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How China and Pakistan Can Benefit From a Common Interests Initiative on Intellectual Property


Waqas Ghazi

How China and Pakistan Can Benefit From a Common Interests Initiative on Intellectual Property

How China and Pakistan Can Benefit From a Common Interests Initiative on Intellectual Property Given the broad scope of the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), it is inevitable that the question of

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Protecting Intellectual Property For Startups

Protecting Intellectual Property For Startups Daftarkhwan recently kicked-off its first ‘DK Insights’ session. Aimed at helping its member community hone its entrepreneurial skills and developing the exciting ideas that exist within the

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Bilal Channah

Patents And Trade Secrets In The Food Industry

Patents And Trade Secrets In The Food Industry The concept of intellectual property (IP) is based on the rationale of legally protecting products, results and ideas created by human, intellectual and commercial


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Job Opportunity: Officer – OSPR, LUMS

Job Opportunity: Officer – OSPR (Office of Sponsored Programmes and Research), Lahore University of Management Sciences Job Description Responsibilities: Position Purpose: To manage all Intellectual Property (IP) related matters, including patent filing

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How To Series (Session 2) For Young Lawyers And Law Students

How To Series (Session 2) For Young Lawyers And Law Students The Lahore Education And Research Network in association with Pakistan College of Law successfully conducted the 2nd session of the LEARN-PCL


Ehtisham Qadir

Copyright Laws and Regulations in the UK and EU

Copyright Laws and Regulations in the UK and EU “Copyright law has been drafted with an analogue world in mind, and has not been able to cope adequately with the digital era.

Nestlé’s Kit Kat Not Able to Register It’s Three-Dimensional Shape as Trademark

Nestlé’s Kit Kat Not Able to Register It’s Three-Dimensional Shape as Trademark  Nestlé’s attempt to trademark its classic four-finger chocolate is at odds with European Union law. Nestlé believes that since, over time, the