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Recognising the IP masters[premium]

While hundreds of nominations are received, only a select few individuals are chosen for induction into the IP Hall of Fame each year. The achievements of this year’s inductees confirm their status as thought leaders in their respective fields Full text

Border control measures: a new weapon against patent infringement

Border control measures in Taiwan are undergoing a dramatic change. The new Regulation Governing the Detention of Suspected Patent-Infringing Goods by Customs gives patent owners a new and more effective weapon against patent infringement: they can now request detention of the infringing goods even before filing a patent infringement complaint with the court. Full text

Examining the new draft Law on Copyright

A group of European experts has worked to compile the new Albanian draft Law on Copyright, based on EU copyright law, in an effort to make it simpler and more practical to determine the responsibilities of copyright protection institutions. The draft law fills gaps in the existing law and sets out new rules for the circulation of copyright products within the digital environment. Full text

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Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA)

Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA)

The Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA) is the professional and examining body for patent attorneys in the United Kingdom and represents virtually all UK-registered patent attorneys, whether in private practice or in industry, as well as solicitors and barristers practicing in intellectual property (IP) and other IP professionals. Founded in 1882 and incorporated by Royal Charter in 1891, CIPA has been at the forefront of IP for more than a century, operating across the whole field of IP in patents, trade marks, designs, copyright and associated areas of law. For further information, visit www.cipa.org.uk.


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