ICC has published the latest edition of the Intellectual Property (IP) Roadmap – a comprehensive guide and overview of the key intellectual property issues faced by business professionals, policymakers, and legal experts.
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Ingrid Baele, Vice-President of Philips Intellectual Property and Standards, takes the helm of ICC’s influential Commission on Intellectual Property this week—the first woman to hold the position.
The Portuguese translation of the 10th edition of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Intellectual Property Roadmap for Business and Policy Makers was launched on 22 August 2010 at the Congress of the Brazilian Association for Intellectual Property (ABPI), attended by over 720 participants.
The Spanish translation of the 10th edition of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC)Intellectual Property Roadmap for Business and Policy Makers was launched this week during a meeting of the Interamerican Association of Intellectual Property in Barcelona, which attracted close to 300 delegates from Spain and Latin America.
The tenth edition of ICC’s popular “Intellectual Property Roadmap for Business and Policy Makers” was released today, with updated information on all the major IP issues including patents, trademarks, copyright issues and discussions of less established areas such as the protection of databases and genetic resources.
The audience for the ICC Roadmap on Intellectual Property (IP) just took a giant leap forward: starting this month, the electronic version is available in Chinese, Arabic, Spanish and Portuguese, in addition to English.
ICC has published Arabic, Chinese and Portuguese versions of its roadmap on current and emerging intellectual property issues for business.
The eighth edition of ICC’s annual report on current and emerging intellectual property issues for business, released today, addresses the opportunities and obstacles posed by the rapid rise of the Internet and the increase in disputes over intellectual property rights.
ICC today launched its 2004 Intellectual Property Roadmap at the International Conference on Intellectual Property Policy taking place this week in New Delhi.