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Your trade mark can be a valuable business asset. Trade marks have come to represent not only actual goods and services, but also the reputation of the business. Some companies spend millions nurturing their corporate identities.
Companies like Michelin, Levi Strauss and Intel consider their trade marks their most valuable assets? The President of Coca-Cola stated that the corporation's buildings, machinery, equipment, vehicles and physical property could all be destroyed, but that the business would have no trouble getting back on its feet, provided the trade mark survived.
Industrial Infotech provides specialist copyright advice and rights management services to libraries, cultural heritage organisations, educational establishments, public services and businesses in the South Pacific.
With more than 10 years’ experience in the area of copyright compliance, management and development, Industrial Infotech in assotiation with Bizmantra Consultants can help you:
1. Understand the copyright law of your country
2. Identify and understand where copyright fits in your environment
3. Raise awareness of Copyright and Intellectual Property use among your staff
4. Reduce the risk of copyright infringement
5. Develop copyright compliance policies and procedures
6. Obtain the rights to use copyright material
7. Provide advice on plagiarism and copyright infringement
Design Patent Registration
A Patent is a legal monopoly, which is granted for a limited time by a country to the owner of an invention. Merely to have a patent does not give the owner the rights to use or exploit the patented invention. That right may still be affected by other laws such as health and safety regulation, or the food and drugs regulation or even by other patents. The patent, in the eyes of the law, is a property right and it can be given away, inherited, sold, licensed and can even be abandoned. As it is conferred by the government, the government, in certain cases even after grant or even if it has been, in the meantime, sold or licensed, can revoke it.
We are engaged in formation/registration of the following two types of companies as per Companies Act, 1956
1. Private Limited Company
2. Public Limited Company
Differences Between Private Limited Company And Public Limited Company :
Distinction Between A Public Company And a Private Company Following are the main points of difference between a Public Company and a Private Company :-
Minimum Paid-up Capital :
An application for patent must be filed at the Patent Office branch within whose territorial jurisdiction the applicant resides or has his principal place of business or domicile. A foreign applicant must file in the Patent Office branch having jurisdiction over the place where his address for service is located.
Minimum number of members :
Minimum number of members required to form a private company is 2, whereas a Public Company requires atleast 7 members.
Maximum number of members :
Maximum number of members in a Private Company is restricted to 50, there is no restriction of maximum number of members in a Public Company.
Transerferability of shares :
There is complete restriction on the transferability of the shares of a Private Company through its Articles of Association , whereas there is no restriction on the transferability of the shares of a Public company.
Issue of Prospectus :
A Private Company is prohibited from inviting the public for subscription of its shares, i.e. a Private Company cannot issue Prospectus, whereas a Public Company is free to invite public for subscription i.e., a Public Company can issue a Prospectus.
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