Every dog has his day (in court)
A roundup of the biggest Intellectual Property (IP) stories and trends from around the world.
Picture this! Creative Commons and image licensing
Image licensing is part and parcel of web content. But doing it wrong — or not at all — is one of the easiest ways to violate Intellectual Property rights.
How do you create a winning brand protection strategy?
A comprehensive brand protection strategy is essential for any organization seeking to safeguard trademarks and other IP assets that define it in the market.
The deep blue of Intellectual Property
How does patent protection work on ships and the high seas?
Wacky Christmas and New Year's inventions
Join us for a feast of festive IP to carry you into 2023 and beyond!
How patents can drive sustainability
Sustainability is rightly at the top of corporate and political agendas worldwide.
AI-generated images: Tech milestone, legal powderkeg … or both?
The explosion in the use of AI to create imagines brings up a host of questions related to IP rights.
Everyday IP: The history of podcasting (so far)
Podcasts have cemented themselves as a major medium in our digital age, becoming inextricably bound to the IP framework.
The final countdown to the Unitary Patent and UPC
At the European Patent Office (EPO), across the continent and further afield, patent specialists are gearing up for the launch of the Unitary Patent (UP) and Unified Patent Court (UPC) in 2023.
A feast of Thanksgiving IP
At first glance, Intellectual Property (IP) and the Thanksgiving holiday might not seem like the most obvious pairing.
Naughty or nice: a look at the month’s biggest IP wins and losses
From copyrights to trademarks to patents: a roundup of this month's news and trends from the world of Intellectual Property.
"Don’t copy that IP!" Pirated and counterfeit software
Understanding how pirated and counterfeit software differ is critical to knowing the best ways to protect the underlying IP.