KIIZA SMITH & MAGUMBA INNOCENT, Teeparkots Inc. Publishers
PRINCIPLES OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW BY KIIZA SMITH AND MAGUMBA INNOCENT
ALL ABOUT COPYRIGHTS LAWS, PATENTS, TRADEMARKS etc.
- 23186 Words
- No Age Recommendation
Giving, touching other’s lives through creativity, expanding the circle of our concern to include others through creativity, being authentic, and being always open to receiving from your own creativity alone as well as permitting others. That’s not just a creativity owner’s tale – it’s a good description of many of the most amazing people/creatives owners and lawyers I’ve encountered.
And while they may live and work in different fields of creatives and countries, they all share the same core giving philosophy full ownership over their contents. This book captures that philosophy and shows that it is more than a fable, a parable, or pipe dream to have full rights over your own creativity. It’s real-a path that creatives can follow in their creativity lives.
People want to believe that this is the way the world can work: that living with a talent isn’t just a nice goal but that it can be a way of life earning, and can lead to a life that is full, rich and fulfilling. But then without understanding the intellectual property rights, is too often, we feel pressured by the voices (both external and internal) to make this book.
Intellectual property rights are legal monopolies that are intended to reward the owner of the rights for an achievement in creating the innovative product.
Such monopolies are important in giving the owner of IP rights an opportunity to make profit from such endeavor and also to get back the resources that have been used in making such a development. [more]
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