WIPO Global IP perception survey 2023: Latin American and Caribbean states showed high awareness index scores
World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) has published a groundbreaking survey that explores awareness and attitudes towards intellectual property (IP) rights.
On September 14, the President of the European Patent Office (EPO), António Campinos, had a meeting in Mexico City with the Director General of the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property (IMPI), José Sánchez Pérez.
This week, we look at a copyright dispute involving Dua Lipa and at the Advocate General’s Opinion in Case INDITEX v. Buongiorno.
The UK Intellectual Property Office is the government’s Executive Agency responsible for IP. Their international arm leads on supporting UK businesses to succeed in the global economy. They work with international partners, government departments, businesses and others to develop an international intellectual property framework that meets the challenges of today’s increasing global markets. This is done by building relationships with policymakers from around the world to help shape the international debate on intellectual property.
In addition the team provides dedicated advice to companies on IP-related issues in ASEAN/China working closely with British business representatives to raise awareness of intellectual property and to support and advise businesses considering expanding to ASEAN/China and those already based in the region. The support is provided from the UK and also through the attaché based in the region. The international team aims to help businesses operating overseas to make the most of their intellectual property and to support the UK government’s drive for growth and trade.