Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights

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Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights

  1. 1. Intellectual Property Jamil Khatib
  2. 2. Why IP protection
  3. 3. Types of IPR • Copyright • Patents • Trade Mark • Trade Secrets
  4. 4. Copyright
  5. 5. What to Copyright • Literary works • Musical works • Graphic, and sculptural works • Motion and video • Sound recordings • Architectural works
  6. 6. Why Copyright • Reproduce the work • Prepare derivative works • Distribute copies • Perform the work • Display the work publicly • Transmit sound recording digitally
  7. 7. How to Copyright • Copyright Note • © Author Name, Year
  8. 8. Patent • A right granted by the government • To prevent others from selling, making or using your invention • For a period of Time (around 20 years)
  9. 9. Why Patent an Invention • Exclusive Control • Prevent others from copying it • Commercialize the invention • Demonstration of talent
  10. 10. What to patent • Man-Made • Process or method • Designs • Structure • (Software Programs!!!)
  11. 11. How to Patent • Patent Office • • • Patent Application
  12. 12. Patents Problems • Time
  13. 13. Paten Problem • Check
  14. 14. Tips • Check other inventions • Document your invention and all steps
  15. 15. Conditions Non-obvious, IEEE spectrum: Oct2007, pp53-54 • • Electronics versions of previously known mechanical devices • Unobvious if went against the conventional thinking in the field Unobvious is any combination of old elements that work together in • an unexpected manner • Unobvious if something pieced together from prior art is not obvious if the construction of the pieces had to be changed to make them fit. Download the Ipod Photo from IEEE spectrum •
  16. 16. Jamil Khatib • • khatib@ieee.org • www.handasarabia.org/jamil

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