Be vigilant and diligent in protecting your brand from counterfeiters
Establishing strong Intellectual Property protection is an essential part of any effort to shield your goods from counterfeiters.
Coping with cost pressure in Intellectual Property
Maintaining a balanced budget while keeping up a high IP protection level can be quite challenging, especially during times of crisis.
Brexit: what will finally happen on January 1, 2021?
Some aspects of the future relationship between the EU and the UK remain uncertain, but luckily most of the issues concerning registered IP rights are clear.
The ultimate crash course on protecting Intellectual Property
We have got you covered with a course on protecting your IP through appropriate legal means.
Book review: 'The Reasonable Robot — Artificial Intelligence and the Law'
Ryan Abbott has written an excellent book that is both an introduction to AI and a sound basis for progressive considerations about how legal regulation can incentivize AI development.
What is Intellectual Property 'theft' and how to avoid it?
IP infringement can, in some instances, be accompanied by the theft of actual physical property or in conjunction with other civil wrongdoings and crimes.
Understanding the latest adjustments to Romania's trademark law
Those seeking to maintain their trademark rights in Romania must understand the latest amendments to its Intellectual Property laws and act accordingly before September 30.
Keep the wheel turning: invent – finance – innovate
The 2020 edition of the Global Innovation Index (GII) provides an international ranking of the top global economies regarding their innovation performance.
What are your IP assets worth?
Discover how a correctly designed valuation analysis can provide calculated answers to any question associated with the Intellectual Property value.
Regulations and the surge of software patent applications in the U.S.
The IP protection for software developers is not as strong as it should be in the U.S., but this does not seem to be stopping the development.
What's in a name? Global brand owners make socially-conscious changes
Marked with social unrest, the summer of 2020 has led many businesses and entertainers to reconsider the nature of their names.
Common misconceptions when managing trademarks internationally
Companies engaged in any form of international business will want to pay particular attention to trademark rules, which can differ from country to country.