14 May 2023FeaturesJurisdiction reportsKeesha Fleming Lake

Caribbean: How Anguilla is transforming its IP system

In April this year, I spoke with the Anguilla intellectual property registrar, T. Lanston Connor and the intellectual property officer, Jemmisa Graneau-Gumbs. We discussed the current operations and future goals at the Anguilla IP office and possible changes to IP legislation in Anguilla. It was evident that Anguilla is paying close attention to the importance of IP protection in the region to ensure effective enforcement of IP rights and anti-counterfeit measures.

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