In the trade and tariff negotiations of the 19th century, the protection of intellectual property rights at the international level has become an important issue. One of the first international treaties related to intellectual property is the International Convention for the protection of industrial property, also known as the ParisRead More →

Infringement of intellectual property law refers to unauthorized use of intellectual property rights of individuals or companies. Article 1, paragraph 8, of the constitution of the United States grants Congress a clear mandate to give authors and inventors exclusive rights to all their creations. Section 8 also gives Congress theRead More →

Copyright Copyright protects any type of expressive art, such as text, music, movies, architecture, and other primitive intellectual and artistic expressions. Copyright grants the owner the exclusive right to reproduce his work, publicly display, perform and create derivative works of the work. Unless theories or ideas are recorded in aRead More →

If you are under 18, you cannot buy adult fireworks. It is illegal for anyone to set off fireworks between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m., unless in some cases. Adult fireworks fall into categories 2 and 3 – excluding things like party whistles. Category 4 fireworks can only be usedRead More →

Public international law (or national law) is a series of customary or conventional rules, which is regarded as legally binding by civilized countries in their interactions, and only involves the rights and obligations of sovereign countries. Private international law (or conflict of laws) can be defined as a rule chosenRead More →

People’s understanding of the environment is far earlier than the law of environmental protection. Environmental law, sometimes referred to as environment and natural resources law, is a term used to interpret laws, regulations, local, national and international legislation and treaties designed to protect the environment from harm and to explainRead More →

In its early planning, the University of California, Irvine, focused on environmental law, building on the long-term commitment of universities and law schools to interdisciplinary research on environmental issues. Through its powerful environmental college, new environmental law clinic and active land, environment and natural resource center, UCI law has rapidlyRead More →

The double jeopardy clause has been written into the Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. The double jeopardy clause guarantees Not to be charged after acquittal for the same offence and not to be double convicted for the same offence, there is no multiple punishment for the same crime. TheRead More →