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The New Zealand Government has today set out proposals to introduce plain packaging for tobacco products contingent on the outcome of a number of international legal challenges. Following this announcement, Andrew Wilson, UK Director of Policy at the International Chamber … Continue reading

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There is now just over one month to go to the 2012 London Patent Summit on 8 – 9 October. This international conference—the first of its kind in the UK—will bring together patent professionals, policy makers and investors to discuss … Continue reading

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The latest edition of the ICC IP Roadmap is now available! The 2012 Roadmap serves as an invaluable tool for policymakers and business leaders alike to keep up to date on important IP issues. Key issues edition include the decision … Continue reading

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This week the European Union and 22 Member States added their signature to the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA). The EU’s signature of ACTA is, in our view, an important step in the global fight against counterfeiting and piracy. The plurilateral … Continue reading

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Sir James Dyson’s opinion piece in the Times on 7 December rightly highlights the problem of poor IP protection in China. It’s little surprise that Dyson is facing problems; indeed many technology companies find themselves in the same boat. One … Continue reading

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The news that the Government has appointed its first ever Intellectual Property Attaché in China is unlikely to hit the headlines on a day when most media outlets will be focused on developments in Brussels. But that shouldn’t shade perception … Continue reading

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