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When entering a new market, it is vital to carefully analyze all aspects of Intellectual Property (IP) that may be involved.
When measuring Intellectual Property (IP) performance, the metrics of interest are as diverse as the tasks completed over the course of the intangible asset life cycle.
To understand how AI can be valuable to IP asset management, it will first be necessary to explore AI's background and broader role in modern society.
On September 20 this year, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) published the Global Innovation Index (GII) 2021, one of the most influential reports on the relative strengths of different countries' innovation ecosystems.
IP managers may need to broaden their skillsets to keep pace with the ways in which the Intellectual Property world is changing.
From the strategic intervention plan, it is clear that IP is expected to play a key role in facilitating Italy’s recovery in the face of the COVID-19 crisis.
If the worst should happen, an inventor must understand how patent infringement damages are calculated in major legal jurisdictions.
The General Court's recent annulment of an EUIPO decision against Guerlain may have implications that reach far beyond the cosmetics market.
We are just as happy to address fundamental questions as we are to handle queries about some of the most complicated points of the legal procedure!
Green tech development is key to the planet's future, and IP service providers are instrumental in facilitating this evolution.
Answering the question: 'When were computers invented?' involves far more than just citing a date — it is bound up in the past, present and future of IP.
Working in the Intellectual Property industry takes many forms, requiring professionals with diverse backgrounds and skillsets.