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UAE Implements New Fast-Tracked Registration For Innovative And Orphan Drugs
Effective 22 January 2018, the Ministry of Health and Prevention in the United Arab Emirates (‘MOHAP') issued a Ministerial Resolution that provides for the fast-track registration of...
Saudi Arabia
25 Apr 2018
Intellectual Property In The Wake Of Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence systems ("AI") have been a hot topic in recent years and, although we might not yet be aware, aspects of AI have already found their way into our daily lives.
United Arab Emirates
23 Nov 2017
Innovations And IP Protection In Transport: From Industrialization To Computerization
Evolution and improvements in technology have allowed man to travel, expand and explore far reaching territories.
Saudi Arabia
8 Nov 2017
The Fight Against Counterfeit Pharmaceuticals: Innovative Technologies To The Rescue?
For the pharmaceutical industry and for governmental regulators, counterfeit medications remain a top concern not only in the MENA region, but globally.
Saudi Arabia
21 Sep 2017
Protection Of IP Rights For Mobile Apps
Mobile Applications enable many businesses to be contacted with greater ease and at any time the customer wants.
United Arab Emirates
24 Jun 2015
Intellectual Property Rights For SMEs
Small and medium enterprises ("SMEs") are the backbone of any economy as they employ workers, utilise local resources, attract investment, and encourage innovation and creativity.
United Arab Emirates
22 Feb 2011
Oman - Industrial Design Registrations Are Now Available, … Finally
Audible sighs of relief were heard from Industrial Design proprietors in October 2010 when welcome news broke of the possibility of filing industrial design applications in Oman.
9 Dec 2010
The UAE Patent Backlog
The UAE Patent Office is currently facing the challenge of clearing the backlog of pending patent and the design applications filed in the UAE.
United Arab Emirates
13 Aug 2010
Infringing Patent Rights
A Patent is a right associated with any new invention resulting from a novel idea or novel improvement of an invention protected by a patent, in all fields of technology, whereby the idea or improvement is based on scientific principles and capable of industrial exploitation, whether be it new industrial products, or developed industrial methods, or new applications of common industrial methods.
United Arab Emirates
18 Jul 2010
Incentivising Innovation - Patents - Lubricating the wheels of commerce
Throughout history, people have looked for better ways to meet their needs and to satisfy their expectations.
United Arab Emirates
15 Jul 2010
Employers: protecting valuable IP created by employees
Managers responsible for ensuring that an organisation’s intellectual property rights are protected often believe that the organisation automatically owns all intellectual property rights arising from the work of its employees.
United Arab Emirates
8 Jun 2010
Overlapping IP Rights
A UAE based company comes up with a new bottle design for their shampoo product.
United Arab Emirates
4 Jun 2010
IPR Prosecution Procedures Facilitated
With a view to facilitate trademark, patent and design prosecution in the country, the Tunisian Industrial Property Office brought in the following procedural changes with effect from 1st January 2010
27 May 2010
The Efficacy of Compulsory Licensing of Pharmaceutical Patents
Patents have played a significant role in the tremendous growth of research and development in the pharmaceutical industry.
United Arab Emirates
27 Apr 2010
The GCC Patent System
The GCC tent system provides a convenient way for applicants to secure patent rights effective in each of the GCC member states.
United Arab Emirates
27 Mar 2010
New Regulations For Patent Matters In Oman
The Omani Patent Office recently issued an administrative decision which addresses three issues: substantive examination, annuity payments and the term of patent protection in Oman.
22 Mar 2010
Public Health under the WTO; Narrowing the Rights of the Pharmaceutical Industry
When the Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights ("TRIPS Agreement") was drafted nearly a decade ago, pharmaceutical protection was guaranteed effective data protection and further schemes were introduced to safeguard the interests of the pharmaceutical companies in countries making use of the transition periods contained in the TRIPS Agreement.
United Arab Emirates
26 Nov 2003
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