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industrial property

(1) Property designed for or used by companies or persons for manufacturing, warehousing, or assemblage of components. (2) In zoning, environmental, and building codes, the term “industrial property”will be defined within the statutes or codes for the specific purposes of those laws.The phrase may include uses not typically considered industrial and may exclude uses normally considered industrial.

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To assist in addressing this need, the NHGRI proposes a new initiative to encourage the study of the role of laws and policies regarding intellectual property rights in genetics and genomics research and development, and the effect of such laws and policies on progress in these fields and on commercialization, drug development, health care delivery, and public health.
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Chinh advises clients, ranging from start-ups to established companies, on the creation and development of patent portfolios through the preparation and filing of patent applications, the acquisition and exploitation of intellectual property rights through licensing and strategic collaboration agreements, and the preparation of invalidity, non-infringement, and freedom-to-operate opinions.
The onus is really going to be on lawyers to not only make sure their clients are protected from an intellectual property standpoint--because that's always been the case--but they're going to need to be a little more proactive," he said.
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Dr Johanna Gibson is Reader in Intellectual Property Law at Queen Mary, University of London, UK.
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