Emerging Provisions in Intellectual Property Legislation
Under the patronage and presence of His Excellency Prof. Hamid AL Naimiy, Director of the University of Sharjah, the College of Law in Kalba Branch, in cooperation with the College of Engineering and the Emirates Intellectual Property Association, organized a scientific symposium entitled "Emerging Provisions in Intellectual Property Legislation - From Innovation to Sustainability" with the participation of a group of specialists, researchers and faculty in each from the University's College of Law and Engineering.
In the speech delivered by His Excellency Prof. Hamid AL Naimiy, President of the University during the symposium, he stressed the keenness of the University of Sharjah to support innovation and creativity in all its programs and scientific disciplines, which embodies its vision to be an institution for learning, education and innovative scientific research by providing a creative and supportive environment that suits students. At a global level, explaining the intellectual property legislation that achieves the goals of sustainable development, and that would legally protect the rights of the innovator in all its dimensions, and added that most national and international legislation agreed to protect all forms of intellectual property that the World Intellectual Property Organization considered as the most important specialized agencies, and provided The university has bodies concerned with intellectual property rights, such as the Technology Transfer Office, to contribute to the development of this field.
For his part, Prof. Imad El Din Ahmad Abdul Hay, Dean of the College of Law welcomed all participants in the symposium, stressing the importance of intellectual property law within the framework of the aspirations of the University of Sharjah, the College of Law and the College of Engineering, given that it protects works and literature, whether in the technical, legal or financial fields of all developed countries and developing. Prof. Dr. Ahmed Al-Shammaa, Dean of the College of Engineering, pointed out the importance of intellectual property legislation as one of the most important topics for enriching knowledge among students of the University of Sharjah. Dr. Ali Obaid, Deputy Assistant Rector for Branch Affairs in Kalba Branch, also praised the keenness and continuous support of the University of Sharjah in providing and organizing seminars and various activities.
The symposium dealt with a number of scientific and research papers, initiated by Judge Khaled Saif Al-Shaali, President of the Court of First Instance at Umm Al Quwain Federal Court of First Instance, and his paper entitled "Practical Examples of Intellectual Property Rights Claims in Federal Courts," and Prof. Dr. Khalil Abdul Razzaq Khalil, Assistant Dean of the College of Engineering for Graduate Studies At the University of Sharjah, his research paper was titled "The Limits and Dimensions of Intellectual Property Protection for Engineers", and Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Ma'ini, Director of the Institutional Development Office in the Excellence and Leadership Sector at Dubai Police and Secretary of the Emirates Intellectual Property Association presented his scientific paper, which was titled "The Fundamental Amendments in the Intellectual Property Laws of the State." United Arab Emirates." Dr. Mohamed Morsi, Associate Professor of Commercial Law at the College of Law at the University of Sharjah, Kalba Branch, presented his paper entitled "The Most Important New Provisions in Industrial Property Legislation," while Dr. Ayman Mohamed Zain, Associate Professor of Civil Law at the College of Law at the University of Sharjah, Branch Kalba Research Paper on "Civil Protection of Architectural Works Balancing Architectural Copyright and Property Owner".