Trade secrets are business processes or practices which are not to be known by anyone outside the business. Trade secrets usually come about as the result of internal research and development. Any information considered to be a trade secret can provide a business with a significant competitive advantage.
The Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property was among the first intellectual property treaties in world history. This agreement applies to many different types of industrial property (also known as intellectual property).
Barriers to entry can be defined as items, conditions, or factors which prevent or inhibit the ability of newcomers into a business field to enter and operate within it
Trademark infringement is the action of using a trademark on goods or services illegally that leads to confusion to people about the source of the goods or services.