Young People Know that Intellectual Property Exists but Lack Insight in How IP Rights Work

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The post Ivan’s IP appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. IP Institutions RussiaBoing Boing reports on a chilling development: The Kremlin is using Russia’s new anti-software-piracy laws to target dissident media outlets and shut them down. This is an eerie echo of.

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World IP Day 2022 Emphasizes Youth Contributions to IP

IP Watchdog

It is once again World IP Day, on which the global intellectual property (IP) community celebrates IP and innovation, as well as the day that the Convention establishing the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) came into force (April 26, 1970).

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World IP Day: IP and Youth-Innovating for a Better Future (Kidovate as an Example)?

Hugh Stephens Blog

This year the theme of World Intellectual Property (IP) Day, April 26, is “IP and Youth: Innovating for a Better Future”.

Managing IP Summit: how COVID changed IP

Managing IP

In-house panellists weighed up the most disruptive trends in IP, from the TRIPS waiver to the rise of remote working. IP Strategy News Life sciences Default Europe Patents

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Etsy Launches New IP Portal

Plagiarism Today

The post Etsy Launches New IP Portal appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Vaccine Access Advocacy Groups Speak Out as COVID IP Waiver Talks Heat Up

IP Watchdog

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Protection of Intellectual Property (IP) in the Metaverse

Kashishipr

The dramatic rise in e-commerce in the last two decades saw many brand and business owners struggling to safeguard their Intellectual Property (IP) assets in cyberspace, starting from domain names and then going onto social media handles. IP Challenges in the Metaverse.

Managing IP EMEA Awards 2022: all the winners revealed

Managing IP

More than 450 guests joined us at the Royal Lancaster London to celebrate IP work achievements by law firms and in-house teams. News Patents Trademarks Copyright Free Europe Middle East Africa IP Strategy Awards Managing IP Awards

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IP Rights Awareness is Being Taught to Students of All Ages ‘to Build China into an IP Powerhouse’

IP Close Up

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Troutman Pepper is Seeking an IP Services Assistant

IP Watchdog

Troutman Pepper is Seeking an IP Services Assistant. The IP Services Assistant is a full-time, regular position with an annual billable requirement. IP News IPWatchdog Articles JobOrtunities Job Board

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WTO Conference Could End with Agreement on COVID Vaccine IP Waiver This Week

IP Watchdog

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IPBasics.org is Launched: Less is More When it Comes to Understanding IP Rights

IP Close Up

When it comes to understanding intellectual property rights at least one organization has come to believe that less is more. A fresh approach to learning Continue reading.

Promoting IP Awareness Through Mandatory Modules

IPilogue

Jaime Zorrilla is an IP Innovation Clinic Fellow and a 2L JD/MBA Student at Osgoode Hall Law School & the Schulich School of Business. Pina D’Agostino’s Directed Reading: IP Innovation Program course. The Report found significant deficits in IP related outcomes.

Black Hills IP is Seeking a Senior Patent Docketing Specialist

IP Watchdog

Black Hills IP is looking for a Senior Patent Docketing Specialist to join our team. IP News IPWatchdog Articles JobOrtunities Job Board

Exploring the Top 5 IP Challenges that Brands & Businesses Face

Kashishipr

Having a robust Intellectual Property (IP) portfolio and strategizing well to maintain it can do wonders in enhancing your brand value and market share. Coming Up With Valuable IP Assets. All IP assets don’t generate value. Managing the IP Portfolio Well.

IP STARS 2022: The full patent rankings

Managing IP

Patents Free North America Asia Pacific Jurisdictions Unitary patent and UPC Europe Africa Middle East Latin America and Caribbean IP StrategyWe have published all the 2022 rankings of the leading firms for patent litigation and protection work.

NAPA to Take On Tillis’ Unified IP Office Study

IP Watchdog

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Six-Part Podcast Series from CIPU, ‘Understanding IP Matters,’ is set to Debut on December 7th

IP Close Up

A new podcast series, ‘Understanding IP Matters – From creator to entrepreneur’ is set to launch from the Center for Intellectual Property Understanding. ‘Understanding IP Continue reading.

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Exclusive: European IP firm to set up metaverse office

Managing IP

IP consultancy Brandit is the first European intellectual property firm to announce plans for an augmented-reality presence. International Trademarks IP Strategy Blockchain and NFTs

USPTO Report Says IP-Intensive Industries Account for 44% of All U.S. Employment, Pay 60% More

IP Watchdog

Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) today released its third in a series of reports quantifying the contributions of IP-intensive industries to the U.S. Economy IP-intensive industries patent patent office trademarksThe U.S.

IP Licensing for Business Companies & Organizations – How to Do it Right?

Kashishipr

Any form of Intellectual Property (IP) , be it a trademark, patent, or copyright, can be licensed to third parties. Through IP licensing, IP rights holders grant third parties the exclusive right to use their IP while retaining their ownership.

Senate IP Subcommittee Starts Dialogue on Reforming the PTAB

IP Watchdog

Today, the Senate Committee on the Judiciary’s Subcommittee on Intellectual Property met to hear testimony from four witnesses about proposed changes to the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) as outlined in the recently announced PTAB Reform Act.

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This Week in Washington IP: Honoring World Intellectual Property Day, Ensuring FDA User Fees Advance Innovation, and IP’s Role in Combating the COVID-19 Pandemic

IP Watchdog

This week in Washington IP news, the Senate Health Committee will host a hearing on Tuesday to address ways that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and others celebrate World Intellectual Property Day on Tuesday with a focus on this year’s theme, IP and Youth: Innovating for a Better Future.

This Week in Washington IP: IPWatchdog Hosts Conversation with Director Vidal; Congress to Discuss Improving Predictability at the PTAB; and Mitigating Risks in New Technologies

IP Watchdog

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How Technology is Reshaping the IP Management Industry

IP Watchdog

There’s hardly any area in entrepreneurship today that deals with innovation more than intellectual property rights protection – in fact, cutting edge technology and inventions are at the core of the IP industry.

This Week in Washington IP: Potential Impacts of the Copyright Claims Board, Developments in AI Tech and the USPTO’s Inaugural AI/ET Partnership Meeting

IP Watchdog

This week in Washington IP news, subcommittee hearings at the U.S. Capitol Hill Government IP News IPWatchdog Articles USPTO Congress innovation intellectual property patent office This Week in Washington IP

IP Assignments

Sander Law

IP Assignments. An IP Assignment is a document that transfers IP rights from one party to another. The IP rights may be for example a Patent or Trademark Registration, but pending rights can also be transferred like a patent or trademark application. Monetizing your IP.

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Reed Smith is Seeking a Mid Level IP Litigation Associate

IP Watchdog

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Structuring the IP financial exchange

IP and Legal Filings

In the United States, the first financial exchange focusing on the IP asset was established in 2014. The main aim was to facilitate the non-exclusive licensing and trading of IP assets. This shows how important is the licensing aspect of the company which deals in the IP field.

GIPC’s Tenth International IP Index: Reasons to Be Hopeful, But More Work to Do

IP Watchdog

Chamber of Commerce’s Global Innovation Policy Center (GIPC) today revealed its 2022 International IP Index, “Compete for Tomorrow,” which is now in its tenth edition. The U.S.

Hinman on UIPM Podcast Debut: Quarterly Reporting of IP Rights Boosts Companies and Investors

IP Close Up

Brian Hinman knows a thing or two about IP rights. Hinman believes that companies need to scrutinize them more systematically and openly if they hope Continue reading.

IP Reveries – An Introduction

SpicyIP

Is there space for a genuine discussion around the whats, whys, whens and hows underlying the IP system? For asking questions such as – why does “pro-IP” often get translated to ‘easy grant of patents’ instead of ‘a better IP system’?

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The Road Ahead: Predicting IP Developments to Watch in 2022

IP Watchdog

Once again, this year we asked a selection of IP stakeholders to weigh in on what important IP events they see unfolding in the year ahead. While crystal balls were not required, respondents were encouraged to take their best educated guesses about what the future holds for IP in 2022.

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Examining the Legality of NFT Ownership Through an IP Lens

IP.com

The post Examining the Legality of NFT Ownership Through an IP Lens appeared first on IP.com - IP Innovation and Analytics. IP IntelligenceNew technologies are occasionally so innovative that they enjoy their first months and years relatively unregulated.

The Emperors’ New Codes: Understanding IP Community Ambivalence Toward Digital Assets

IP Watchdog

The rise in the value of crypto currencies in just three years to $3 trillion is vexing to businesses, investors and IP professional who are struggling to understanding where they fit in.

Understanding the 3 Common Forms of IP & their Varying Levels of Protection

Kashishipr

The term ‘ Intellectual Property (IP) ‘ is like the term ‘Organic’ to some extent, i.e., people across the globe possess some knowledge as to what it means but aren’t crystal clear on its specific details.

Intellectual Property Protection: How to protect IP

Patent Trademark Blog

The word “protect” is curious in the context of IP. If you think of IP as an asset, then it makes sense. Along those lines, the concept of protecting your IP would have a similar meaning of stopping others from taking or using your intangible assets.

IP in the Crosshairs: Government Agencies Terminate Relationships with Russian IP Entities as Kremlin Sanctions IP Theft

IP Watchdog

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Examining Tillis’ Proposal for a One-Stop IP Shop

IP Watchdog

Tillis’ request is premised upon his view that currently there is a fractured approach to intellectual property in our federal government, with multiple IP functions spread across different agencies, leading to conflicting policy agendas and unnecessary bureaucracy.

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