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Ubi jus ibi remedium (where there’s a right, there must be a remedy) is an ancient but still relevant principle of Anglo-American tort law. Intellectual property (IP) rights have been traced back by scholars to 500 BCE (about 1,700 years before the Magna Carta) when chefs in the Greek colony of Sybaris were granted limited year-long monopolies over certain recipes.
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