A Trademark which represents that a product or service complies with certain standards or technical specifications, particularly those regarding quality, type, material and methodology used.
Part of a Patent application or specification. Defines the matter for which protection is sought in terms of technical features.
This means that the computer programme code is hidden, i.e. there are no possibilities to be modified. In general, an escrow agreement is performed so that it is available for the client.
Agreements in which the two different IPR's holders defines the use and scope of each IPR.
Used to identify the goods and/or services of members of a specific entity.
Copyright is the exclusive legal right granted to the author of a literary, musical, artistic or scientific work to publish, reproduce, sell or distribute said work or to authorise a third party to do so. The protection granted by Copyright covers the tangible expression of the ideas. Therefore, ideas or concepts themselves are not protected.
The imitation of a genuine article with the intention of defrauding and making a profit from it.
It is the action of registering as a Domain Name, a Trademark's name of other person that is already registered. The term is frequently used to describe many different forms of bad faith. The common example of Cybersquatting is adding a generic term to a registered Trademak.