Dissertations on Intellectual Property Law
Intellectual Property (IP) law is a specialist field of law dealing with the ownership and protection of creative works such as inventions, designs, brands, music etc. Protection methods include patents, copyrights, and trademarks.
Latest Intellectual Property Law Dissertations
Including full dissertations, proposals, individual dissertation chapters, and study guides for students working on their undergraduate or masters dissertation.
Dissertation on Pharmaceutical Industry Patent Reforms
Based on a patent search and literature research, this study carefully analyses the impact of recent reforms in the patent applications from pharmaceutical industry in China....
Last modified: 15th Nov 2021
Literature Review on Intellectual Property Rights
Example Literature Reviews
The way IPR is protected from one country to another differentiates to a large extent. From the economists view point, IPR protection represents a transaction between the profits of innovation and the costs of superiority....
Last modified: 27th Oct 2021
Islamic Law and Arbitration Of IP Cases
The aim of this dissertation is to examine whether Islamic legal principles in fact had an impact on development of arbitration and intellectual property law in Jordan....
Last modified: 7th Jun 2021
Analysis of Singapore's Intellectual Property Laws
The Issue of Intellectual Property Protection From the previous assignment, we have look into the cases involving McDonald Corporation and Future Enterprise PTE LTD, we have also introduced the basic...
Last modified: 12th Dec 2019
Protection of TCEs with Intellectual Property Rights
Table of content I. Intellectual Property 1. Copyright 2. Trademark II. The protection of TCEs with IPRs 1. The protection of TCEs with Copyright 1.1. Legal protection with Copyright Act 1.2 Li...
Last modified: 10th Dec 2019
Blockchain Technology and Intellectual Property in the Fashion Industry
In addition, if a mark is licensed, smart contracts could include the contiguous information such as if the mark has been licensed in whole or in part, for all or for some of the specified goods, or ...
Last modified: 9th Dec 2019
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