A trademark distinguishes your products and services from those of your competitors. Trademarks can comprise one or more words, a design or a combination of these. It may also be packaging of goods slogans, sound or scent.
Patents give the patentee the exclusive right to use, and license others to use, the patented invention. They also encourage innovation and attract investment in a wide range of areas. Three basic criteria must be met in order for your product or method to be patentable, the invention must:
Novelty: It must not be known to the public anywhere in the world before the filing date of the patent application.
Must involve an inventive step: It must differ significantly from what is known before the filing date of the patent application
Be capable of industrial application.
Different kinds of works under copyright Act
Artistic Work: 'Artistic Work' means a painting, sculpture, a drawing, an engraving or photograph
Dramatic work: 'Dramatic Work' includes any piece for recitation, choreographic work or entertainment
Literary Work: The term 'Literary Work' refers to any literary writings, as well as computer programs, tables, compilations and computer databases
Musical work: 'Musical work' means a work consisting of music and includes any graphical notation of such work, but does not include any words or any action intended to be sung, spoken or performed with the music
Cinematograph films: Means any work of visual recording and includes a sound recording accompanying such visual recording
Design registrations protect the shape, pattern or configuration of an object.
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