intellectual property (ip) is a category of property that includes intangible creations of the human intellect. intellectual property encompasses two types of rights; industrial property rights (trademarks, patents, designations of origin, industrial designs and models) and copyright. it was not until the 19th century that the term "intellectual property" began to be used, and not until the ...
wipo’s first "technology trends" report looks at ai. the first edition in wipo’s new “technology trends” research series is coming on thursday, january 31, with a focus on artificial intelligence (ai). ahead of the launch, wipo director general francis gurry shares his views on the implications of artificial intelligence for intellectual property (ip) law and policy.
stephan kinsella is a practicing patent attorney, a libertarian writer and speaker, director of the center for the study of innovative freedom (c4sif), and founding and executive editor of libertarian papers.. my amazon author page
jennifer jenkins and i are frantically working to put together a new open casebook on intellectual property law. (it will be available, in beta version, this fall under a cc license, and freely downloadable in multiple formats of course.
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a copyright, or aspects of it (e.g. reproduction alone, all but moral rights), may be assigned or transferred from one party to another. for example, a musician who records an album will often sign an agreement with a record company in which the musician agrees to transfer all copyright in the recordings in exchange for royalties and other considerations.
dr. sebastian omlor is professor of law and director of the institute for comparative law at marburg university school of law at saarland university, germany. he holds a master's degree in eu law (2008) and a phd degree in corporate law (dr. iur., 2009) from saarland university, germany, and a master's degree from nyu school of law (2012).
by david pressman, author of patent it yourself. the new america invents act (aia) makes major changes in the law but it’s not a complete revision of the patent statutes. former patent court judge paul michel said that “many sections are poorly written and ambiguous.”