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V. Irish ; Laytons Solicitors, London, UK

The author explains the legal rights protecting ideas, with engineering examples, and how they can be used to the benefit of their owners. The object is to identify a few principles to include in normal management practice. There are six types of legal rights, all of which are described; they are confidential information, copyright, design right, registered design, patent and trade mark.<>

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Engineering Management Journal  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 6 )