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Guideline 1.3 of 2019
Guideline 6.1 of 2019 titled “Intellectual Property Enforcement Fund” provides for a model to mitigate or resolve an infringement of one’s intellectual property (IP) rights by an unauthorised third party. More specifically, this Guideline provides for aframework for support to institutions (namely higher education institutions and schedule 1 institutions in terms of the IPR Act) to insure their IP portfolio or aspects of their IP portfolio such that litigation funding is available in the event of an infringement by a third party.
NIPMO INTERPRETATION NOTE 8: GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT FUNDED IP AND THE INTERFACE WITH THE IPR ACT
NIPMO INTERPRETATION NOTE 7: ARE DATA INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN TERMS OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS FROM PUBLICLY FINANCED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ACT?
NIPMO INTERPRETATION NOTE 6: STATE RIGHTS TO INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY DEVELOPED FROM PUBLICLY FINANCED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OWNERSHIP WITH RESPECT TO TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION AGENCY (TIA) FUNDING PROGRAMMES
NIPMO INTERPRETATION NOTE 5: SPECIFIC OWNERSHIP SCENARIOS
WHEN DOES THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS FROM PUBLICLY FINANCED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ACT APPLY?
SOUTH AFRICAN NATIONAL SURVEY OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AT PUBLICLY FUNDED RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS
NIPMO INTERPRETATION NOTE 4: THRIP FUNDED RESEARCH
Rules of Procedure under the Regulations made in terms of section 17 of the Intellectual
Property Rights from Publicly Financed Research and Development Act, 2008 (Act No. 51 of
2008) (IPR Act)
The Intellectual Property Rights from Publicly Financed Research and Development Act, 2008 (Act No. 51 of 2008) (IPR Act) came into effect on 2 August 2010. The object of the IPR Act is to make provision that intellectual property (IP) emanating from publicly financed research and development (R&D) is identified, protected, utilised and commercialised for the benefit of the people of the Republic, whether it be for a social, economic, military or any other benefit.
APPROACH FOR DETERMINING THE FULL COST OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CONDUCTED AT PUBLICLY FINANCED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTIONS
REFERRAL OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY TO NIPMO ON AN IP1 FORM
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY STATUS AND COMMERCIALISATION REPORTS REPORTED TO NIPMO ON AN IP7 FORM
NIPMO INTERPRETATION NOTE 3 REPORTING OBLIGATION AS AN ASSIGNEE
NIPMO INTERPRETATION NOTE 2: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY TRANSACTION APPROVALS
REGULATIONS MADE IN TERMS SECTION 17 OF THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS FROM PUBLICLY FINANCED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2008 (ACT NO. 51 OF 2008)
Nipmo Interpretation Note 1 Nipmo Compliance in terms of prescribed forms