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Novelty of Design Article 3 A product design shall be deemed new if it is not identical to any design available to the public in the Republic of Croatia before the date of filing the application or, if priority is claimed, before the recognized date of priority. 3 Individual Character of Design Article 4 (1) A product design shall be deemed to have individual character if the overall impression it produces on the informed user of the product substantially differs from the overall impression produced on such a user by any design which was previously available to the public in the Republic of Croatia. (2) A product design shall not be deemed to have individual character for the sole reason that it relates to other products. (3) In assessing individual character of a product design, the degree of freedom of the designer in creating (developing) the new product design shall be taken into consideration. (...) Part Three EFFECTS OF AN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN RIGHT Moral Rights of the Designer Article 30 (1) The designer shall always have the right to be specified as the designer of the industrial design in all documents and public presentations, irrespective of the fact that he is not the applicant nor the holder of the industrial design right. (2) The transfer or waiver of the right referred to in the preceding paragraph shall be deemed null and void. (3) If several designers have jointly created an industrial design, all designers shall have equal right to the title of the designer of the industrial design, no matter what their contribution to the creation of the industrial design may have been, so that all of them must be specified, unless otherwise agreed and confirmed in writing. (...) Part Five ACQUISITION, DURATION, MAINTENANCE AND TERMINATION OF AN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN VALIDITY Acquisition of an Industrial Design Right Article 39 (1) An industrial design right shall be acquired by a decision on the grant of the right and by the entry of the industrial design in the register. 15 (2) An industrial design right shall be valid as from the date of filing the industrial design application. (3) The date of entry of the industrial design in the register shall be the same as the date of making the decision on the grant of the industrial design right.
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Score: 403061.3 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/hrv_e/WTACCHRV48A2_LEG_2.pdf
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Design Assembly”, coordinated by the Cité of Design in Saint-Étienne, aimed at analysing the strengths and weaknesses of the French design ecosystem, in order to outline a national comprehensive strategy for French design. On 11 December 2019, a group of design professionals presented their proposals, following the themes of the six working groups launched in April 2019: Valuing design; Integrating design into corporate strategies; Design and training; Design in public policies; Sustainability and engagement in the international design policy; Structuring the design ecosystem. (...) When: 30 Apr 2015 to 31 May 2015 Know more Design Assembly 2019: Designing sustainability in the French ecosystem About: In December 2019, Saint-Étienne, a Creative City of Design in...
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Score: 402920.07 - https://en.unesco.org/creative...ustainability-french-ecosystem
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Design Author Rights Article 39 Author of the design shall have moral and economic rights. (...) Where the author of the design is not the holder of the design right, the form of the economic benefit deriving from the utilization of the design, enjoyed by the author of the protected design shall be regulated by the contract between the holder of the design right and the design author. Scope of the Design Right Article 40 Scope of the design right that is obtained based on the recognized design shall be determined by the content of the design description that is based on the submitted depiction.
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Score: 402630.62 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/cgr_e/WTACCCGR24A1_LEG_5.pdf
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Design Author Rights Article 39 Author of the design shall have moral and economic rights. (...) Where the author of the design is not the holder of the design right, the form of the economic benefit deriving from the utilization of the design, enjoyed by the author of the protected design shall be regulated by the contract between the holder of the design right and the design author. Scope of the Design Right Article 40 Scope of the design right that is obtained based on the recognized design shall be determined by the content of the design description that is based on the submitted depiction.
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Score: 402630.62 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/cgr_e/WTACCCGR3A2_LEG_4.pdf
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For the very first time in Europe, it presented a panorama of Chinese design through history and cities: Design in the Past: the Road to Chinese Design; Design in the Present: a blooming Chinese design; Design for the Future: Shenzhen-ness, Shanghai Future Lifestyle, city, citizens, creators, transportation design in Wuhan, smart city in Beijing. (...) Chairmen of Red Star Awards and Design Intelligence Award, designers working between France and China, deans of Design Colleges, sinologists, also participated in the event. (...) Related Links:  Website of Saint-Étienne 11th International Design Biennial Video of Saint-Étienne 11th International Design Biennial (EN) Video of Saint-Étienne 11th International Design Biennial (CN) Related Events Saint-Étienne and Seoul design the designers of tomorrow About: Saint-Étienne and Seoul lead together the “Designing...
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Score: 402447.02 - https://en.unesco.org/creative-cities/node/1486
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PART 1 - PRELIMINARY This Part contains definitions and terms that are used frequently throughout this Bill. PART 2 - DESIGNS AND DESIGN RIGHTS This Part explains what is a design and sets out the rights given by this Act to the registered owner and any authorised user of a registered design, such as the right to exclusive use of the design. (...) The Part also deals with removal of a design from the Register for non-use of the design. (...) This Part also deals with the recording of the rights and interests that persons (other than registered owners) may have in registered designs or designs whose registration is being sought. 3 PART 9 - INFRINGEMENT OF DESIGNS This Part sets out what constitutes an infringement of a design, such as using a design that is substantially similar to a registered design, or using a registered design without the consent of the registered owner of the design.
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Score: 402174.46 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../vut_e/WTACCVUT9A6_LEG_11B.pdf
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DRAFT INDUSTRIAL DESIGNS ACT, 2014 INDUSTRIAL DESIGNS ACT It is enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Republic of Liberia in Legislature Assembled: PART I PRELIMINARY PROVISIONS §1.1. (...) Registrable Industrial Designs (a) An industrial design is registrable if it is independently created and new or original. (...) Right to Registration of Industrial Design; Naming of Designer (a) The right to registration of an industrial design shall belong to the designer.
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Score: 402108.15 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/lbr_e/WTACCLBR10_LEG_11.pdf
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News Release Embargoed until April 12, 2018 at 5:00PM EST Design Core Detroit Releases City of Design Action Plan to Help Drive Inclusive Growth in Detroit More than 50 partners to contribute projects to position Detroit as a global leader in the practice of inclusive design (DETROIT – April 12, 2018) Design Core Detroit, formerly Detroit Creative Corridor Center, has unveiled the Detroit City of Design Action Plan, which aims to drive inclusive growth through 2025. (...) About Design Core Detroit Design Core Detroit champions design-driven businesses and their role in strengthening Detroit’s economy. It offers services to strengthen, grow and attract design businesses, increases market demand for design services, and tells Detroit’s design story locally and globally.
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Score: 402081.23 - https://en.unesco.org/creative...city_of_design_action_plan.pdf
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For the very first time in Europe, it presented a panorama of Chinese design through history and cities: Design in the Past: the Road to Chinese Design; Design in the Present: a blooming Chinese design; Design for the Future: Shenzhen-ness, Shanghai Future Lifestyle, city, citizens, creators, transportation design in Wuhan, smart city in Beijing. (...) Chairmen of Red Star Awards and Design Intelligence Award, designers working between France and China, deans of Design Colleges, sinologists, also participated in the event. (...) Themed around “Cooperation and Impact”, the UNESCO’s Cities of Design Forum , organized by the Cité du Design, gathered on 21 and 22 March, representative of UNESCO Creative Cities of Design, policy makers and designers to reflect on how design can serve as a strategic lever to build common grounds for cooperation, and economic and cultural exchange.
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Score: 402071.5 - https://en.unesco.org/creative...9-featuring-china-guest-honour
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Annual Conferences Management documents Reporting & monitoring Use of the logo Cities Response to COVID-19 Media and Interviews Contact Join the Network Call for Applications Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19 Design Assembly 2019: Designing sustainability in the French ecosystem Saint-Étienne Design Design Assembly 2019: Designing sustainability in the French ecosystem When:  Wed, 12/11/2019 In December 2019, Saint-Étienne, a Creative City of Design in France, presented the outcomes of national programme “Design Assembly” to the French Ministry of Economy and Finance and the Ministry of Culture. “Design Assembly”, coordinated by the Cité of Design in Saint-Étienne, aimed at analysing the strengths and weaknesses of the French design ecosystem, in order to outline a national comprehensive strategy for French design. On 11 December 2019, a group of design professionals presented their proposals, following the themes of the six working groups launched in April 2019: Valuing design; Integrating design into corporate strategies; Design and training; Design in public policies; Sustainability and engagement in the international design policy; Structuring the design ecosystem.
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Score: 401994.56 - https://en.unesco.org/creative-cities/node/1676
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