Bui Nguyen Hung, director general of the Copyright Office, under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, speaks to the newspaper New Hanoi about how Decree 22 will interpret changes made to the 2009 Law on Intellectual Property Rights. Mr. Bui Nguyen Hung What is new in Decree 22/2018/NĐ-CP on guidelines for some articles of the intellectual property law (IP) and law on amendments to the IP law 2009 in terms of the copyright and related rights as compared to the existing laws on IP rights? A key objective of Decree 22 is to supplement and revise some provisions contained in the current Law on Intellectual Property Rights to facilitate its on-the-ground implementation. Decree 22 has added three new articles relating to procedures through which an author’s copyrights and related rights can be re-issued, amended or repealed. The aim of the new articles is to create favourable conditions for organisations and individuals applying for the work’s intellectual … [Read more...] about Intellectual Property law changes
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HCM CITY - More than 150 local and foreign scholars and researchers met at an international workshop in HCM City on Wednesday to discuss enforcement of intellectual property laws in relation to new trade agreements. The "Intellectual Property and Trade: Law and Practical Experience" workshop was organised by HCM City's University of Economics and Law, Việt Nam's Ministry of Science and Technology, and Indiana University in the US. Participants also included representatives from the Ministry of Education and Training and Ministry of Justice. Prof. Nguyễn Tiến Dũng, rector of the University of Economics and Law, said that professionals who work in the fields of research, teaching, government and business management would have an opportunity to view international legislation and regulations from various perspectives at the meeting. The conference included four sessions: intellectual property and trade; trademark, patents, biologics, copyright and trade secrets; intellectual property … [Read more...] about Enforcement of intellectual property laws discussed at int’l seminar
Intellectual property law will raise nation to global standards (03-06-2005) The National Assembly began debating the draft Law on Intellectual Property on Monday. Dr Ho Duc Viet, chairman of the Committee for Science, Technology and the Environment, discussed the law with Nhan Dan (The People) newspaper. Guidelines for the protection of intel-lectual property were issued in Viet Nam at the beginning of the 80s [the regulation on technical improvement initiatives, production rationalisation and invention (1981), the regulation on commodity trademarks (1982), and the regulation on industrial patterns (1988). However, only after the NA passed the Civil Code in 1995 were legally-binding intellectual property regulations introduced. The sixth part of the Civil Code contains 61 articles focusing on Intellectual Property and Technological Transfer Rights, and this has laid a foundation for the creation of a comprehensive legal system of intellectual property in Viet Nam. Based on the … [Read more...] about Intellectual property law will raise nation to global standards
Intellectual property laws need reform, executive management (10-10-2005) Dr Le Xuan Thao, a member of the standing board of the Viet Nam Lawyers' Association, spoke to Nhan Dan (The People) newspaper to express his opinions on the need to review intellectual property management. A catalyst for growth Measures for the protection of intellectual property were introduced in developed countries a hundred years ago. About 1.5 to 2 million invention registration forms are filed around the world each year, and up to 600 million licenses are patented. Statistics for Viet Nam reveal about 100 applications are received annually, and an average of 20 get patented. While Viet Nam nears integration into the World Trade Organisation (WTO), we have actively employed several measures to push forward intellectual property rights protection. The positive opportunities created by registering intellectual property are undeniable. This is the only way for underdeveloped countries to eradicate poverty and … [Read more...] about Intellectual property laws need reform, executive management
This morning, June 27 2006, the department of Science and Technology in coordination with the Intellectual Properties Bureau opened a training course on Intellectual Properties law for enterprises in Dong Nai province, aiming to enhance and update knowledge on activities to protect intellectual properties rights, especially the role of Intellectual Properties in global economy. The training course attracts 100 participants from departments, agencies and sectors in the province. The training course focuses on the following issues: the Intellectual properties law, the need to issue the law on Copyright and related right, protection mechanism, the integration into world in the field of intellectual properties. With radical changes of the global economy and Vietnam is on the verge of being admitted as a member of WTO, enterprises keeps working out policies and plans so as to enhance their developments and trades. Thus, this training course will help them to protect and develop their … [Read more...] about Training course on Intellectual Properties law for enterprises opened.