Patentable Subject Matter: Comparison between French and Jordanian Laws Iriqat, Mohammed 2020-03-27T10:02:36Z 2020-03-27T10:02:36Z 2015-07-17
dc.description.abstract The purpose of this study is to make a comparison between the patentable subject matter in French and Jordanian law in order to extract the similarities and differences to establish basic principles for Palestine. The Jordanian law is selected as it is in general the law that is applied in Palestine. Palestine is the only country in the Middle East that does not have legislations protecting intellectual property rights. However, there are sporadic laws applied in Palestine, such as the Ottomans’ law in 1910 related to copyright law and the Jordanian trademark 1952 and patent law in 1953. In 1995 the Palestinian Authority approved some legislation in the field of private law, such as civil and commercial law, but without including in it intellectual property legislation. The term intellectual property is not popular among Palestinian legislators as there are among them few experts in this field. en_US
dc.identifier.issn 2371-1655
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher : Lifescience Global en_US
dc.subject Intellectual property rights en_US
dc.subject Innovation en_US
dc.subject Patent en_US
dc.subject Trips Agreement en_US
dc.subject Business Method en_US
dc.subject Discoveries en_US
dc.title Patentable Subject Matter: Comparison between French and Jordanian Laws en_US
dc.type Article en_US
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