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Microsoft Word - Trade Secrets Bill REPUBLIC OF VANUATU BILL FOR THE TRADE SECRETS ACT NO. (...) The Bill defines what is meant by a trade secret, states that the owner of a trade secret has the right for it to remain undisclosed, and sets out the remedies available to the owner if the trade secret is acquired, used or disclosed without authority. (...) PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS 2. A person who is the owner of a trade secret has the right to that secret remaining undisclosed.
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Score: 1051596.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vut_e/WTACCVUT9A2_LEG_1.pdf
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Microsoft Word - 9. Trade Secrets Act No 52 of 2000 1 REPUBLIC OF VANUATU BILL FOR THE TRADE SECRETS ACT NO. (...) The Bill defines what is meant by a trade secret, states that the owner of a trade secret has the right for it to remain undisclosed, and sets out the remedies available to the owner if the trade secret is acquired, used or disclosed without authority. (...) A person who is the owner of a trade secret has the right to that secret remaining undisclosed.
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Score: 1050460.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vut_e/WTACCVUT9A6_LEG_9.pdf
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WIPO Symposia on Trade Secrets and Innovation The WIPO Symposia on Trade Secrets and Innovation provide fora for exchanging ideas and perspectives on issues relating to the interface between trade secrets and innovation.   (...) Find out more Past event WIPO Symposium on Trade Secrets and Innovation (2019), Geneva WIPO Symposium on Trade Secrets and Innovation May 23 and 24, 2022 Real world examples of trade secrets Trade secrets are a key component of IP portfolios helping businesses protect their secret formulas, know-how and other key information that gives them a competitive edge. Read our real-world trade secret cases for examples of how companies have used trade secrets to protect their intellectual property.
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Score: 1049085.9 - https://www.wipo.int/tradesecrets/en/
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Philippines 25. South Africa SECRET/HS/22 Add. 1-2 TAR/268 SECRET/HS/23 Corr.1 L/7195/Add.3 + + SECRET/HS/24 L/6987/Add.2 SECRET/HS/25 16 January 1989 2 February 1989 25 April 1989 5 January 1990 1 January 1989 1 January 1988 19 October 1988 1 January 1988 12 January 1990 1 January 198926. (...) Bangladesh Chile 31. Israel Document SECRET/HS/27 + Add. 1 L/7195/Add. 1 SECRET/HS/28 L/6987/Add.3 SECRET/HS/29 SECRET/HS/30 + Add.1 L/7195/Add.5 SECRET/HS/31 Date of document 25 January 1990 30 April 1990 6 December 7 August 1990 1991 22 January 1992 Date of HS implemen- tation 1 January 1991 1 January 1988 1 July 1 January 1988 1990 1 January 1988 32. (...) Romania 35. India 36. Argentina SECRET/HS/32 L/7195/Add.2 SECRET/HS/33 + Add. 1 L/7195/Add.4 SECRET/HS/34 TAR/226 Let/1911 TAR/232 L/7463/Add.2 SECRET/HS/35 4 March 1992 22 May 1992 10 June 7 July 8 August 26 October 7 July 6 December 1992 1993 1994 1993 1994 1993 1 January 1991 1 January 1992 1 January 1992 28 February 1986 t January 1992 SECRET/HS/36 SECRET/HS/37 3 June 1994 20 June 1994 37. 38.
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Score: 1047581.5 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91810211.pdf
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Press the Ctrl + F keys of the keyboard to search for text in the list SYMBOL TITLE DATE SCM/1 Committee on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures - Information on Implementation and Administration of
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Score: 1046301.3 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/s.htm
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Microsoft Word - 30. Trade Secrets Act No 52 of 2000 1 REPUBLIC OF VANUATU Assent 29 December 2000 Commencement TRADE SECRETS ACT NO. 52 OF 2000 Arrangement of sections 1. Interpretation 2. Protection of trade secrets 3. Remedy of owner 4. Jurisdiction of Courts 5. (...) A person who is the owner of a trade secret has the right to that secret remaining undisclosed.
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Score: 1044330.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vut_e/WTACCVUT14_LEG_30.pdf
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Other secret information irrelevant to business activities, such as personal status, State management, and security and national defense secrets, shall not be protected in the name of business secrets. (...) In cases where the contractual parties agree to transfer only the right to use the business secret (business secret license), the transferee shall be obliged to take the necessary secret-keeping measures as required by the transferor. (...) Chapter III THE PROTECTION OF INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY RIGHTS TO BUSINESS SECRETS, GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS AND TRADE NAMES Article 18: Acts of infringing industrial property rights to business secretsActs of infringing industrial property rights to business secrets include: Accessing or gathering information on business secrets by taking acts against the secret-keeping measures of legitimate owners of such business secrets; Disclosing or using information on business secrets without the authorisation of owners of such business secrets; Breaching contracts on secret-keeping measures or deceiving or abusing the trust of persons in charge of secret-keeping, or abusing the trust of the owners of business secrets to access, to gather or to disclose information on such business secrets; Accessing or gathering secret business information which is submitted by others under the procedures for the approval of business-related licenses or the acquisition of permission for product circulation - especially for pharmaceuticals and agro-chemical products or taking acts against the secret-keeping measures of administrative agencies, or using such information for business purposes, including the purpose of obtaining business-related licenses or licenses for product circulation.
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Score: 1040774.4 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM33A1_LEG_3.pdf
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Objectives Article 2: The objectives of this Law are to protect trade secrets by prohibiting the acquisition, use or disclosure of those secrets through misappropriation.     Chapter Two Trade Secrets    Trade Secrets Article 3: 1. For purposes of this Law, any information will be considered a trade secret if: 1) It is secret in the sense that it is not, as a whole or in the precise way the components are put together, generally known among, or readily accessible to, persons within the circles that normally deal with the kind of information in question; 2) It has commercial value because it is a secret; and 3) It has been subject to reasonable steps under the circumstances, by the person lawfully in control of the information, to keep it secret. 2. (...) The courts have the authority to enjoin misappropriation of trade secrets. 2. In appropriate circumstances, the courts may order affirmative acts to protect trade secrets. 3.
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Score: 1039941 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/afg_e/WTACCAFG25_LEG_1.pdf
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Secrets d’affaires rows search Services de P.I. Services de P.I. (...) Français عربي English Español Русский 中文 Recherche Accueil À propos de la propriété intellectuelle Secrets d’affaires Sur cette page Les secrets d’affaires en pratique Lois et traités Liens Secrets d’affaires Qu’est-ce qu’un secret d’affaires? (...) Voir la liste complète des questions fréquemment posées sur les secrets d’affaires . Fermer Vidéo: Qu’est-ce qu’un secret d’affaires?
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Score: 1035148.5 - https://www.wipo.int/tradesecrets/fr/
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CHAPTER II Industrial Property Rights With Respect to Trade Secrets, Geographical Instructions and Trade Names Article 6 Trade secrets 1. (...) Article 7 Owners of industrial property rights with respect to trade secrets 1. An owner of industrial property rights with respect to trade secrets shall be any organization or individual having invested in the creation or acquisition of investment achievements being trade secrets. 2. (...) To disclose or use information being trade secrets without the permission of the owner of such trade secrets; 3.
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Score: 1033727.5 - https://www.wto.org/english/th..._e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM28_LEG_17.pdf
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