IIPI:  International Policy and Cooperation

IIPI Begins Work on Central American Patent Search Authority

IIPI Begins Work on Central American Patent Search Authority

Feasibility Study Funded by EPO Washington, DC The International Intellectual Property Institute project team has begun carrying out a feasibility study on behalf of the European Patent Office, investigating the potential of creating a regional patent search system within the Mexican Patent Office that will provide improved patent... Read More »

Conference Highlights IP in West Africa

Conference Highlights IP in West Africa

Washington, DC The International Intellectual Property Institute (IIPI), in association with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and ABA-Africa, successfully concluded a 3-day conference in Dakar, Senegal, titled West Africa and Intellectual Property: Policy Priorities to Foster Economic Growth, Public Health and Culture.”... Read More »

Addressing the Crises in the Global Patent System

Addressing the Crises in the Global Patent System

Hon. Bruce Lehman – Singapore – October 2004 Singapore Photo © Christopher Hudson ... Read More »

Delegates from 23 Countries Explore Strategies for Building Software Industries in Developing Nations

Delegates from 23 Countries Explore Strategies for Building Software Industries in Developing Nations

Washington, DC. The International Intellectual Property Institute, IIPI, opened its “Strategies for Building Software Industries in Developing Countries” conference today at the East-West Center at the University of Hawai’i, in Honolulu today. Approximately 100 delegates representing 23 countries are attending the forum... Read More »

Experts Discuss Economic Impact of New Caribbean Court of Justice at International Symposium

New Court replacing Privy Council could mean greater economic opportunity for Caribbean region as well as more autonomy Chief Justice David Simmons of the Barbados Supreme Court, discusses the role of the CCJ in successful regional economic integration. Washington, DC Over 150 judges, attorney generals, attorneys, legal scholars... Read More »

Brazilian Conference on Technology Transfer, Intellectual Property Rights and Business Policy Hailed as a Success

Brazilian Conference on Technology Transfer, Intellectual Property Rights and Business Policy Hailed as a Success

Brazilian and international IP experts discuss strategies for improving nation’s infrastructure to better accommodate information-based industries Washington, DC The International Intellectual Property Institute (IIPI) concluded its international conference on technology transfer, intellectual property rights and business policy... Read More »

Is a Sui Generis System Necessary? Benefit-Sharing Agreements

Is a Sui Generis System Necessary? Benefit-Sharing Agreements

Is a Sui Generis System Necessary? Benefit-Sharing Agreements New York PDF Photo © Camilo Jimenez 2007 ... Read More »

Page 5 of 7« First...34567