Defending Intellectual Property
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This paper contends that it is easier to defend a case regarding real property rather than intellectual property. In real property there are limited issues to be addressed, whereas intellectual property rights are more complex and often vague.
From the Paper:"According to the Lectric Law Library's Lexicon online, a working definition of Real property is 'Land and all the things that are attached to it.' Real property rights include ownership and use of the land and of all rights and profits arising from and annexed to land of a permanent immovable nature. The same website defines Intellectual property as 'Property that can be protected under federal law including copyrightable works, ideas, discoveries and inventions.' For the purpose of clarification intangible assets result from..."
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