Intellectual Property Law and Practice of the United Arab Emirates

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Oxford University Press, 2009 - Business & Economics - 848 pages
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The GDP of the United Arab Emirate's (UAE) economy is reported to have grown 35% in 2006, making it one of the fastest growing economies in the world. This has attracted unprecedented levels of foreign investment, which has resulted in efforts to bring its intellectual property laws into line with international standards. However, reliable copies of the IP laws and regulations of the UAE (which are written in Arabic) can be difficult to obtain, much less understand, for most Western attorneys. Quality English translations, interpretations of the law, and commentaries on practice are almost non-existent. Intellectual Property Law and Practice of the United Arab Emirates is the first book to address these problems by providing reliable copies of the Arabic laws and regulations, intelligent translations of them, and a discussion of issues arising in the application and practice of the law. This book will give practitioners the ability to better assess the IP problems they face and to devise the best possible strategic solutions.

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Contracted or Commissioned Inventors
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Opposition
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Mortgages
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About the author (2009)


Peter Hansen is a partner in the Dubai-based IP firm, Cedar White Bradley. Educated and trained in Australia, he was formerly a partner of Freehills in Australia and was a consultant at Rouse & Co in Dubai. He studied Arabic in Jordan, Syria, Egypt and Yemen.

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