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Intellectual property right (IPR) the Korean setting

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Title Intellectual property right (IPR) the Korean setting
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Innovation Centre Denmark, Seoul

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Seoul:Innovation Centre Denmark, Seoul

Date 2008-03
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Denmark(Europe)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < Others
Government and Law < Laws and Legislation
Holding Innovation Centre Denmark, Seoul

Abstract

The efforts to protect intellectual property rights and provide a framework for handling infringements have increased in Korea over the past decades. Korea has acknowledged the importance of protecting technologies and copyrights, not only to protect its own development of technologies, but also to become a trustworthy partner to global companies and research institutions. Extensive patenting due to the Government’s incentive policies has been the general picture the last decades in Korea but this is slowly beginning to change for a more qualitative assessment of patent proposals. Although Korea in many aspects follows international regulations on IPR, some challenges still remain, especially within copyright, design and counterfeit goods. This report will describe the IPR landscape and trends in Korea, as well as providing Danish companies with initial guidelines on how to handle collaboration agreements involving protected technology with Korean companies, research institutions and universities.