The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) hosted a conference in Paris on 24-25 November which shed some light on the new European Union (EU) regulation regarding Access and Benefit-sharing (ABS).
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The International Chamber of Commerce, through its Business Action to Stop Counterfeiting and Piracy (BASCAP) initiative, has welcomed confirmation hearings to select a United States Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator (IPEC).
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has described an annual report on the seizure of counterfeit goods entering the European Union, released by the Directorate General of Taxation and Customs Union (DG TAXUD), as “surprising and disappointing”.
With the implementation of the new European Union (EU) regulation on Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) on 12 October 2014, the ICC Commission on Intellectual Property (IP) will organize a conference to demystify the new measure.
In 2014, ICC released the 12th edition of its flagship intellectual property (IP) publication, “The ICC Intellectual Property Roadmap: Current and Emerging Issues for Business and Policymakers”.
The contribution of trade secrets to knowledge diffusion and collaborative innovation is the focus of the latest intellectual property research paper from the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).
ICC Secretary General John Danilovich took part in panel session to launch the 7th edition Global Innovation Index 2014 (GII) on the occasion of the Business 20 (B20) meeting of international business leaders in Sydney.
Mikhailo Kunitsky, Director of Trade in the Ukrainian Ministry of Economic Development, told senior government and business leaders that the government will establish a stronger system for protecting intellectual property (IP) rights.
The 12th edition of the ICC’s "Intellectual Property Roadmap: Current and Emerging Issues for Business and Policymakers" was released today at the Intellectual Property Business Congress (IPBC) global conference in Amsterdam.
More than 300 government and business leaders came together in London this week to press for stronger intellectual property (IP) enforcement measures in Europe and worldwide.