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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WIPO representatives expressed their satisfaction with the quality and progress of the cooperation programs, affirming WIPO will actively cooperate with the NOIP to successfully implement cooperation programs between the two agencies, including The National IPR Strategy Building, the IPIP Infrastructure Management Project, the IP-Hub Project, the Human Resource Audit and Management Project, and the Vietnam IP Successfully entered into the Treaty on the International Registration of Industrial Designs.
On her part, Mahbouba Baqir said the IPR Department launched "Ambassadors of Intellectual Property Rights" at the beginning of the academic year 2016-2017 to encourage students organize their own IPR awareness campaigns.
1] (FT Nobre x IPR Gralha em Ponta Grossa; Diamante Negro x IPR Chopim em Guarapuava e Ponta Grossa), indicam que as medias testadas no contraste nao diferem estatisticamente (Tabela 1).
The Insolvency Service says that IPR claimed to have a partner in Ecuador with mining assets of PS92m when in reality it was worth barely PS10,000.
So, what are the dangers of this use of IPR for companies and patent-holders?
Protection of IPR will boost innovation in the country, while protecting the public interest," stated Mr P K Das, Director, STPI Bangalore during his keynote address.
India's IPR regime, particularly the patent law, has been a sticking point in bilateral ties with the US for quite some time.
The index will also serve as an accurate reading on the level of satisfaction with policies, practices, laws and regulations related to IPR protection.
BenoEaAt Battistelli, President of the European Patent Office (EPO) said: "This report shows that the benefits of patent and other IPRs is not just economic theory.
Prior to joining IPR, Steinberg held several senior level corporate executive positions for a variety of global industrial companies.
The revised bid, to be carried out through GDFa[euro](tm)s fully owned unit Electrabel SA (EBL), values IPR at GBP22.
EBL currently has an interest in approximately 70% of IPR's existing issued share capital and IPR is an existing member of the GDF SUEZ Group.