An Emerging Intellectual Property Paradigm features the works of reputed experts who highlight the special features of Canadian intellectual property law. Our Dianne Daley is the author of the section entitled Canada's Treatment of Geographical Indications: Compliant or Defiant? This work looks critically at Canada's implementation of its obligation to provide protection for geographical indications (GIs) to other Member countries under the Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights Agreement of the World Trade Organization (WTO TRIPS Agreement).
The Foga Daley Partners discuss how Jamaica is seeking to tap into the value of Intellectual Property in their article published in IP Value 2009: Building and Enforcing Intellectual Property Value.
Against a backdrop of increasing awareness of the value of intellectual property and a modern framework for protecting trademarks and service marks in Jamaica, local and foreign proprietors are drawing the battle lines to preserve their key trademark assets.
Jamaica's international renown for its reggae music, the legendary music icon Bob Marley, and track and field athletes is undeniable. So too is the fact that the island's brilliant sun, deep blue sea and white sand beaches continue to attract tourists from across the world to its shores.
The EU-CARIFORUM Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) addresses the major aspects of intellectual property rights (IPRs) which are covered in the WTO/TRIPS Agreement.
Weighing patents and geographic indications: the implementation of the TRIPS Agreement in Jamaica