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1. what is intellectual property ?

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Intellectual property - IP: refers to the legal rights that protect creations of the mind, such as i...

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2. What is a trademark?

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A trademark is a type of intellectual property right that is afforded to brands in the form of a wor...

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3. What is a patent?

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A patent is a legal document that grants an inventor exclusive rights to use an invention. All paten...

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4. What is a copyright?

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Copyright (or author’s right) is a type of intellectual property and a legal term used to describe t...

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5. What is geographical indication?

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A geographical indication (GI) is a sign used on products that have a specific geographical origin a...

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6. Are trademark and copyright the same thing?

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Trademarks and copyright are both forms of intellectual property, but they protect different types o...

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7. What is trademark Goodwill?

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According to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, goodwill is 1. “The favor or advantage that a business ha...

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8. What is a service mark?

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A service mark is a form of intellectual property protection. The mark prevents competing businesses...

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9. What is the difference between a trademark and a service mark?

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A trademark is a word, phrase, symbol, or logo used to brand, identify, and distinguish a product. A...

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10. What is a word mark?

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SAIP

Saudi Authority for Intellectual Property aims to organize, support, sponsor, protect and promote intellectual property in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in accordance with global best practices. SAIP was established to house all Intellectual property protection procedures with specialized experts, judges, examiners and legal practitioners.

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The Ministry of Industry, commerce and Tourism has been known throughout its long history by different names. The ministry is responsible for multiple matters relating to trade in Bahrain, specifically intellectual property matters. These activities include all intellectual property (IP) matters ranging from trademarks, service marks, industrial designs, copyrights, patents and domain names.

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The Ministry of Economy in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) carries out the the General Development plan of the state through several projects which enhances and develops the UAE's competitiveness in the field of intellectual property and prepare for an environment that encourages research, development and innovation.

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The foreign trade department at the ministry of commerce and industry is the authority responsible for developing activities concerned with regional and international programs, In addition to intellectual property matters, the department monitors internal and external commercial activity, local and foreign exhibitions, and promoting Kuwaiti exports in foreign markets, and strengthening Kuwait’s commercial and industrial relations with Arab and foreign countries and organizations.

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The Ministry of Commerce and Industry is responsible for overseeing commercial and industrial activities for the State of Qatar, directing these activities in accordance with the requirements of national development. These activities include all intellectual property (IP) matters ranging from trademarks, service marks, industrial designs, copyrights, patents and domain names.

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The Ministry of Commerce and industry in the sultanate of Oman is responsible for multiple matters relating to trade in Oman internal and external trade. These activities include all intellectual property (IP) matters ranging from trademarks, service marks, industrial designs, copyrights, patents and domain names.

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