A Short Course in International Intellectual Property Rights: Protecting Your Brands, Marks, Copyrights, Patents, Designs, and Related Rights Worldwide

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World Trade Press, 2002 - Law - 184 pages
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Do you or your firm possess copyrights, patents, trademarks, brand names, designs or other related rights? If so, you have great opportunities in the new global marketplace--but you are also at great risk. This is an extremely well organized and concisely written introduction to all of the issues related to protecting and successfully exploiting intellectual property rights (IPR) worldwide.
 

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Contents

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ip BASICS
1
THE ROLE AND VALUE OF IP IN INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE
16
ISSUES AFFECTING IP RIGHTS INTERNATIONALLY
23
ENSURING THE VALUE OF YOUR IP RIGHTS AT CREATION
40
ENSURING THE VALUE OF YOUR IP RIGHTS PROTECTION
62
PARTIES TO IP RIGHTS PART
77
ENSURING PRECISE CONTRACTUAL PROTECTION OF IP RIGHTS
83
KEY ISSUES RELATED TO IP RIGHTS INTERNATIONALLY
95
IP RIGHTS IN MULTINATIONAL FORUMS
119
ACQUIRING IP RIGHTS LETTERS OF INSTRUCTION
136
ACQUIRING IP RIGHTS WORK MADE FOR HIRE AGREEMENT
144
PROTECTING IP RIGHTS CEASE AND DESIST LETTER
155
TRANSFERRING IP RIGHTS ASSIGNMENT CONTRACT
161
TRANSFERRING IP RIGHTS DEED OF ASSIGNMENT OR LICENSE
169
RESOURCES 184
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