Legal Review on Industrial Design Protection in Europe

This document is the final report for the legal review on industrial design protection in
Europe. It begins by mapping the genesis of the current legal and institutional frameworks for
the protection of designs within the European Union. The study then proceeds to set out the
major jurisprudential issues which have been identified through empirical surveys and
interviews. It critically analyses the issues in order to determine whether they may have an
impact on the effectiveness of design law at both EU and national levels, with reference also
to national and regional case law. As the Design Directive and Design Regulation are in pari
materia, the key issues have been assessed in light of both these instruments, in order to
provide a coherent analytical and recommendation tableaux. Optional avenues of action, and
recommendations are provided throughout the analysis, and highlighted in the Executive
Summary, and in Chapter 7.


Patents and Medicines: The Relationship Between TRIPS and the Human Right to Health

he link between medical patents and the human right to health has become a subject of a central concern at the international level. Access to drugs and the international intellectual property rights regime.


IP Tables

IP Tables are prepared by SABA Intellectual Property firm. These tables give a general information about different IP fields by holding a comparison between different legal systems,and Palestinian IP legislation is among these legal systems . All of these tables were recently updated.


Intellectual Property: A Very Short Introduction

In Intellectual Property: A Very Short Introduction, by Siva Vaidhyanathan, readers are introduced to the basics of intellectual property, framed in a way that illustrates how intellectual property both shapes and is shaped by larger economic, political and social contexts.


Copyright and Fair Use: A Guide for the Harvard Community

This guide book answers all common legal questions about copyright and fair use.It is a very clear and useful guide if you are interested in knowing more about copyright and the fair use of it.


WIPO Intellectual Property handbook in Arabic

This is an Arabic copy of the WIPO Intellectual Property handbook , which is considered as a general reference work on all aspects of intellectual property, including international treaties and conventions, analyses of all fields of intellectual property, its administration, enforcement and teaching, technological and legal developments, and WIPO's work in its Member States.


The International Protection for Intellectual Property

The research discusses the international protection for intellectual property that provided at the international level...
The research is written in Arabic

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Dubai's New Intellectual Property-Based Economy: Prospects for Development Without Dependency

The Emirate of Dubai has, as a result of deliberate policy actions, been able to
reinvigorate, indeed to reinvent, its Intellectual Property Potential. That is to say
Dubai has boosted its ability to be the originator (and creator) of intellectual property
subject-matter, rather than merely a consumer thereof. Dubai has achieved the two
conditions through which an intellectual property r6gime becomes a valuable
national asset for a country with an initially low Intellectual Property Potential;


Intellectual Property's Basics

The book discusses all the basic intellectual property issues, it is like an encyclopedia in intellectual property.
The book is written in Arabic.
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Consumers' Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS) On Copyright Summary Report

The European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), through the European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights (Observatory), has recently published the Summary Report: Consumers’ Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Copyright. 28 national copyright experts, in coordination with the competent authorities in the respective Member State, provided answers to the 15 FAQs. The Summary Report provides a horizontal synthesis of these answers, and highlights relevant differences between national laws.

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