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Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property

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Intellectual Property

The Intellectual property (IP) is expanding at a rapid rate. Technically, intellectual property means the output of innovation and creativity that is written, painted, and made in order to be eligible for protection under the law. Moreover, many businesses and individuals are constantly focusing on creating intellectual property. These professionals are expert in management and procedure and have complete knowledge about the patent laws and trends and trademarks. There main objective is to make sure that the patents are registered quickly. 


Table of Contents

Copyright

Patents

Trademarks

Learning Geographical Indications of Goods

Learning Industrial Designs

Protection of undisclosed information

Control of Anti-Competitive Practices in Contractual Licenses

Learning IPR in the 21ST Century

Intellectual Property FAQs

The Intellectual property (IP) is expanding at a rapid rate. Technically, intellectual property means the output of innovation and creativity that is written, painted, and made in order to be eligible for protection under the law. Moreover, many businesses and individuals are constantly focusing on creating intellectual property. These professionals are expert in management and procedure and have complete knowledge about the patent laws and trends and trademarks. There main objective is to make sure that the patents are registered quickly. 

Anyone with a high school degree with a minimum aggregate score of 50 percent and graduation from a recognised university is required to take this exam. Moreover, anyone interested in intellectual property laws profession can take this exam to gain knowledge of this field.

Communication skills

Interpersonal skills

Critical thinking

Problem-solving and decision-making

Knowledge of case laws

Competition law

Audits and valuation

Corporate law

Investigation and enforcement advisory

Media, fashion, and sports

Copyright

Patents

Trademarks

Learning Geographical Indications of Goods

Learning Industrial Designs

Protection of undisclosed information

Control of Anti-Competitive Practices in Contractual Licenses

Learning IPR in the 21ST Century

 

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