What’s new? Strategic Novelties in Horizon Europe with Regard to Exploitation
With Horizon Europe, the European Commission has stepped up its efforts to monitor and follow up on sound exploitation strategies more systematically and rigorously. Additional rules have been envisioned to support the standardisation of key technologies, address current and possible future public emergencies, and extend the capacity of beneficiaries in the exploitation of results beyond the project’s end. This infographic outlines the major updates and strategic novelties in Horizon Europe concerning exploitation.
The valuation of intellectual property rights is part of the good management of intellectual property within an organisation. Indeed, knowing the economic value and importance of the intellectual property rights you create and develop is key to the strategic decisions to be taken on the assets, but also facilitates transactions and the commercialisation of your intellectual property rights.
Commercialising IP: Assignment Agreements
An IP assignment is a transfer of ownership of an intellectual property right, such as a patent, trade mark or copyright, from one party (the assignor) to another party (the assignee). This infographic adds together the benefits, risks and the key elements of assignment agreements.
Domain Names and Cybersquatting
While the world wide web serves as a gateway for SMEs, it also provides an ideal platform for infringers to sell counterfeit products and commit fraud. One of the most significant challenges related to internet fraud is cybersquatting. This infographic sums up key IP aspects related to domain name ownership and registration. Plus, it explains the issue of cybersquatting and the available dispute resolution mechanisms that may be used by SMEs to protect their businesses online.
Knowledge Valorisation in Collaborative R&I Projects
Proficient IP management is one of the major facilitators (in fact, prerequisites) of enhanced knowledge valorisation in the context of collaborative R&I projects. This infographic sums up some key strategic considerations to help you tackle central IP questions in your projects.
IP Chart: Copyright
Copyright is the term used to describe the rights that creators have over their literary, artistic and scientific works. To be protectable by copyright, a work must be original, meaning that it should express the creativity of its author. Find out more key facts related to copyright protection in this IP Chart.
IP Chart: Community Design
IP Chart: European Patent
Why should I file a European Patent? What can be protected by a patent? How do I perform novelty searches? This IP Chart answers the most important questions related to the European Patent.
IP Chart: European Trademark
What is protectable as an EU trademark? Who can file an EU trademark application? This IP Chart answers the most important questions related to the European Trademark.Download
IP Chart: International Trademark
How to apply for a trademark under the Madrid System? What are the fees for filing an international trademark application with the WIPO? This IP Chart answers the most important questions related to the International Trademark.
IP Chart: International Design
Where can I obtain international design protection? Who can file the application? What happens after filing the application? This IP Chart answers the most important questions related to the International Design.
IP Chart: International Patent Application
What is a Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) application? Who can file a PCT application? When should I file a PCT application? This IP Chart answers the most important questions related to the International Patent Application.
IP Chart: Community Plant Variety Right
What is protectable as a Community Plant Variety Right (CPVR)? How do I check the availability of a variety denomination? What are the fees? This IP Chart answers the most important questions related to the Community Plant Variety Right.
Trademarks: The Face of Your Business
Trademarks are among the best-known IP rights. They help your costumers to distinguish you and your products from your competitors. This infographic sums up some key information on trademarks in a nutshell - and tells you where to find out more.
IP in Websites
When setting up a website, you should be aware of a couple of potential pitfalls and issues related to IP. This infographic sums up the most important aspects to consider when going online with your webpage.
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