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What is public? The case for a "rich common"

US01-04-2012Lewis Hyde

Alongside the UK publication of his provocative book, Common as Air, Lewis Hyde takes a look at Golan v Holder, a copyright case recently decided by the US Supreme Court.

Not closed for renovation: Australian IP reform


Intellectual property reform is a hot issue in the new decade. WIPR talks to IP Australia director general Philip Noonan about renovating an entire IP system.

Aiming high: Raising the Bar in Australia


Australia is becoming more important as an intellectual property jurisdiction. WIPR takes a look at the latest developments.

Harnessing IP to develop the Mexican playing field

Mexico01-04-2012José Ramón Trigueros and Sadara Montenegro González

Sports law is a relatively new and rarely explored topic in Mexican law, as José Ramón Trigueros and Sadara Montenegro González report.

Towards greater harmonisation - the view from Southeast Asia

01-02-2012Darani Vachanavuttivong and Alan Adcock

The next three years will be vital for the development of intellectual property policy in the ASEAN region. Darani Vachanavuttivong and Alan Adcock explain.

IP Week, Crowne Plaza Brussels le Palace, December 6-9, 2011


Delegates who travelled to Brussels for the conference were rewarded with some lively discussions on how IP is changing to keep pace with innovative businesses.

Ins and outs: IP protection and enforcement

Finland01-02-2012Lauri Rechardt and Timo Enroth

Patent applications must be filed in writing with the National Board of Patents and Registration (NBPR). Patent application forms are available on the Internet ( and they can be filed in electronic form.

Developments in intellectual property rights in Ghana

Ghana01-02-2012Regina Asiedu-Mante

Ghana is a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and a signatory to WTO agreements on intellectual property (IP).

IP in Guyana: the theory and the practice

Guyana01-02-2012Rafiq Khan

In Guyana, the Trade Marks Act and the Patents & Designs Act, together with the rules and regulations made under each of them, prescribe the rights and protections granted to proprietors of trademarks and patents, respectively.

Fast action scheme now up to speed in Hong Kong

Hong Kong01-02-2012Benny Kong and David Tsai

The Fast Action Scheme (FAS) was set up by the Hong Kong Customs & Excise Department (HKCED) in 2006. Through FAS, copyright owners can take immediate action during exhibitions against copyright or trademark infringement.

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