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Entries Categorized: Intellectual Property (22)

 

 

Below you'll find a list of all entries that have been categorized as Intellectual Property

 

 

Assignment

Definition of Assignment In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Assignment : 1. The transfer of a *chose in action by one person (the assignor) to another (the assignee). By the rules of the common law, this was not permissible. If, for example, A was owed a [...]

Categories: A, Business Law, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Contract Formation , Criminal law, Intellectual Property, Legislation, su1, and Y. Tags: AS, Copyright, Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property Law, Legal Practice Terms, and Partner Relations.



Bare Licensee

Definition of Bare Licensee In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Bare Licensee : A person who uses or occupies land by permission of the owner but has no legal or equitable interest in it. Such permission is personal to him; thus he cannot transfer it. He [...]

Categories: B, Commercial Law, Intellectual Property, and su1. Tags: BA, Intellectual Property Law, Licensing Law, and Short Read.



Conveyancing

Definition of Conveyancing In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Conveyancing : The procedures involved in validly creating, extinguishing, and transferring ownership of interests in land. Only a practising solicitor or *licensed conveyancer may charge a fee [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, C, Commercial Law, Environmental Law, Intellectual Property, and su1. Tags: CO, Environment, Environmental Law, Financial Law, Intellectual Property Law, Licensing Law, Mortgages, Planning Law, and Urban.



Copyright

Definition of Copyright In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Copyright : The exclusive right to reproduce or authorize others to reproduce artistic, dramatic, literary, or musical works. It is conferred by the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, which [...]

Categories: Business Law, C, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Criminal law, Intellectual Property, Legislation, su1, and Y. Tags: CO, Copyright, Crown, Cyber Law, Cybersecurity, Data Protection, Featured, Intellectual Property, and Intellectual Property Law.



Data

Diversity data in relation with the Courts and Tribunals in England The Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC), a non-departmental public body, publishes a bulletin of Official Statistics, covering the diversity profile of selection exercises twice a year. The period 1 April 2014 to 30 [...]

Categories: Business Law, D, Intellectual Property, Judiciary, and su1. Tags: Cyber Law, Cybersecurity, Data Protection, DI, and Intellectual Property Law.



Database

Definition of Database In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Database : An organized collection of information held on a computer. Databases are usually protected by *copyright in the UK under the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 and the EU Directive [...]

Categories: Business Law, D, Intellectual Property, and su1. Tags: DA, Intellectual Property Law, and Short Read.



Entertainment

Entertainment building in the Building (Scotland) Act 2003 Meaning of Entertainment building in the context of the Building (Scotland) Act 2003: a place of entertainment or recreation other than sports stadia, including bingo halls, broadcasting, recording and film studios open to the public, [...]

Categories: Commercial Law, E, Intellectual Property, and su1. Tags: Buildings, Club Law, EN, Intellectual Property Law, Licensing Law, Real Estate, and Short Read.



Exhaustion of Rights

Definition of Exhaustion of Rights In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Exhaustion of Rights : A free-trade principle which holds that, once goods are put on the market, owners of *intellectual property rights in those goods, who made the goods or allowed [...]

Categories: E, Intellectual Property, and su1. Tags: Copyright, EX, Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property Law, and Short Read.



Grant

Definition of Grant In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Grant : 1. The creation or transfer of the ownership of property (e.g. an estate or interest in land) by written instrument; for example, the grant of a lease. (See also lie in grant). 2. A [...]

Categories: Business Law, Civil Law, G, Intellectual Property, and su1. Tags: GR, Intellectual Property Law, and Property.



Hacking

Definition of Hacking In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Hacking : Gaining unauthorized access to a computer system. This is a summary offence under the Computer Misuse Act 1990. Under this Act it is also an offence, triable summarily or on indictment, to [...]

Categories: Business Law, H, Intellectual Property, and su1. Tags: Cyber Law, Cybersecurity, Data Protection, HA, Intellectual Property Law, and Short Read.



Intellectual Property Rights

Intellectual Property Rights in Contract Formation It is often advisable to include this term in any contract. In Pinsent Mason's words:Many commercial contracts include a clause stating who will own the intellectual property rights to any products provided under the contracts. This clause [...]

Categories: Contract Formation , I, Intellectual Property, and su1. Tags: IN and Short Read.



List of England and Wales Case Law Reports

England and Wales Primary Case Law Series England and Wales Primary Case Law The most authoritative current report series including the ICLR series and the All England Reports as well as historical series. , Coverage, Publisher, Full Text Available at:, , , , , [...]

Categories: Administrative Law, Cases, Intellectual Property, L, Legal Resources, Procedures, and su1. Tags: Courts, Legal research, Legislation, LI, and List of.



List of Law Journal Articles Publication Frequency

List of Legal Periodicals´ Articles Publication Frequency Title, Publication Frequency, American Business Law Journal, Quarterly, American Law and Economics Review, 2 issues per annum, Bar Review, 6 issues per annum, British Journal of Criminology, 6 issues per [...]

Categories: Cases, Intellectual Property, L, Legal Resources, and su1. Tags: Legal research and LI.



Patent

Concept of Patent The following is an old definition of Patent [1], a term which has several meanings:1 (1) Open to inspection; not closed by sealing. Grants by the king of lands, honors, liberties, franchises, etc., are contained in charters or letters-patent, that is, open letters: not [...]

Categories: Commercial Law, Intellectual Property, P, and su1. Tags: Intellectual Property Law, Licensing Law, Long Read, and PA.



Real Estate License

Most Popular Entries related to Real Estate License Real Estate Law (in the United Kingdom) Property Law (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Career (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law Terms (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate Law School (in the United Kingdom) Real Estate [...]

Categories: Commercial Law, Intellectual Property, R, and su1. Tags: Intellectual Property Law, Licensing Law, Most Popular, RE, and Real Estate Law.



Royalty

Meaning of Royalty The following is an old definition of Royalty [1]: A prerogative or superiority of the king; also, the amount due to the lessor of a mine. See Mines. In modern usage, a sumpaid by one who uses the patent of another, at a certain rate for each article manufactured; also, the [...]

Categories: Business Law, Intellectual Property, R, and su1. Tags: Intellectual Property Law, RO, and Short Read.



Trade-mark

Meaning of Trade-mark The following is an old definition of Trade-mark [1]: A mark by which one's wares are known in trade. A word, mark, or device adopted by a manufacturer or vendor to distinguish his production from other productions of the same article. Every one is at liberty to affix to [...]

Categories: Business Law, Intellectual Property, su1, and T. Tags: Intellectual Property Law, Long Read, and TR.