intellectual property rights


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intellectual property rights

noun creative product protection, creative thinking protection, protection of creativity, protection of writings
Associated concepts: patent trademarks
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Thus, protection of intellectual property rights will encourage intellectual pursuits and efforts due to economic benefits and social recognition.
Kuwaiti legislation has established reasonable administrative procedures for the enforcement of intellectual property rights and the Kuwait government has engaged with administrative services by accepting the filing of administrative complaints before the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
Investigators may propose to examine existing databases related to biotechnology and intellectual property rights or to gather new empirical data.
Trade Representative (USTR) released its annual "Special 301" report on the state of intellectual property rights (IPR) protection around the world.
Countries may also exempt any species from patenting or intellectual property rights.
Auction site operators adhering to the Model Business Practices maintain comprehensive policies and practices regarding compliance with intellectual property rights.
At the end of the day, intellectual property rights are all we have.
WTO, internationalization and the intellectual property rights regime in China.
The first effect of this transformation is that intellectual property rights become very important.
Maravedis Releases the First WiMAX/LTE 4G Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy & Market Report
federal, state and foreign governments or agencies, even if approved by regulatory authorities; the Company's future capital needs; the Company's ability to obtain additional funding; the ability of the Company to protect its intellectual property rights and to not infringe the intellectual property rights of others; the development of competitive products by other companies; and other risks detailed from time to time in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
for intellectual property rights related to the development and commercialization of medical device approaches to stimulating the vagus nerve, which is believed to play a role in regulating the body's inflammatory response.

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