Articles

Find an Article

Filter articles

Showing 61 to 70 of 2864 results

Finding the Right Brand Balance

China, International, Taiwan22-05-2019

The Internet has revolutionized the way brands reach their customers, but it’s also forced them to tackle new threats. Sarah Morgan reports.

Making the Case for Diversity

International22-05-2019

The importance of diversity at law firms remains a center of conversation. Sarah Morgan reviews the status.

Africa: The Hot Ticket for Technology

International22-05-2019

Brands operating in the field of cutting-edge technologies can no longer ignore Africa when it comes to protecting their intellectual property, as Sarah Morgan finds out.

GDPR’s First Anniversary of Implementation and WHOIS: Where Are Brand Owners Now?

International22-05-2019

It’s been nearly a year since the European Union’s implementation of the General Directive on Privacy Regulation. Lori Schulman, INTA’s Senior Director of Internet Policy, takes a look at where things stand today.

Exploring Alternative Realities

International22-05-2019

New technology is enabling consumers to experience the world around them differently, with implications for brands and intellectual property professionals. Sarah Morgan reports

Better Business Development

International22-05-2019

Many people dislike selling their skills, but business development is an essential part of a good lawyer’s practice. Sarah Morgan reports.

The Data Holds the Answers

International22-05-2019

Efforts to combat online counterfeits have made data analytics a brand’s best friend, while prompting innovative lawyers to transform their practices, says Tom Phillips.

Choosing the Right Path to Protection

International22-05-2019

When it comes to rights protection, intellectual property (IP) owners have a variety of options, each with advantages and disadvantages, as Saman Javed finds out.

How IP Offices Use Artificial Intelligence

Chile, China, International, Japan, Norway22-05-2019

While it’s still a novelty, some intellectual property offices have begun to use artificial intelligence for a range of purposes related to trademark applications, examinations, and analysis, as Peter Scott reports.

Strengthening IP Rights in the ASEAN

Australia, Indonesia, International, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand22-05-2019

With new trademark laws and more countries acceding to the Madrid Protocol, the signs are there that intellectual property (IP) is in a stronger place than ever before in the ASEAN region and Australasia, as Rory O’Neill reports.

Showing 61 to 70 of 2864 results

WIPR