice-group

   

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ORGANIZATION:

Intellectual Property Owners Association

 

http://www.ipo.org/

 

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Did You Say “Intellectual Property”? It's a Seductive Mirage

by Richard M. Stallman

FROM Free Software Foundation

   

" It has become fashionable to toss copyright, patents, and

trademarks—three separate and different entities involving

three separate and different sets of laws—plus a dozen other

laws into one pot and call it “intellectual property”.

The distorting and confusing term did not become common

by accident. Companies that gain from the confusion

promoted it. The clearest way out of the confusion is to

reject the term entirely.

 

    According to Professor Mark Lemley, now of the Stanford

Law School, the widespread use of the term

“intellectual property” is a fashion that followed the 1967

founding of the World “Intellectual Property” Organization

(WIPO), and only became really common in recent years.

(WIPO is formally a UN organization, but in fact represents

the interests of the holders of copyrights, patents, and

trademarks.) Wide use dates from around 1990.

(Local image copy)

 

    The term carries a bias that is not hard to see: it suggests

thinking about copyright, patents and trademarks by analogy

with property rights for physical objects. (This analogy is at

odds with the legal philosophies of copyright law, of patent

law, and of trademark law, but only specialists know that.)

These laws are in fact not much like physical property law,

but use of this term leads legislators to change them to be

more so. Since that is the change desired by the companies

that exercise copyright, patent and trademark powers, the

bias introduced by the term “intellectual property” suits them."

 

https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/not-ipr.html

   

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Intellectual Property Related Articles FROM The Guardian

 

http://www.theguardian.com/law/intellectual-property

   

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What Are Intellectual Property Rights? FROM The World Trade Organization (WTO)

 

    Copyright and rights related to copyright

    Industrial property

 

https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/trips_e/intel1_e.htm

   

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10 Things Everyone Gets Wrong About Intellectual Property Law BY Lauren Davis

 

    1. The Claim: "You have to enforce your copyright against infringers."

    2. The Claim: "That big company is a bully for enforcing their trademark against the little guys."

    3. The Claim: "Selling fan art is always illegal."

    4. The Claim: "If I'm not selling it, it's fair use."

    5. The Claim: "They can't trademark that! They didn't invent it!"

 

    snip

 

http://io9.com/10-things-everyone-gets-wrong-about-intellectual-proper-1679011301

   

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Intellectual property: A new world of royalties

By Alan Beattie

FROM The Financial Times OF September 23, 2012 9:15 pm

 

http://tinyurl.com/qxt2wm7

   

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Intellectual Property Law FROM HG.org

 

    Contents

 

    What is Intellectual Property Law?

    Protecting Against Infringement

    Get Help from an IP Attorney

    Know your Rights!

    Is it Illegal to Buy Counterfeit or Knockoff Designer Goods?

    What is a Patent Troll?

    What is Plagiarism?

    Articles About Intellectual Property:

    When Is It Legal to Download Music, Movies,

    or Software Via Torrents on the Internet?

    Intellectual Property Law: Understanding the Basics

    Cottage Food Operations under the California Homemade Food Act

    Trademark Law and Copyright Law - Their Use by Celebrities

    Satire and Parody, Publishing Law in California and England

    Publicity Rights and The Right of Privacy, California Entertainment Law

    How An Experienced Lawyer Can Protect

    A Comic Book Creator and Writer in California

    Understanding Trademark Infringement

    Court Rules Copyright Ownership Can Be Transferred

    Using Electronic Signature

    Entertainment Industry Study Finds Online Piracy Growing

    All Intellectual Property Law Articles

    Articles written by attorneys and experts worldwide discussing

    legal aspects related to Intellectual Property including: copyright,

    domain names, licensing law, patents, trade secrets and trademark.

 

    Intellectual Property Law - US

    ABA - Intellectual Property Law Section

    American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA)

    Intellectual Property Law Server

    Office of the Administrator for External Affairs (EA) - IP Enforcement and Policy

    Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR)

    United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)

    USDOJ - Intellectual Property Task Force

 

    Intellectual Property Law by Country

 

    Intellectual Property Law - International

    EU Legislation - Intellectual Property

    International Intellectual Property Institute (IIPI)

    Interpol - Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Programme

    World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)

    WTO - Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS)

 

    Organizations Regarding Intellectual Property

 

    American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA)

    Intellectual Property Association

    Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO)

    Virtual Intellectual Property Organization (VIPO)

 

http://www.hg.org/intell.html

 

    Contents

 

    What is Intellectual Property Law?

    Protecting Against Infringement

    Get Help from an IP Attorney

    Know your Rights!

    Is it Illegal to Buy Counterfeit or Knockoff Designer Goods?

    What is a Patent Troll?

    What is Plagiarism?

    Articles About Intellectual Property:

    When Is It Legal to Download Music, Movies, or

    Software Via Torrents on the Internet?

    Intellectual Property Law: Understanding the Basics

    Cottage Food Operations under the California Homemade Food Act

    Trademark Law and Copyright Law - Their Use by Celebrities

    Satire and Parody, Publishing Law in California and England

    Publicity Rights and The Right of Privacy, California Entertainment Law

    How An Experienced Lawyer Can Protect

    A Comic Book Creator and Writer in California

    Understanding Trademark Infringement

    Court Rules Copyright Ownership Can Be Transferred

     Using Electronic Signature

    Entertainment Industry Study Finds Online Piracy Growing

    All Intellectual Property Law Articles

    Articles written by attorneys and experts worldwide discussing legal aspects

    related to Intellectual Property including: copyright, domain names,

    licensing law, patents, trade secrets and trademark.

 

    Intellectual Property Law - US

    ABA - Intellectual Property Law Section

    American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA)

    Intellectual Property Law Server

    Office of the Administrator for External Affairs (EA) –

     IP Enforcement and Policy

    Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR)

    United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)

    USDOJ - Intellectual Property Task Force

 

    Intellectual Property Law by Country

 

    Intellectual Property Law - International

    EU Legislation - Intellectual Property

    International Intellectual Property Institute (IIPI)

    Interpol - Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Programme

    World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)

    WTO - Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS)

 

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    Organizations Regarding Intellectual Property

 

    American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA)

    Intellectual Property Association

    Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO)

    Virtual Intellectual Property Organization (VIPO)

    Intellectual property: an overview Trademarks Patents Copyright

    Designs Law and practice FROM Intellectual Property Office. GOV.UK

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/intellectual-property-office

  

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TRADE MAGAZINE: Intellectual Property Magazine (IPM) FROM Great Britain

(Subscription Fee Required)

 

    Trademark

    Copyright

    Patent

    Design

    Licensing

    Strategy

    Legal Decisions

    People

    Directory

    World

 

http://www.intellectualpropertymagazine.com/

   

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TRADE MAGAZINE: Managing Intellectual Property (Great Britain)

 

    Portions of this periodical are Free Access, others

    by Subscription Only.

    Link to About Us in More Information explains the details.

 

http://www.managingip.com/

 

    About Us

 

    http://www.managingip.com/About-Us.html


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UNITED STATES: GOVERNMENT: Intellectual Property (IP) Policy

 

    The USPTO leads efforts to develop and strengthen both domestic

    and international intellectual property protection and advises the

    Secretary of Commerce, the President of the United States, and the

    Administration on patent, trademark, and copyright protection.

   

 

The Role of PTO and Intellectual

 

    Property Policy

 

The passage of the American Inventors Protection Act of 1999

(AIPA) (P.L. 106-113) set the stage for the USPTO to advise the

President, through the Secretary of Commerce, and all Federal

agencies, on national and international IP policy issues, including

IP protection in other countries. USPTO is also authorized by the

AIPA to provide guidance, conduct programs and studies, and

otherwise interact with international IP offices and international

intergovernmental organizations on matters involving the

protection of intellectual property. Our established Office of IP

Policy and International Affairs carries out the functions

authorized by the AIPA.

 

    Enforcement

   

The Enforcement Team's mission is to improve intellectual property

protection and enforcement domestically and abroad. Since the

rights granted by a U.S. patent extend...

 

    Rulemaking

   

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office continues to propose new

initiatives to make its operations more efficient. These new

initiatives include new rule changes and...

 

    Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Attaché Program

 

    JOB Announcement for IP Attaché position in Mexico City,

    Mexico is now open on USAjobs.

 

How to Become Registered to Practice Before the USPTO in Patent

Matters All individuals seeking registration must meet the

requirements of 37 CFR §11.7, including the...

 

    Current Practitioners

 

Ethics information, practitioner tools and forms, register of active

practitioners (patent attorneys and agents)

 

    Information for the Public

 

Register of Active Patent Practitioners Search the Register of Active

Patent Attorneys and Agents For information about disciplined

practitioners, search OED Final...

 

    Geographical Indications FAQs Trade

 

The Trade group is responsible for all fields of intellectual property.

Minimum international standards for all fields of intellectual property

are covered by the World...

 

    Copyrights

 

The copyright team of the Office of Policy and International Affairs (OPIA)

assists in advising the Administration and other Federal Government

departments and agencies...

 

    Musicians and Artists Profile

 

Links to help artists, authors and musicians determine the right kinds of

protection for their work

 

    General Counsel - Public Board Hearing Information

 

Notification of Hearings: Hearings open to the public will be posted

in advance on the respective web sites of the Patent Trial and Appeal

Board (PTAB) and the Trademark...

 

http://www.uspto.gov/learning-and-resources/intellectual-property-ip-policy

 

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The USPTO leads efforts to develop and strengthen both domestic and international
intellectual property protection and advises the Secretary of Commerce,
the President of the United States, and the Administration on patent, trademark,
and copyright protection.

 

    The Role of PTO and Intellectual Property Policy

 

 

The passage of the American Inventors Protection Act of 1999 (AIPA)

(P.L. 106-113) set the stage for the USPTO to advise the President, through

the Secretary of Commerce, and all Federal agencies, on national and

international IP policy issues, including IP protection in other countries.

USPTO is also authorized by the AIPA to provide guidance, conduct programs

and studies, and otherwise interact with international IP offices and international

intergovernmental organizations on matters involving the protection of intellectual

property. Our established Office of IP Policy and International Affairs carries out

the functions authorized by the AIPA.

 

 

 

    Enforcement

 

The Enforcement Team's mission is to improve intellectual property protection

and enforcement domestically and abroad. Since the rights granted by a

U.S. patent extend...

 

    Rulemaking

 

    The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office continues to propose new initiatives to

make its operations more efficient. These new initiatives include new rule changes and...

 

    Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Attaché Program

 

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JOB Announcement for IP Attaché position in Mexico City, Mexico is now open

on USAjobs. Please see the following link for details:

 

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/...

   

Becoming a Practitioner

 

How to Become Registered to Practice Before the USPTO in Patent Matters

All individuals seeking registration must meet the requirements of 37 CFR §11.7,

including the...

 

    Current Practitioners

 

Ethics information, practitioner tools and forms, register of active practitioners

(patent attorneys and agents)

 

    Information for the Public

 

    Register of Active Patent Practitioners Search the Register of Active Patent

Attorneys and Agents For information about disciplined practitioners, search

OED Final...   

 

Geographical Indications FAQs

   

Trade

 

The Trade group is responsible for all fields of intellectual property.

Minimum international standards for all fields of intellectual property

are covered by the World...

 

    Copyrights

 

The copyright team of the Office of Policy and International Affairs (OPIA)

assists in advising the Administration and other Federal Government

departments and agencies...

 

    Musicians and Artists Profile

 

Links to help artists, authors and musicians determine the right kinds of

protection for their work

 

    General Counsel - Public Board Hearing Information

 

   

Notification of Hearings: Hearings open to the public will be posted in

advance on the respective web sites of the Patent Trial and Appeal

Board (PTAB) and the Trademark...

   

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REPORT :

UNITED STATES: GOVERNMENT:

Intellectual Property and the U.S. Economy: Industries in Focus

 

http://www.uspto.gov/sites/default/files/news/publications/IP_Report_March_2012.pdf

   

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Intellectual Property : Law Cases FROM Google Scholar : Law Cases

   

http://tinyurl.com/pahkkrv

 

http://scholar.google.com/scholar?as_sdt=6,39&q=%22intellectual+property%22&hl=en

   

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JOURNAL:

Duke Law and Technology Review

 

    Topics

    eCommerce

    eDiscovery

    CyberCrime

    International

    Media & Communications

    Patents & Technology

    Health and Biotechnology

    Copyrights and Trademarks

    Submissions

    Author Agreement

    Subscriptions

 

http://dltr.law.duke.edu/

   

 

 

TRADE MAGAZINE:

Intellectual Property Watch

 

http://www.ip-watch.org/

   

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Motion Pictures with Intellectual Property Them

FROM University of New Hampshire. School of Law

 

http://ipmall.info/hosted_resources/ip_Movies.asp

   

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TEACHING AND EDUCATION:

Global Collection of Interdisciplinary Articles on Teaching IP

FROM University of New Hampshire. School of Lawes and Scenes

 

http://ipmall.info/hosted_resources/TeachingIP_Intro.asp

   

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JOURNAL: The Intellectual Property Law Review

 

    Issues Index: 1-28

    Issues Index: 29-41

    Issues Index: 42-53

 

IDEA - the Intellectual Property Law Review

from the Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property

 

http://ipmall.info/hosted_resources/IDEA/

   

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Germeshausen Center Newsletters Archive

   

The Kenneth J. Germeshausen Center, created in 1985 through the

generosity of Kenneth J. and Pauline Germeshausen, is the umbrella

organization for Pierce Law's intellectual property specializations.

Today the Germeshausen Center is a driving force in the study of

international and national intellectual property law and the transfer

of technology. It acts as a resource to business as well as scientific,

legal and governmental interests in patent, trademark, trade secret,

licensing, copyright, computer law and related fields.

 

http://ipmall.info/hosted_resources/GermesNewsletter.asp

   

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Global Directory of Intellectual Property Educational Programs.

 

    LLM or Equivalent Master Degrees in IP

    JD Programs with Concentrations in IP –

    Programs with dedicated cirriculums (not just a grouping of IP classes)

    Programs sponsored by NGOs including IP Institutes that give certificates

    Non law degrees AND diplomas on IP: MIP type by law and business

    schools including IP management

    LLD, SJD, JSD, or PhD in Intellectual Property

    PGDip or Diploma's earned Concurrently with Graduate Work

    Post or Concurrent JD Certificate or Combined Degree Programs in IP

    Diploma, LL.B., and Bachelors in Intellectual Property

    Certificate Programs

    Top Intellectual Property Programs USWNR

 

http://www.ipmall.info/hosted_resources/Education_IP.asp

   

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IP Handbook of Best Practices

   

Online resource offers up-to-date information and strategies for utilizing

the power of both intellectual property and the public domain.

153 chapters on a full range of IP topics and over 50 case studies, composed

by over 200 authors from North, South, East, and West.

 

    Contents

 

    Chapters of the IP Handbook

    Case Studies from the IP Handbook

    Download the entire IP Handbook in PDF:

    Executive Guide (PDF)

    IP Handbook Volume 1 (PDF)

    IP Handbook Volume 2 (PDF)

    The link to this page is found in More Information Below

 

" Prepared by and for policy-makers, leaders of public sector research

establishments, technology transfer professionals, licensing executives,

and scientists, this online resource offers up-to-date information and

strategies for utilizing the power of both intellectual property and the

public domain. Emphasis is placed on advancing innovation in health

and agriculture, though many of the principles outlined here are broadly

applicable across technology fields.

 

    Eschewing ideological debates and general proclamations, the authors

always keep their eye on the practical side of IP management. The site is

based on a comprehensive Handbook and Executive Guide that provide

substantive discussions and analysis of the opportunities awaiting

anyone in the field who wants to put intellectual property to work.

 

    Come inside. You will find 153 chapters on a full range of IP topics and

over 50 case studies, composed by over 200 authors from North, South,

East, and West. If you are a policymaker, a senior administrator, a

technology transfer manager, or a scientist, we invite you to use the site

guide customized for you. The site guide distills the key points of each IP

topic covered by the Handbook into simple language and places it in the

context of evolving best practices specific to your professional role within

the overall picture of IP management."

 

http://ipmall.info/hosted_resources/IP_handbook_chapters.asp

 

http://ipmall.info/hosted_resources/IP_handbook.asp

   

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Antique Rare IP Library e-Treatise Reading Room

 

    Antique Rare IP Library Index

 

    Copyright Books

    General Books

    Patent Books

    Trademark Books

 

    Content Sample:

 

    Antique Rare IP Library e-Treatise Reading Room, Copyright Books

 

An act for relief of booksellers and others, by vesting the copies of

printed books in the purchasers of such copies from authors, or their

assigns, for a limited time. (PDF) London, 1710. 7pp. Copyright.

 

An Act for the encouragement of learning, by vesting the copies of

printed books in the authors or purchasers of such copies, during the

times therein mentioned. (PDF) London, 1774. 7pp. Copyright. .

 

An Article on literary property. (PDF) New York, 1839. 39pp. Copyright.

 

Legal recreations, or popular amusements in the laws of England.

By a barrister at law. (Excerpts on copyright and designs) (PDF)

London, 1792. 106pp. Copyright

 

Observations on the law of copyright: in reference to the bill introduced

into the House of Commons by Mr. Sergeant Talfourd. (PDF)

London, 1838. 47pp. Copyright.

 

Petition against a bill to amend the law relating to copyright: which has

been read a first time in the House of Commons.

(PDF) [S.l.], [18--?]. 15pp. Copyright.

 

Some remarks on the law of copyright. (PDF) [S.l.], [183-?]. 14pp.

Copyright.

 

Birrell, Augustine. Seven lectures on the law and history of copyright

 in books. (PDF) London ; Cassell ; New York, 1899. 222pp. Copyright.

 

Blaine, D. Roberton (Delabere Roberton). On the laws of artistic copyright

and their defects: for the use of artists, sculptors, engravers, printsellers, etc.

(PDF) [London], 1853. 95pp. Copyright.

 

Bowker, R. R. (Richard Rogers). Copyright, its history and its law: being

a summary of the principles and practice of copyright with special

reference to the American code of... Boston; New York, 1912. 731pp.

Copyright.

 

Buckingham, James Silk. Copyright laws. (PDF) London, 1836. 17pp. Copyright.

   

Burke, Peter. The law of international copyright between England and France:

in literature, the drama, music, and the fine arts, analysed and explained: with...

(PDF) London, 1852. 169pp. Copyright.

 

Burke, Peter. A treatise on the law of copyright: in literature, the drama, music,

engraving, and sculpture and also in designs for ornamenting articles of...

(PDF) London, 1842. 137pp. Copyright.

 

Chamier, Daniel. Law relating to literary copyright and the authorship and

publication of books. (PDF) London, 1895. 199pp. Copyright.

 

Cohen, B. A. (Benjamin Arthur). The law of copyright: with an appendix of

statutes. (PDF) London, 1896. 242pp. Copyright.

 

Conkling, Alfred. Opinion of the Hon. Alfred Conkling, district judge of the

United States for the Northern District of New York sitting in the Circuit Court

of... (PDF) Albany, 1852. 32pp. Copyright.

 

Copinger, Walter Arthur. The law of copyright in works of literature and art:

including that of the drama, music, engraving, sculpture, painting,

photography and... London, 1870. 437pp. Copyright.

 

http://ipmall.info/hosted_resources/ip_antique_library.asp

   

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JOURNAL: The Intellectual Property Law Review

 

    Issues Index: 1-28

    Issues Index: 29-41

    Issues Index: 42-53

 

http://ipmall.info/hosted_resources/IDEA/

   

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Congressional Research Service (CRS)

Intellectual property, cyberlaw and electronic commerce CRS Reports

1993-2014

 

"The full text of intellectual property, cyberlaw and electronic commerce

publications of the Congressional Research Service (CRS), the 741-person,

$68 million-per-year "think tank" that works exclusively for Members and

committees of the United States Congress. CRS is part of the legislative

branch of the federal government. CRS, which is a department of the

Library of Congress, works exclusively as a nonpartisan analytical, research,

and reference arm for Congress. The CRS mission is to support an informed

national legislature.

 

    The Congress turns to CRS first when it is in need of legislative research,

analysis, or information in addressing the issues of the Nation.

The Congressional Research Service (CRS) is the public policy research arm

of the U.S. Congress. CRS works exclusively and directly for all Members

and committees of the Congress. Throughout the legislative process, CRS

provides analysis, research, and information services that asset to be

objective, nonpartisan, and confidential, thereby contributing to an

informed national legislature."

 

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WIPO Lex

   

"WIPO Lex is a one-stop search facility for national laws and treaties on

intellectual property (IP) of WIPO, WTO and UN Members. It also features

related information which elaborates, analyzes and interprets these laws

and treaties. It provides streamlined access to reference material of key

importance for optimal information on the global IP System."

 

    News on IP Laws

    Related links

    Legal

 

    WIPO-Administered Treaties

    Member States

    Directory of IP Offices

 

    Databases

 

    Domain Name Dispute Resolution

    PCT Case Law Database

 

 

    Explore WIPO

 

    IP Services

    Protecting IP

    Resolving Disputes

 

    Policy

    Decision Making & Negotiating Bodies

    IP & Other Policy Topics

 

    Cooperation

    Development

    Global Cooperation

    Cooperation with...

 

    Reference

    IP Databases

    Legal Resources

    Classifications & Standards

    Information Resources

 

    About IP

    Intellectual Property

    Training

    Raising Awareness

 

    Inside WIPO

    About WIPO

    Accountability

    Working with Us

    Connecting with WIPO

 

http://www.wipo.int/wipolex/en/

 

,

 

"WIPO Lex is a one-stop search facility for national laws and

treaties on intellectual property (IP) of WIPO, WTO and UN

Members. It also features related information which elaborates,

analyzes and interprets these laws and treaties. It provides

streamlined access to reference material of key importance for

optimal information on the global IP System."

 

.

 

   

WIPO-Administered Treaties

 

    WIPO administers 26 treaties including the WIPO Convention.

    IP Protection

    The first general group of treaties defines internationally agreed

    basic standards of intellectual property (IP) protection in each country.

    Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances

    Berne Convention

    Brussels Convention

    Madrid Agreement (Indications of Source)

    Marrakesh VIP Treaty

    Nairobi Treaty

    Paris Convention

    Patent Law Treaty

    Phonograms Convention

    Rome Convention

    Singapore Treaty on the Law of Trademarks

    Trademark Law Treaty

    Washington Treaty

    WCT

    WPPT

    Global Protection System

   

The second general group, known as the global protection system treaties,

ensures that one international registration or filing will have effect in any

of the relevant signatory States. The services provided by WIPO under

these treaties simplify and reduce the cost of making individual applications

or filings in all the countries in which protection is sought for a given IP right.

 

    Budapest Treaty

    Hague Agreement

    Lisbon Agreement

    Madrid Agreement (Marks)

    Madrid Protocol

    PCT

    Classification

   

The third and final general group is the classification treaties, which create

classification systems that organize information concerning inventions,

trademarks and industrial designs into indexed, manageable structures for

easy retrieval.

 

    Locarno Agreement

    Nice Agreement

    Strasbourg Agreement

    Vienna Agreement

    Membership

    Treaties

    Summary table of membership of WIPO and the treaties administered

    by WIPO, plus UPOV, WTO and UN

    Contracting parties

    Statistics

    Publication 423

 

    WIPO Bodies

 

    Members of the WIPO Assemblies and other bodies and committees PDF,

    List of members of the WIPO Assemblies and other bodies and committees

    Contribution classes of states members of WIPO and/or the Paris

    and/or Berne Unions

    Related links

    About WIPO

    History of WIPO

    Member states

    General rules of procedure PDF, General rules of procedure

    Resources

    WIPO Lex

    Publications

    UPOV

    Contracting parties

    Notifications

 

http://www.wipo.int/treaties/en/

 

Explore WIPO

 

    IP Services

    Protecting IP

    Resolving Disputes

 

    Policy

    Decision Making & Negotiating Bodies

    IP & Other Policy Topics

 

    Cooperation

    Development

    Global Cooperation

    Cooperation with...

 

    Reference

    IP Databases

    Legal Resources

    Classifications & Standards

    Information Resources

 

    About IP

    Intellectual Property

    Training

    Raising Awareness

 

    Inside WIPO

    About WIPO

    Accountability

    Working with Us

    Connecting with WIPO

    WIPO Member States

   

"WIPO’s member states determine the direction, budget and

activities of the Organization through the decision-making bodies.

We currently have 188 member states.

 

To become a member, a state must deposit an instrument of ratification

or accession with the Director General. The WIPO Convention provides

that membership is open to any state that is:

 

a member of the Paris Union for the Protection of Industrial Property,

or member of the Berne Union for the Protection of Literary and

Artistic Works; or a member of the United Nations, or of any of the

United Nations' Specialized Agencies, or of the International Atomic

Energy Agency, or that is a party to the Statute of the International

Court of Justice; or invited by the WIPO General Assembly to become

a member state of the Organization.

 

    World Map

    Information by member state

 

Find contact details, treaty membership, national intellectual property

(IP) laws, IP statistics, technical cooperation, outreach activities, case studies and more."

 

http://www.wipo.int/members/en/

   

.

 

WIPO Directory of Intellectual Property Offices

    Country

    Contact Details

    Office

    URL

 

http://www.wipo.int/directory/en/urls.jsp

   

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WIPO Domain Name Dispute Resolution

   

"The WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center provides time-

and cost-efficient mechanisms to resolve internet domain

name disputes, without the need for court litigation.

This service includes the WIPO-initiated Uniform Domain

Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP), under which the

WIPO Center has processed over 30,000 cases.

 

    UDRP

    Other dispute procedures for new gTLDs

    Country code top-level domains (ccTLDs)

    WIPO neutrals

    Fees

    About the Center

 

    News

    2015 Press Release

    WIPO Resources for TMPDDRP

    WIPO final report on LRO procedure 2013

    New gTLDs

    WIPO Center events

    All news

 

    Key resources

 

    UDRP

    Search

    WIPO jurisprudential overview

    Index of WIPO UDRP panel decisions

    ccTLDs

    All resources

    Resources

    Overview 2.0 of WIPO Panel Views

    Legal Index of WIPO UDRP Decisions

    Selected UDRP Court Cases

    UPDATE: WIPO Activities Related to New gTLDs

    Frequenty Asked Questions

    ccTLD Database

    Internationalized Domain Names

    Trademark Database Portal

    WIPO Internet Domain Name Processes

    Selected WIPO Correspondence with ICANN

    gTLD Reports

 

    Procedures

 

    Generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs)

    Country Code Top Level Domains (ccTLDs)

    Panelists

    WIPO Guide to the UDRP

    Trademark PDDRP

 

http://www.wipo.int/amc/en/domains/

   

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WIPO PCT Case Law Database

 

"The PCT Case Law Database contains legal and administrative

decisions from national courts and regional administrative bodies

in and operating for PCT Contracting States.

 

    The text-searchable decisions are those in which PCT issues

have been referenced, raised or considered. Abstracts and PCT

legal references have been added by the International Bureau

in order to facilitate navigation and information retrieval."

 

    Related

 

    PCT Resources

    ePCT

    PATENTSCOPE

    Digital Access Service

    WIPO Lex

 

    Patents

    Patent Law

    Patent Classification IPC

    WIPO Standards

    Statistics

 

http://www.wipo.int/pctcaselawdb/en/

   

.

 

WIPO Statistics

   

"We cooperate with intellectual property (IP) offices from around

the world to provide our stakeholders with up-to-date IP statistics.

We also publish statistical reports on worldwide IP activity and on

the use of WIPO-administered treaties in the protection of IP rights

internationally.

 

Reliable IP statistics are an important tool in understanding trends

in business and technology and in the use of the IP system worldwide

and across different countries.

   

Data information

 

IP data published in these pages are taken from the WIPO

Statistics Database. The database contains:

 

Data provided by national/regional IP offices for WIPO's Annual

IP Data Survey. The data are collected at an aggregate level by

various breakdowns (e.g. number of patent filings or grants by

office and origin, etc.). A continuing effort is made to improve

the quality and availability of IP statistics. It is difficult to obtain

data for all IP offices with all possible breakdowns, however every

effort is made to cover data for as many offices and countries as

possible; and

 

Data compiled by WIPO during the application process of

international filings through the Patent Cooperation Treaty,

the Madrid System and the Hague System.

 

In addition, indicators of patent families and fields of technology

are developed by WIPO based on data from the PATSTAT database,

which is maintained by the European Patent Office.

 

IP data reported in these pages are based on the following concepts:

 

Country of origin: used to categorize IP data by resident (domestic)

and non-resident (foreign). The residence of the first-named

applicant (or inventor) recorded in the IP document (e.g. patent or

trademark application) is used to classify IP data by country of origin.

 

Resident and non-resident: a resident IP filing refers to an application

filed by an applicant at its national IP office. For example, an

application filed by an applicant resident of Japan at the IP office of

Japan is considered as a resident filing for Japan IP office data.

Similarly, a non-resident filing refers to an IP application filed by an

applicant at a foreign IP office. For example, an application filed at

the IP office of China by an applicant residing in France is considered

a non-resident filing for China IP office data. The IP grant

(registration) data are based on the same concept.

   

Filing and grant date: the IP filing data are based on the date of filing.

The IP grant (registration) data are based on the date of grant

(registration). The IP data by field of technology are based on the date

of publication and the patent families data are based on the priority

(or first filing) date."

 

Data

 

    Statistical data

    IP statistics data center

 

"WIPO IP Statistics Data Center is an on-line service enabling access to

WIPO’s statistical data. Users can select from a wide range of indicators

and view or download data according to their needs. This service is

intended to be a tool for IP professionals, researchers and policymakers

worldwide.

   

IP statistical country profiles

 

Statistical country profiles provide information on patents, utility models,

trademarks and industrial designs. They cover different dimensions of IP

activity, including incoming and outgoing filings, the share of filings in

different technological fields, total patents in force, and the use of

international IP systems by applicants."

 

Publications

 

    World Intellectual Property Indicators

    WIPO IP Facts and Figures

    PCT Yearly Review: The International Patent System

    Madrid Yearly Review: International Registrations of Marks

    Hague Yearly Review: International Registrations of Industrial Designs

 

    Statistics on national and international IP systems

    National

 

    Patents

    Utility models

    Trademarks

    Industrial designs

    Plant varieties

    Microorganisms

 

    International systems

 

    Hague, Madrid, PCT

 

    Additional resources

 

    IPC-technology concordance table

    IP statistics glossary

 

    For national offices

 

    National and regional office IP statistics and annual reports

 

    Data collection for member states/national offices

 

    Related link

    Economics of IP

 

IP protection has emerged as an important component of national

economic policies. WIPO seeks to contribute to a better understanding

of the economic effects of different IP policy choices. Find out more

about the economics of IP.

 

http://www.wipo.int/ipstats/en/

   

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WIPO Reference

 

"WIPO is the world's most comprehensive source of data on the intellectual

property (IP) system, as well as of empirical studies, reports and factual

information on IP.

 

Whether you are seeking statistical, legal or technical information, this page

is a gateway to our unique collections of resources and reference material.

We make all our publications and data collections freely available online."

 

    IP and technology databases

 

WIPO's global databases make it easy for anyone, anywhere, to access

the wealth of information in the IP system. They are based on our

commitment to creating an inter-connected and inclusive knowledge-sharing

IP infrastructure to support innovation worldwide.

 

    IP and technology databases

 

WIPO's global databases make it easy for anyone, anywhere, to access the

wealth of information in the IP system. They are based on our commitment to

creating an inter-connected and inclusive knowledge-sharing IP infrastructure

to support innovation worldwide.

 

    PATENTSCOPE

   

Search the technology contained in more than 43 million patent documents,

including international patent applications submitted under the PCT.

 

    Global Brand Database

   

Search brand information from multiple national and international sources,

including trademarks, appellations of origin and official emblems.

 

    ROMARIN

   

Search detailed information, updated daily, on all international marks recorded

under the Madrid system, which are currently in force or have expired within

the past six months.

 

    Global Design Database

   

Search industrial design registrations from the Hague System plus

participating national collections.

 

    Hague Express

   

Access details of industrial designs registered under the Hague System.

 

    Lisbon Express

   

Search appellations of origin registered under the Lisbon system.

 

    Article 6ter

   

Search for the State emblems, and names, abbreviations and other emblems

of IGOs, which have been communicated for protection under Article 6ter.

 

    WIPO Pearl

   

Use our multilingual terminology database to find accurate IP and

technological terms and concepts in 10 languages. Contains over 90,000

terms, each validated by WIPO’s terminology experts.

 

    More databases for innovators

 

    Access to Research for Development and Innovation (ARDI)

 

    Access to Specialized Patent Information (ASPI)

 

    IP laws and treaties

  

    WIPO-administered treaties

 

Find full texts, summaries and membership of the international IP treaties

administered by WIPO.

 

    WIPO Lex – IP laws and treaties at your fingertips

   

A one-stop search facility for international treaties and national laws on IP.

You can also search additional, explanatory information on these laws and

treaties.

 

    IP classifications and standards

    International classifications

 

Four international classification systems facilitate and simplify IP searches.

These classification systems organize a huge amount of information

concerning inventions, trademarks, and industrial designs into indexed,

manageable structures for easy retrieval:

 

    International Patent Classification (IPC)

    Nice Classification (for marks)

    Vienna Classification (for figurative elements of marks)

    Locarno Classification (for industrial designs)

 

WIPO Standards

 

    Information resources

 

    Global Innovation Index 2014

    The Human Factor in Innovation

    World IP Report

    Brands – Reputation and Image in the Global Marketplace

 

 

IP statistics

   

WIPO cooperates with IP offices across the world to collate, analyze and

publish up-to-date statistics, including reports on IP filing activity worldwide.

 

    Documents

   

Search all official documents from WIPO meetings and Assemblies, a

s well as presentations from WIPO events.

 

    WIPO publications

  

You can browse and download all our publications for free online.

 

    Country profiles

   

Find IP profiles of all our member states, including statistics, legal

information, case studies, photos and WIPO cooperation activities.

 

    Case studies: IP Advantage

   

Search practical examples of IP in action, drawn from diverse fields around the globe.

 

    WIPO Library

   

Access over 35,000 references to support your IP research, or contact our

staff to help track down what you need.

 

http://www.wipo.int/reference/en/index.html#databases

 

   

"WIPO is the world's most comprehensive source of data on the intellectual

property (IP) system, as well as of empirical studies, reports and factual

information on IP.

 

Whether you are seeking statistical, legal or technical information, this page

is a gateway to our unique collections of resources and reference material.

We make all our publications and data collections freely available online."

 

    IP and technology databases

 

 

WIPO's global databases make it easy for anyone, anywhere, to access the

wealth of information in the IP system. They are based on our commitment to

creating an inter-connected and inclusive knowledge-sharing IP infrastructure

to support innovation worldwide.

 

    IP and technology databases

 

 

WIPO's global databases make it easy for anyone, anywhere, to access the

wealth of information in the IP system. They are based on our commitment

to creating an inter-connected and inclusive knowledge-sharing IP

infrastructure to support innovation worldwide.

 

    PATENTSCOPE

   

Search the technology contained in more than 43 million patent documents,

including international patent applications submitted under the PCT.

 

    Global Brand Database

   

Search brand information from multiple national and international sources,

including trademarks, appellations of origin and official emblems.

 

    ROMARIN

   

Search detailed information, updated daily, on all international marks recorded

under the Madrid system, which are currently in force or have expired within

the past six months.

 

    Global Design Database

   

Search industrial design registrations from the Hague System plus participating

national collections.

 

    Hague Express

   

Access details of industrial designs registered under the Hague System.

 

    Lisbon Express

   

Search appellations of origin registered under the Lisbon system.

 

    Article 6ter

Search for the State emblems, and names, abbreviations and other emblems

of IGOs, which have been communicated for protection under Article 6ter.

 

    WIPO Pearl

   

Use our multilingual terminology database to find accurate IP and technological

terms and concepts in 10 languages. Contains over 90,000 terms, each validated

by WIPO’s terminology experts.

 

    More databases for innovators

 

Access to Research for Development and Innovation (ARDI)

 

Access to Specialized Patent Information (ASPI)

 

    IP laws and treaties

    WIPO-administered treaties

    Find full texts, summaries and membership of the international IP treaties administered by WIPO.

 

    WIPO Lex – IP laws and treaties at your fingertips

   

A one-stop search facility for international treaties and national laws on IP.

You can also search additional, explanatory information on these laws and treaties.

 

    IP classifications and standards

    International classifications

 

Four international classification systems facilitate and simplify IP searches.

These classification systems organize a huge amount of information concerning

inventions, trademarks, and industrial designs into indexed, manageable

structures for easy retrieval:

 

    International Patent Classification (IPC)

    Nice Classification (for marks)

    Vienna Classification (for figurative elements of marks)

    Locarno Classification (for industrial designs)

 

    WIPO Standards

 

    Information resources

 

    Global Innovation Index 2014

    The Human Factor in Innovation

    World IP Report

    Brands – Reputation and Image in the Global Marketplace

 

 

    IP statistics

   

WIPO cooperates with IP offices across the world to collate, analyze and

publish up-to-date statistics, including reports on IP filing activity worldwide.

 

    Documents

 

Search all official documents from WIPO meetings and Assemblies, as well

as presentations from WIPO events.

 

    WIPO publications

   

You can browse and download all our publications for free online.

 

    Country profiles

   

Find IP profiles of all our member states, including statistics, legal information,

case studies, photos and WIPO cooperation activities.

 

    Case studies: IP Advantage

   

Search practical examples of IP in action, drawn from diverse fields around the globe.

 

    WIPO Library

   

Access over 35,000 references to support your IP research, or contact our staff to

help track down what you need.

   

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MAGAZINES : TRADE PERIODICALS: WIPO Magazine

   

"The WIPO Magazine explores intellectual property, creativity and innovation

in action across the world. It is published in English, French and Spanish."

 

    Content Sample of Article Titles:

 

    Blind literacy: how Marrakesh can change lives

    Gilead targets elimination of hepatitis C

    Dynamics of innovation in Ghana’s traditional medicine sector

    Connecting the past with the future

    It’s time to stand up to patent trolls

    Branding Cornish tea

    Giving Innovation Wings: How Boeing Uses its IP

    Video Games and IP: A Global Perspective

    The Brave New World of Wearable Technology: What Implications for IP?

 

    Related links

 

    Media Center

 

    Case Studies - IP Advantage

 

    Publications

 

    WIPO Magazine on Scribd

    WIPO YouTube

    World IP Day

    Outreach Campaigns

 

    Calendar of meetings

 

http://www.wipo.int/wipo_magazine/en/

   

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Creative Commons

   

FROM ABOUT CREATIVE COMMONS:

 

" Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that enables the sharing

and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools.

 

Our free, easy-to-use copyright licenses provide a simple, standardized way

to give the public permission to share and use your creative work —

on conditions of your choice. CC licenses let you easily change your

copyright terms from the default of “all rights reserved” to “some rights

reserved.”

 

 Creative Commons licenses are not an alternative to copyright. They work

alongside copyright and enable you to modify your copyright terms to best

suit your needs."

 

The link for About Creative Commons is found in More Information

 

http://creativecommons.org/

 

About Creative Commons

   

http://creativecommons.org/about

 

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Copyright Codex

   

"Copyright Codex is based on Professor Robert Gorman’s 250 page treatise

“Copyright Law, 2nd Ed” (2006). It has been adapted for the web and (partially)

updated. Copyright Codex answers questions like “Can I copyright this software?”

and “will my new software infringe on someone’s existing copyright?” and

“how much copying does fair use allow?”

 

Wherever possible, we like to add visual comparisons. You can start with the basics,

or scroll down for a few examples of copyright law applied to software, art, and literature."

 

http://copyrightcodex.com/

   

.

 

Copyright Term and the Public Domain in the United States

 

http://copyright.cornell.edu/resources/publicdomain.cfm

   

.

 

DATABASES:

Stanford Copyright Renewal Database

   

"Welcome to the initial release of Stanford's Copyright Renewal Database.

This database makes searchable the copyright renewal records received

by the US Copyright Office between 1950 and 1992 for books published

in the US between 1923 and 1963. Note that the database includes

ONLY US Class A (book) renewals.

 

The period from 1923-1963 is of special interest for US copyrights, as

works published after January 1, 1964 had their copyrights automatically

renewed by statute, and works published before 1923 have generally fallen

into the public domain. Between those dates, a renewal registration was

required to prevent the expiration of copyright, however determining

whether a work's registration has been renewed is a challenge. Renewals

received by the Copyright Office after 1977 are searchable in an online

database, but renewals received between 1950 and 1977 were announced

and distributed only in a semi-annual print publication. The Copyright Office

does not have a machine-searchable source for this renewal information, and

the only public access is through the card catalog in their DC offices.

 

In order to make these renewal records more accessible, Stanford has created

this searchable database. Building on the work done by Project Gutenberg to

transcribe the 1950-1977 renewals, and on early conversion efforts by

Michael Lesk, we have converted the published renewal announcements to

machine-readable form, and combined them with the renewals for later years

made available on the Copyright Office's website. Note that this database

covers only renewals, not original registrations, and is limited to books

(Class A registrations) published in the US. Note that the Catalog of Copyright

Entries, and therefore this database, does not include entries for assignments,

and so cannot be used for searches involving the ownership of rights. Please

also note that copyrights restored under Section 104(a) of the copyright act

are not represented in this database.

 

Stanford has performed two rounds of testing in order to assess the accuracy

of this database. In each round, we pulled a minimum of 500 book titles

published in the US between 1923 and 1963 from the Stanford library catalog.

The works were checked manually in the CCE, and, in the first round, a subset

of 100 records was also sent to the Copyright Office to be checked by their

in-house staff. Each of these items was then separately searched by project

staff in the Copyright Renewals Database. In each round, the error rate for

the database was found to be less than 1%, although in practice there is

significant opportunity for user error or other problems in searching. Details

of these issues can be found in Stanford's final report to Hewlett on the project

( PDF), and in the two search results sets ( Search Set #1, Search Set #2).

 

The full data set for the Copyright Renewals Database is available for download

here. Stanford welcomes reuse of the data in other systems and search tools."

 

http://collections.stanford.edu/copyrightrenewals/bin/page?forward=home

 

    OR

 

http://tinyurl.com/325e3p

   

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Technology Lawyers and Law Firms

 

http://www.kuesterlaw.com/ktechlaw.htm

   

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Resources For Intellectual Property Law and Technology Law

 

    Software and Computer-Related Patent Resources

    General Patent Resources

    Copyright Resources

    Trademark and Domain Name Resources

    Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journals and Magazines

    Other Intellectual Property and Technology Law Resources

    http://www.kuesterlaw.com/kiprsrc.htm

    Worldwide Governmental Links of Interest

 

http://www.kuesterlaw.com/kgovtlin.htm

   

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Texts of Technology Cases, Statutes, and Bills

 

    Federal Judicial Decisions

    Patent Cases

    Copyright Cases

    Trademark Cases

    Other Technology Law Cases

    Federal Statutes, Rules, MPEP, TMEP

    U.S.P.T.O. Manual of Patent Examining Procedure (MPEP), 8th ed.

    U.S.P.T.O. Manual of Patent Examining Procedure (MPEP), 7th ed. (Searchable)

    U.S. Patent Laws (35 U.S.C.) and Rules (37 C.F.R.)

    U.S. Copyright Act

    Trademark Manual of Examining Procedure (USPTO)

    Trademark Manual of Examining Procedure (Bitlaw)

    Goods and Services Classification Index

    Federal Bills

    http://www.kuesterlaw.com/kcasesta.htm

    Intellectual Property Law Research

    Competition, Unfair

    Copyright

    Intellectual Property

    Marks of origin

    Patents

    Trade Secrets

    Trademarks

    Trademark infringement

 

http://library.wcl.american.edu/resources/Intellectual_Property_Research_Guide_Spring_2013.pdf

 

    OR

 

http://tinyurl.com/ohftx5k

   

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BOOKS :

REFERENCE :

ENCYCLOPEDIAS:

McCarthy's Desk Encyclopedia of Intellectual Property

 

    McCarthy's Desk Encyclopedia of Intellectual Property

    Authors J. Thomas McCarthy, Roger E. Schechter, David J. Franklyn

    Publisher Bureau of National Affairs, 2004

    ISBN 1570184011, 9781570184017

    Length 736 pages

 

http://tinyurl.com/lvpd3zv

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Retraction Watch

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