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Pre-Module Assignment -Business Planning and Intellectual Property Rights
Intellectual Property Rights
WIPO INTELLECTUALPROPERTY HANDBOOK
Pages: 174-21; 33-46; 50-52; 67-75; 90-99; 112-113; 120-124
You found a new mathematic method how to optimize and calculate the success of a certain business by using algorithms and highly complicated mathematical functions.
A certain protection of your invention was rejected, justify why.
How can you protect your intellection property despite this rejection?
What are the fundamental requirements of an invention to be patented?
What is the meaning of the “inventive step” when patenting a novelty?
Who can grant non-voluntary license of a patent and what are the rights of the patent holder?
Galactica was produced in the wake of the success of the 1977 film Star Wars. And sci-fi author Jerry Pournelle, starring on a guest panel in This Week in Teck (episode 223), explains that “20th Century Fox sued Universal Studios (the studio behind Battlestar Galactica) for copyright infringement, claiming that it had stolen 34 distinct ideas from Star Wars.
Don’t go into details of the case, just give your answer based on the sentence above: Who would have won the case and why?
Who has protectable interest in copyrights? Create a list of possible right holders.
Have you received a letter from your Internet Service Provider (ISP) regarding music copyright infringement?
If so, what are the consequences?
What are the main Criteria of Protectability of a trademark?
Which trademark enjoys the protection from which date on:
Trademark A used since 1997 and registered in 2009
Trademark B used since 2001 and never been registered
Trademark C registered in 2010 and never been used
Have a look at the trademark:
And at this screenshot:
As you can see, besides Emerson two more businesses use the slogan “Consider it solved”
Do you think there is an infringement of Emerson’s trademark? Justify your decision and arguments.
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