IIPI:  North America

Luncheon on Verizon’s FiOS TV

Hill Event on Digital IP Issues The House Caucus on Intellectual Property, along with the House Caucus on Entertainment, hosted today a roundtable discussion organized by International Intellectual Property Institute (IIPI) on Verizon’s new FiOS TV and the implications this new service will have on combating digital copyright... Read More »

Industry Experts Discuss the MGM v. Grokster Case

Industry Experts Discuss the MGM v. Grokster Case

Fourth House IP Caucus Roundtable presents a lively informative copyright debate to Members of Congress Washington, DC On March 10, 2005, IIPI hosted a congressional roundtable discussion to publicize the first intellectual property focused Supreme Court case in twenty years, the MGM v. Grokster case. This is the first copyright... Read More »

Striking a Balance in Trademark Protection- May 2004

Striking a Balance in Trademark Protection- May 2004

Managing IP Trademark Debate Photo © Tatiana Popova 2007 ... Read More »

Please Donate Patents on the Shelf; Tax Benefits can be Focused for Greater Good

Please Donate Patents on the Shelf; Tax Benefits can be Focused for Greater Good

IP Donations Photo © Boris Yankov 2007 ... Read More »

IIPI Policy Review Explores Controversial “Patent Donation” Policy

Washington, DC.The International Intellectual Property Institute (IIPI) today released a policy review on the topic of patent donations. The review, part of the IIPI’s cooperative project agreement with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, is based on more than 80 interviews with representatives from 60 corporations, universities,... 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 »

Courts Viewed as “Critical Institutions” for Economic Success

Washington, DC. The International Intellectual Property Institute (IIPI) released today an interim study that reports that growth in the developing and transitioning economies of Latin America, Africa, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the Pacific critically rests on the capacities of courts and judges to enforce commercial... Read More »

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