Understand different types of IP
1g. Database Rights
Database rights protect databases where there has been "substantial investment" into the act of obtaining, verifying or presenting its contents. It does not protect investment into the creation of the data itself.
Where your product is a collection of information or data, whether printed or electronic, database rights can be valuable.
How is it obtained?
What does it protect?
Databases where there has been "substantial investment" in obtaining, verifying or presenting its contents.
A compilation of clinical data which has been arranged in order to make it user-friendly and easy to access.
An interactive database containing gene sequences for various plants and animals.
How long does it last for?