By Yo Takagi, Larry Allman, Mpazi A. Sinjela

Highbrow estate (IP) includes not just the precious fiscal resources of personal organizations, but in addition the social and cultural resources of society. the aptitude influence of highbrow estate resources is so nice that it truly is more likely to have a substantial impression on nationwide and foreign monetary improvement sooner or later. regardless of this, the realm of IP schooling is comparatively new to many educational associations, and ideas and techniques in educating IP are nonetheless evolving. in contrast backdrop, a couple of the world over popular professors and practitioners percentage their educating thoughts of their specific fields of craftsmanship, together with what they think about could be taught by way of coursework. the result's a beneficial instruction manual for lecturers and people wishing to wake up to hurry on overseas IP concerns.

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Where special rules on employees’ inventions exist, be it as separate laws, be it as rules implemented, for instance, in the respective patent laws, they should be presented and their economic impact on innovation addressed. Bearing in mind the rising importance of academic/university research results for innovation, special rules dealing with ownership in such inventions, if any, should, depending on the target audience, be properly dealt with. In this context, moral and property right’s aspects of the inventor have to be clarified and distinguished from the patent right.

It is equally important to specifically address other differences as regards the relevant prior art of various patent systems. Such differences exist especially between US patent law on the one hand and the EPC, Chinese and Japanese patent laws on the other. e. the fact that an invention in order to be patentable, may not be obvious to a person skilled in the art in view of the prior art at the relevant date. First, the underlying rationale for this, originally a requirement developed by case law in the US, United Kingdom and Germany, should be explained and, subsequently, the main    differences as compared with the requirement of novelty emphasized.

This should be viewed as an obvious responsibility of every educational institution. 20 22 Thomson, West, St. Paul 2003. Thomson, West, St. Paul 2004. 21 23 Second Edition, Aspen Publishers, New York 2006. H. Beck, Munich 2004.    Future trends As to the future trends of teaching patents, one can predict that the importance of electronic access to all sorts of information, in particular to patents, published patent applications, files of patent offices, in some countries even to court proceedings files, as well as to law and scientific journals, will increase and provide for further progress in teaching methods.

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