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Taiwanese Supreme Court Leadership Consults with IIPI Regarding the Workings of U.S. Justice System

Taiwanese Supreme Court Leadership Consults with IIPI Regarding the Workings of U.S. Justice System

Washington, DC . The International Intellectual Property Institute (IIPI) hosted a delegation of high-ranking judges from the South East Asian nation of Taiwan today to discuss the judicial process in the United States and how lessons learned from the American experience can be translated to the Taiwanese judicial system. One of... Read More »

How to Build IP-Focused Law Clinics

How to Build IP-Focused Law Clinics

This Report proceeds in three parts. The first sketches the rationale for facilitating entrepreneurship through IPR and entrepreneurship clinics as an engine of economic development that also furthers social justice. The second details the pioneering structure and services of the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic (ELC) at the University... Read More »

Collective Copyright Management in Bolivia

Collective Copyright Management in Bolivia

(Please note: This How-to Guide is written in Spanish with an English overview at the end). Collective management societies can be an effective and legal mechanism for copyright and neighboring rights protection and management. In Bolivia, these societal types are regulated by law and must comply with certain essential pre-requisites... Read More »

University Technology Transfer and National Innovation Policy

University Technology Transfer and National Innovation Policy

This booklet provides examples of university technology transfer offices in developing countries. Each office must work within differing national innovation policies, funding mechanisms and overall systems of innovation. That said, each office endeavors to commercialize university-produced innovations to the benefit of local... Read More »

Sporting Events and Intellectual Property

Sporting Events and Intellectual Property

Focusing on the Olympic Games, this report will look at the intellectual property-related issues and challenges inherent in hosting a world-class sporting event. Hosting the Olympic Games presents a unique opportunity and challenge for any host country; indeed the International Olympic Committee (IOC) maintains that the Games... Read More »

Lessons from the Biofuel Industry in Brazil

Lessons from the Biofuel Industry in Brazil

Brazil is a leading developer of biofuels and a leading promoter of the increased use of flex-fuel automobiles. Not only are these decisions showing positive benefits in reducing carbon output for environmental health, but also Brazil has established itself as a technology exporter that brings positive economic benefits. This... Read More »

IP Options for Protecting and Marketing Traditional Textiles

IP Options for Protecting and Marketing Traditional Textiles

There are many unique and popular traditional textile products being produced by Indigenous groups around the world. Often, these products are made, marketed and sold by Indigenous or Indigenous-affiliated organizations without a solid understanding of intellectual property and the benefits it could confer. There are some examples... Read More »

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