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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 »

IIPI and WIPO Co-host Copyright Event on the Hill

IIPI and WIPO Co-host Copyright Event on the Hill

Washington, DC. The International Intellectual Property Institute (IIPI) and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) co-hosted an informative luncheon for Congress people and their staff on international copyright law, piracy prevention, and the United States’ copyright policies on Friday, July 14, 2006. The luncheon,... Read More »

The UDRP – A Guide for SMEs

The UDRP – A Guide for SMEs

This guide has been produced in order to give consumers and small and medium-sized enterprises, particularly those in developing countries, an introduction to disputes over domain names on the Internet. Domain names are the exclusive addresses used on the Internet to host services such as email and websites such as example.com. As... Read More »

Strategies in International Patent Protection

Strategies in International Patent Protection

This ‘Guide for applicants’ aims to provide companies, inventors, and their representatives with an outline of the procedure for filing international patent applications, offering practical advice to smooth the way to a patent. This initial version describes and explains the route to an international patent and the associated... Read More »

Identifying Counterfeit Goods – A Guide for Consumers

Identifying Counterfeit Goods – A Guide for Consumers

Counterfeiting and piracy cost the global economy billions of dollars per year, and the economic damage done to emerging economies is hindering development and endangering lives. Not only are businesses losing money in sales, but governments are losing considerable amounts of tax revenue. The rise of intellectual property related... Read More »

How to Police IP – A Guide for SMEs

How to Police IP – A Guide for SMEs

One of the biggest obstacles for SMEs that would like to use intellectual property (IP) in developing countries is the policing and enforcement of their IP abroad, particularly in leading markets like the United States and Europe. The trade in counterfeit goods is definitely no longer limited to cheap copies of luxury goods; almost... 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 »

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