The Global Intellectual Property Center located in Washington, D.C has released its third edition of the Global Intellectual Property Index for 2015. The report is entitled “UP: Unlimited Potential”.
The International Intellectual Property Association (IIPLA) is holding its Annual Congress of 2015 on 5-6 January 2015 in Dubai LeMéridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The conference main theme is “Accelerating International Intellectual Property Cooperation”.
One of the main reasons that inhibit blind and visually impaired persons (VIPs) from accessing works including books, journals and movies is national copyright laws that differ from one country to another allowing in some countries texts to be translated, but prohibiting its distribution and sharing through any communication medium including the Internet.
The Office of The Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Studies at Sharjah University invites you to Seminar :Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights & their Economic Importance.
The director of the Industrial Property Department (UAE Patent Office) Mr. Khalfan Ahmed Al-Suwaidi has asked any applicant who wish to proceed with their patent application to pay their fees for search and substantive examination.
‘IP Leadership Forum’ will be held on 10-13 January 2015 at Le Meridian hotel, New Delhi. The theme of the conference is “IP as a commercial tool in designing the Future”.
Professor Terry Flew from CCI has published a new book entitled Global Creative Industries that discusses the case of strengthening copyright in developing countries.
IBC Legal is holding its second annual IP in the Middle East workshop in Sofitel Dubai, Jumeirah Beach on 23-24 September 2013.The speakers of this event are lawyers and practitioners working in the field of IP and IT laws in the UAE.
Dr Francis Gurry, The Director General of WIPO delivered a lecture at Melbourne Law School on 22 August 2013 on redefining the role of IP system in the face of a fast changing globalized world.
International negotiators meeting under the auspices of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) adopted today a landmark new treaty that boosts access to books for the benefit of hundreds of millions of people who are blind, visually impaired and print-disabled.