Five rules for a successful supplementary protection certificate application
When it comes to applying for an SPC, there is no one-size-fits-all plan of action, but we have five golden rules for handling these IP rights.
Eurasian industrial design: an overview of a new regional system
The Eurasian regional system of industrial design legal protection is a convenient instrument for applicants and patent owners acting in the region.
IP investment and the jewelry industry: an opportunity for economic growth in Africa
Africa is an important continent for the production of minerals and precious metals, but very little jewelry is manufactured there.
Everyday IP: A brief history of candy bars
Candy or chocolate bars are perhaps the most commonly bought sweet treats globally, but do you know their value as IP assets?
IP recordals and the coming post-COVID wave of M&A activity
As companies prepare themselves for a post-COVID normal, some believe that a wave of M&As may be rapidly approaching this year.
The rise in remote working and how DIAMS iQ can help
DIAMS iQ combines long-term hands-on IP expertise and integrated IP country law knowledge with innovative digital tools in a modern and intuitive solution.
Pakistan joins the Madrid System: facts and key takeaways
Pakistan is now the 108th member of the Madrid System, to the advantage of South Asia's IP sector and the wider economy.
Everyday IP: The history and evolution of books
Each time you pick up a book or an e-reader, it is well worth reflecting on this medium's unique power to inform, influence and inspire.
What are the four types of Intellectual Property and how do you protect them?
Though much less visible than physical security, IP protection is no less important for an organization with such assets.
The evolution of IP in high-growth companies
High-growth inventions based on IP are likely to come from expert inventors who operate within a structure for research and development.
IP management in a changing work environment
IP Trend Monitor's new study focuses on the impact COVID-19 has had on IP professionals' work and working culture.
IP law looms large over U.S.-China relations
As we saw with the trade war, conflicts between the U.S. and China can quickly escalate and have ripple effects throughout the world.