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35 areas of law
314 What can be the subject of a Copyright?
315 When does a Copyright arise and where is it legal?
316 Who owns the Copyright?
317 Using a Copyright symbol: ©
318 Why register a Copyright?
319 How to register a Copyright
320 Assigning or licensing a Copyright
321 Royalties, tariffs, and other fees
322 Moral rights
323 How long does a Copyright last?
324 Copyright infringement and fair dealing
291 What is Intellectual Property?
325 What is an Industrial Design?
326 Why register an Industrial Design?
327 Using an Industrial Design symbol
328 Pre-registration search
329 What is included in an Industrial Design application?
330 What happens in the application process?
331 How long does an Industrial Design last?
332 Assigning and licensing an Industrial Design
333 Registering your Design in a foreign country
334 Industrial Design infringement
335 Trade Secrets
336 Integrated Circuit Topography
292 What can be Patented?
293 Why obtain a Patent?
294 Using the terms: "Patented", "Patent Pending", "Patent Applied For"
295 Patent Agents
296 Before filing a Patent application
297 What is required in a Patent application?
298 What happens in the application process?
299 How long does Patent protection last?
300 Assigning and licensing a Patent or a Patent application
301 Obtaining a Patent in a foreign country
302 Patent Infringement
303 What can be Trademarked?
304 Why register a Trademark?
305 Using Trademark symbols: ®
306 Does your Trademark qualify for registration?
307 Pre-registration search
308 What is included in a Trademark application?
309 What happens in the registration process?
310 How long does a Trademark last?
311 Assigning or licensing a Trademark
312 Obtaining a Trademark in a foreign country
313 Trademark infringement
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