IPCP

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AcronymDefinition
IPCPInternet Protocol Control Protocol
IPCPInternational Panel on Chemical Pollution
IPCPInjury Prevention and Control Program (Department of Human Services)
IPCPInter-Period Correlation Processor
IPCPImproved Platoon Command Post
IPCPImplementation Plan Change Proposal
IPCPIntellectual Property Code of the Philippines (law)
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The suspect was arrested to face charges for violation of the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines (Republic Act No.
8293 or the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines.
The Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines and the Electronic Commerce Act protect the creators of written works, which mandate that their works should be attributed to them when used publicly by others, said the complainants who also included University of the Philippines' Centre for Women's Studies Director Dr Sylvia Estrada-Claudio, De La Salle Political Science Professor Dr Antonio Contreras, and Filipino Freethinkers President Red Tani.
The Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines provides that descriptive marks, misleading marks, generic names, marks containing scandalous, immoral, deceptive and disparaging material/s, among others, cannot be registered.
30, 2015, the IPRD has seized an estimated aggregate amount of about P1 billion worth of counterfeit signature products and has filed the corresponding charges for violation of the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines.
Police implemented a total of 10 search warrants for violation of the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines against several retailers in the city.
2 of the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines, since it has become associated with the source of goods rather than with the goods themselves.
8293, otherwise known as the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines.
Yuseco has both the patents and copyrights on the ITS, so under the Constitution and the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines, this project can be awarded without public bidding.
Aside from the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines, violators may also be held liable for violating Republic Act No.
8293, otherwise known as the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines, following a criminal complaint filed by a Mighty representative.
Dumping is a form of unfair competition punishable under the Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines or Republic Act No.
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