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Presidential Decree No.59
the quality or state of being a creator (natural person) of a work. In order to be considered as an author, it is generally acknowledged that a certain level of creative contribution to a work must be met. Authorship entails certain moral rights, such as the right to attribution (i.e., to be named as the author), that cannot be transferred or licensed, and therefore will stay with the author even in a situation where he/she does not own the copyright.
A way of managing intangible assets which consists in the full integration of the company in a culture of innovation, which is implemented within the whole management process.
Arbitration is a procedure in which a dispute is submitted, by agreement of the parties, to one or more arbitrators who make a binding decision on the dispute. In choosing arbitration, the parties opt for a private dispute resolution procedure instead of going to court. It is consensual, neutral and confidential. Parties choose the arbitrator and its decision is final and easy to enforce.
patent applications which are strategically used as a barrier to pre-empt rivals from getting their patents granted and entering into markets and technologies.
is an incorruptible digital ledger of economic transactions that can be programmed to record not just financial transactions but virtually everything of value. It may be used to mark digital copyrights in a way that is both immutable and timestamped.
identifies a specific product or name of a company as a sign of quality recognised by customers. A brand can be a trade mark if registered, but can also exist without being a trade mark.
the state or quality of being an owner of a proprietary right.  It enables its holder to exercise exclusive rights of use in relation to the subject matter of the IP and to restrict others from using these IP rights.
WIPO is an agency of the United Nations that functions as a global forum for IP, providing several services including arbitration and mediation (e.g. domain names disputes), international registration systems for patents, trade marks, designs and appellations of origin), policy discussion, technical infrastructure, cooperation programs and information on intellectual property. WIPO administers 26 treaties and occupies a prominent role in the global IP landscape.
is a sign identifying products having a specific geographical origin and whose qualities and/or reputation are attributable to that origin.
means any legal entity established as such by national law, and international organisations.
Research laboratories and agencies operated and funded entirely by government and other research organisations including universities and institutes of technology that receive a significant share of their total funding from public sources.
Priority date is the first filing date of a patent application, anywhere in the world (normally in the applicant’s domestic patent office), to protect an invention. The priority date is used to determine the novelty of the invention, which implies that it is an important concept in patent procedures.
constitutes the outward appearance of a product or part thereof resulting, in particular, from the characteristics of its lines, contours, colours, shape, surface, structure and/or materials and/or its ornamentation.
is a design registered with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).

Throughout the European Union a new design with an individual character can be protected as a registered Community design, valid in all 28 EU Member States, renewable every 5 years up to a maximum of 25 years.