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The path to stopping infringement of your Intellectual Property rights begins with two key questions.

Africa is an important continent for the production of minerals and precious metals, but very little jewelry is manufactured there.

Candy or chocolate bars are perhaps the most commonly bought sweet treats globally, but do you know their value as IP assets?

DIAMS iQ combines long-term hands-on IP expertise and integrated IP country law knowledge with innovative digital tools in a modern and intuitive solution.

Pakistan is now the 108th member of the Madrid System, to the advantage of South Asia's IP sector and the wider economy.

Though much less visible than physical security, IP protection is no less important for an organization with such assets.

IP Trend Monitor's new study focuses on the impact COVID-19 has had on IP professionals' work and working culture.

Good record-keeping and attention to deadlines will ensure your valuable trademarks never expire.

A sampling of some of the most important terms you will encounter and a few that are too intriguing not to mention. 

A brief guide on all notable changes that IP rights holders have to face after the transition period ends on January 1, 2021.

Knock-off products are always a problem for business owners holding IP rights, but supply chain disruptions allow malevolent actors to make a tidy profit.

Celebrities know the power of branding and the benefits it brings, but they also tend to be a bit quirky.

Establishing strong Intellectual Property protection is an essential part of any effort to shield your goods from counterfeiters.

Maintaining a balanced budget while keeping up a high IP protection level can be quite challenging, especially during times of crisis.

Some aspects of the future relationship between the EU and the UK remain uncertain, but luckily most of the issues concerning registered IP rights are clear.

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