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Hyunwoo Yuk Next steps towards commercialization While the startup is some time from being able to sign commercial deals, Hyunwoo Yuk says Asia and the United States will be potential big markets. (...) Hyunwoo Yuk on the importance of intellectual property How is intellectual property important to your business? (...) Disclaimer The WIPO Magazine is intended to help broaden public understanding of intellectual property and of WIPO’s work, and is not an official document of WIPO.
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Score: 1049213.7 - https://www.wipo.int/wipo_maga...e/en/2022/01/article_0004.html
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It will identify the changing business investment case being driven by responses to uncertainty and the desire to transfer risk down the commercial development chain. The presentation will identify key risk factors. (...) Whether by serendipitous discovery, or through directed research, commercially valuable discoveries will be commercialised. (...) For example premature publication of research may damage the creation of intellectual property (IP). Poor taxonomy of the marine source organism may destroy IP.
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Score: 1048919.8 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/c...ocuments/8_abstract_burton.pdf
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“Business identifier” means any distinctive sign and shall include any mark, business symbol, trade name or emblem used by an enterprise to convey, in the course of industrial or commercial activities, a particular commercial identity or commercial origin with respect to an enterprise or the products produced or the services rendered by that enterprise. (...) Duties of the Deputy Director for Industrial Property The Deputy Director for Industrial Property shall head the Industrial Property Department, responsible for the protection of industrial property rights which shall include technical creative work (innovation) such as patents and utility models, designs (industrial designs), marks, (trademarks), geographical indications and appellation of origin and layout-designs (topography) of integrated circuits. Without limiting the generality of this paragraph, the Deputy Director for Industrial Property shall specifically: a) assist the Director General in the operation of LIPO in matters relating to industrial property; b) serve the interest of inventors and businesses with respect to their inventions and corporate products and service identification; c) develop the Industrial Property Electronic Registration, Recordation System; d) maintain files of Liberians and foreign patents and registration of other industrial property; e) advise and assist other agencies of government in matters involving industrial property; f) develop regulations covering industrial property for approval by the Director General; g) conduct hearings on industrial property matters, and report to the Director General; h) perform such other functions relating to intellectual property as are incidental to the position of a director of industrial property office. -14- §5.9.
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Score: 1048046.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/lbr_e/WTACCLBR12_LEG_1.pdf
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It is an important development, since it will be the first time that the TRIPS Council discusses intellectual property issues in the context of public health.  2. (...) back to top Relevance of intellectual property   7. The EC and their member States consider that intellectual property rights provide an essential stimulus for creativity and innovation. (...) This margin enables them to set up an intellectual property regime that meets their policy needs and is capable of responding to public health concerns.
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Score: 1047377.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr..._e/trips_e/paper_eu_w280_e.htm
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These expected commercial advantages may relate to cost reduction and/or retaining or increasing profits. (...) Should such an analysis exist and be documented it may be helpful (as well as any other financial and commercial data relevant to the restructuring) to determine the existence of the underlying commercial rationale triggering the restructuring. (...) That is, there may be a commercial counterpart to the business restructuring.
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Score: 1047220.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...cturings_20161124_v7_clean.pdf
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Infringement 14. Innocent commercial exploitation 15. Copying for private use 16. (...) Evaluation and analysis 18. Commercial exploitation of layout previously exploited under licence 19. (...) NATURE OF EL RIGHTS 11. (1) The owner of the EL rights in an eligible layout has the following exclusive rights during the protection period of the layout: (a) to copy the layout, directly or indirectly, in a material form; and (b) to make an integrated circuit in accordance with the layout or a copy of the layout; and (c) to exploit the layout commercially in Vanuatu. (2) EL rights are personal property.
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Score: 1046519.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vut_e/WTACCVUT14_LEG_27.pdf
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Infringement 14. Innocent commercial exploitation 15. Copying for private use 16. (...) Evaluation and analysis 18. Commercial exploitation of layout previously exploited under licence 19. (...) NATURE OF EL RIGHTS 11. (1) The owner of the EL rights in an eligible layout has the following exclusive rights during the protection period of the layout: (a) to copy the layout, directly or indirectly, in a material form; and (b) to make an integrated circuit in accordance with the layout or a copy of the layout; and (c) to exploit the layout commercially in Vanuatu. (2) EL rights are personal property.
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Score: 1046519.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vut_e/WTACCVUT9A6_LEG_7.pdf
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As the organizational type moved toward increasing commercialization, the data suggests that priorities begin to invert as the public interest and intellectual property protection diminished in importance, while the number of domain name registrations increased in priority. (...) Speed of Registration In keeping with their more commercial approach, it comes as little surprise to find that countries with commercial ccTLDs are more likely to offer immediate online registrations than their public counterparts. (...) θ Local commercial arbitration providers θ International commercial arbitration providers θ ccTLD conducts its own θ Government or non-profit service G.
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Score: 1045925.8 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...contributions/ccTLD-KL-003.pdf
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Every year, counterfeit and pirated goods cause billions of dollars worth of damage to UNECE economies, in part because consumers and law enforcement agencies see intellectual property theft as a minor problem. It is therefore important to raise awareness about the key role which intellectual property rights can play in driving innovation and about how wide-spread intellectual property theft can undermine this process. (...) In his keynote speech, Mark Anderson of Dolby Laboratories remarked that his company often refrained from commercializing technologies resulting from university research because the researchers fail to protect the underlying intellectual property properly. (...) Speaking on the need to curb intellectual property theft, Hansueli Stamm of the Swiss Institute for Intellectual Property explained that “measures should not only address the supply-side of the problem.
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Score: 1045026.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2010/10ecid_p07e.htm
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Sustainable Air-Conditioning and Water Heating/Cooling Systems of Seaside Commercial Buildings Using Seawater Sustainable Development Goals Addressed 1 Organization, Institution or Company The Victoria and Albert Waterfront (V&A) is jointly owned by Growthpoint Properties Limited and the Government Employees Pension Fund (GEPF), represented by the Public Investment Corporation Limited (PIC). (...) The V&A Waterfront is a 123-hectare mixed-use residential and commercial property development which caters to both local and international visitors. (...) International and national experts were commissioned to design and build a seawater district heating and cooling system for several commercial buildings, including the Museum, hotels and luxury apartment and office buildings.
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Score: 1043952.7 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...l_buildings_using_seawater.pdf
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