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Arno Hold and Diarmuid De Faoite of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property walk WIPR through the process of how the association’s resolutions are created and their influence on the international IP system.
The International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property, generally known under its French abbreviation of AIPPI, has been shaping IP for more than 120 years.
It is politically neutral and open to all individuals interested in IP protection on a national and/or international level. AIPPI’s membership includes IP lawyers, patent attorneys, patent agents and trademark agents, and in-house counsels, as well as judges, civil servants, academics and engineers.
With around 9,000 members from more than 125 countries, AIPPI strives to harmonise, improve and promote the protection of IP both internationally and nationally.
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