IIPI:  1999-2003 Events

Bulgaria Touts Intellectual Property Rights as a Mechanism for Growth; Industry and Government Discuss Next Steps

Sofia, Bulgaria – A country once earning the dubious distinction as one of the world’s leading exporters of pirated entertainment and business content CDs, Bulgaria is now planning to make its IP infrastructure a model for all nations. More than 100 attorneys, judges, prosecutors, government officials, entrepreneurs, and... Read More »

Intellectual Asset Management: Going Beyond IP

Hon. Bruce Lehman – Singapore – March 12, 2003 Singapore ... Read More »

CEOs, Wall Street Lack Perspective on Intellectual Property Assets, say Panel of Experts

WASHINGTON, DC, February 26, 2003 – While awareness of patents as strategic business assets has increased over the past few years, a lot more work still needs to be done to educate senior management, shareholders and regulators about how they affect performance. This was the consensus of eight authorities on intellectual property... Read More »

Institute Hosts Vietnamese Delegation

Washington , DC IIPI hosted a delegation of Vietnamese policymakers today as part of its ongoing efforts with this burgeoning Asian nation to build the legal infrastructure necessary to more effectively enforce intellectual property rights. The meeting was the first appointment of a week-long study tour for the delegates in Washington... Read More »

WIPO Officials Visit Washington

Washington, DC. IIPI coordinated a briefing on Capitol Hill today for a delegation including senior officials from the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). More than 50 people, including private sector representatives and Congressional staff members, gathered for a noon luncheon to discuss the policies of the WIPO. ... Read More »

Digital Commerce and Copyrighted Works: Where is the World Going?

Digital Commerce and Copyrighted Works: Where is the World Going?

Hon. Bruce Lehman – Berlin – September 2002 Berlin090502 ... Read More »

Protecting Ideas from Piracy: Judicial Experts Open Dialogue on Developing Intellectual Property Courts at Washington Conference

Washington, DC. “Specialized IP Courts” are essential to reducing piracy in developing countries. That is the consensus of the 150 judicial experts gathered yesterday and today at a first-of-its-kind event held in Washington. The International Intellectual Property Institute, IIPI, together with the United States Patent and Trademark... Read More »

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