Intellectual Property Law Online
Intellectual property refers to the intangible property resulting from the minds creativity. In a more specific sense, it applies to copyrights, patents, trademarks and other intellectual products of value.
Intellectual property is two fold: a balance between financial rewards as a result of exclusivity and the promotion of new ideas to facilitate further creation. On one hand, it can be viewed as a contradiction between the rewards of creativity and the development of new ones. On the other hand, it can be viewed as an equally compelling contradiction between ownership of creativity and the freedom of self-expression without restriction.
statues related to intellectual property Law
- Trade Marks Act
- Copyright Act
- Jamaica Intellectual Property Office Act
- Patents Act
- Designs Act
cases related to intellectual property law
- Lane Pettigrew Karp (A Firm) Vs. Clifton Yap Architects (A Firm)
- Guinness Jamaica Limited Vs. General Foods Corporation
- Mcdonald's Corporation Ltd. & Vincent Chang Vs. Mcdonald's Corporation
- Jamaica Lottery Company Limited Vs. Supreme Ventures Limited, Paul Hoo, Ian Levy & Peter Stewart
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