data protection

Who Gave Away Your Firm’s IP Today?

by PaulSimms on January 17, 2014

It Might Have Been You Every firm, company, organisation or body owns intellectual property and proprietary information. This is the stuff hackers and cyber criminals crave as much as your bank account details and PIN numbers, yet we seem amazingly cavalier about governing what may happen to it outside of our defended network. How many […]

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In applying for a trademark registration, there are certain factors that can spell rejection or approval. Based on the Chinese trademark law, qualified elements for trademark registration are, any visual symbols able to identify the products and services of a legal person or company from others within the market. These symbols include words, letters, figures […]

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Personal data and fraud scams

by evolvedlegal on May 4, 2012

It’s always worth remembering that personal data is a huge part of IP, just as much as copyright, passing off or trademark rights. In fact many would say that privacy rights and data protection are even more important. In the internet age, whether we realise it or remember it, a huge amount of data on […]

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