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  • Species Live On Their Property
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    We have to put a stop to this and weaken the power that the Endangered Species Act has on us. People are getting laid off there jobs and millions of our tax dollars are being spent on the Endangered Species Act (ESA) all the time. Is it worth all of this for species. Must humans suffer and lose there jobs and houses over a few insects? Laws for the ESA are taking peoples property and fine ing them because endangered species live on their property. A person is legally barred from using certain me...
  • Locke's Theories On Property And Government
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    Mathew Jelonkiewicz Answered Question #2 Locke's Ideas on Property John Locke was considered one of the first modern liberal thinkers of our times. His ideas and theories permeate throughout many of the democratic world's constitutions. He authored many essays during his lifetime but one of the more famous ones was the Second Treatise on Government, attributed to him only after passing. This writing is concerned with individual man coming together into a political society and outlines the type o...
  • Patent Your Invention
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    INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW Anything that can be owned can be viewed as property. It can be a tangible thing, such as a car, a home, or a piece of land; or it may be an intangible, artificial right created by social interaction or legislation, such as a right to receive money under a contract or the right to control the use in commerce of the trademark Gelatissimo. In all cases, whether tangible or intangible, property may be valuable and it may be transferred to others, whole or in part. For exam...
  • Redevelopment Of Brownfield Sites
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    The Brownfield Problem Brownfields are abandoned, idled, or under-used industrial and commercial sites where expansion or redevelopment is complicated by real, or perceived environmental contamination that can add cost, time, and uncertainty to the redevelopment process. Throughout the country there are an estimated 450,000 brownfield's. These vacant properties exist mostly in cities, serving no practical purpose, and act as both eyesores and environmental as well as economic pitfalls. The inner...
  • Locke's The Second Treatise Of Government
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    In The Second Treatise of Government, Locke defines political power, discusses the inalienable birth-rights of man, and the need for both in the formation of a legitimate government. John Locke's The Second Treatise of Government defines a legitimate government in relation to the protection of inalienable rights. He views a valid government as one which upholds his three main natural laws of life, liberty and property. In defining political power, Locke insists that it is proper to make laws "fo...
  • Tangled Relationships Between Technology And Intellectual Property
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    BOUNDARIES OF OWNERSHIP Nobody owns this essay. It is important that I make this very clear and that I do so at the earliest possible moment. I must do this because the essay that you are reading is about intellectual property, and that means that this essay must be self-referential. When one writes or speaks or communicates in any way about intellectual property, one is dealing with some of the most basic rules of the very medium in which one is operating. There is no neutral ground here, no po...
  • Premises Liability Responsibility Of Landlords And Tenants
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    PREMISES LIABILITY (LANDOWNERS AND OCCUPIERS) I. Premises Liability - Responsibility of Landlords and Tenants. Under the common law, a landlord was not liable for injuries sustained by third persons while on leased premises. Court decisions and statutes have since overridden this no-liability rule. Landlords owe a duty of reasonable care to tenants and third parties not to negligently cause them injury. This duty is based on the foreseeability standard of ordinary negligence actions. In addition...
  • Need For Trademark Protection
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    As Guatemalans we have the faculty to enjoy certain rights the law establishes, but in a world that grows constantly because of globalization and technology, it's not enough to protect ourselves with human and property rights. Each day, more and more, we are in need to look out for everything that belongs to us, including our business's our ideas, our creations, and our inventions among others. "The economist experience illustrates that there's no sense in moving from physical to intellectual pr...
  • Form Of Copyright Protection
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    Abstract Intellectual property can be many things. It can be written, stored as data, drawn, and so forth. Any idea concocted by the human mind is intellectual property as is subject to exploitation. Intellectual property is nothing new. The concept has been around for quite some time. However, since the advent of computer technology and just recently the introduction of the Internet, the issue of what is and what is not intellectual property has come charging to the forefront. It all revolves a...
  • Intellectual Property Ip Management
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    Intellectual Property Management And IPR Audit Intellectual Property In the last 200 years, our society has progressed from the agriculture age to the industrial age to the information age. Today, the majority of a company's organisational value may be in the form of intangible assets and intellectual property (IP), which now constitute "the primary product of the Information Age". 1 The globalisation of business, accelerated product life cycles, advancing technology, and growth in mergers and a...
  • Right To Life
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    That the individual shall have full protection in person and in property is a principle as old as the common law; but it has been found necessary from time to time to define anew the exact nature and extent of such protection. Political, social, and economic changes entail the recognition of new rights, and the common law, in its eternal youth, grows to meet the demands of society. Though in very early times, the law gave a remedy only for physical interference with life and property, Then the "...

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