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Netsheria International Intellectual Property Handbook

This booklet explores how intellectual property law can protect a wider range of subject matters. The
development of intellectual property law has produced carefully balanced legal norms. For a long time,
the objective has been to create laws and doctrines that both minimize the impact on the commercial
market and the general free flow of ideas, while simultaneously oering sucient legal protection to
encourage the pursuit of creative and innovative endeavors. The distinction between patent, copyright,
trademark law and other forms of intellectual property has become hazy due to the broad definition of
what is protected by intellectual property law. This booklet shall therefore guide on each form of
intellectual property in its distinct/independent way.

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