With a second government shutdown looming, this blog investigates what lessons can be learned from the USPTO coming perilously close to ceasing patent operations.

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In light the EUIPO cancelling McDonalds' 'Big Mac' European trademark, Strategy SVP Jayne Durden blogs on trademark clutter as a a pressing concern for brands.

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This blog investigates the latest revision to Chinese patent law, the latest step in alleviating concerns around China’s IP practices.

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CEO Simon Webster blogs about some of the the most important challenges around trademarking today.

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The Chief Economist of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Maury Obstfeld, has said that a flexible intellectual property regime in China could be key to resolving trade tensions with the U.S.

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Following his discussions with senior IP executives at our IGNITE! 2018 customer even this year, Simon Webster blogs on the issue of how many companies IP management budgets have been constrained for a decade.

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China took the top spot with the highest number of IP rights filed in 2017, with both internal and external innovators looking to introduce their innovation to one of the world’s biggest economies.

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The keynote conference on day three of CPA Global IGNITE! 2018 addressed the specific needs and requirements of law firms, corporate IP departments and how CPA Global can address these more effectively.

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In a keynote presentation to IGNITE! 2018, Erich Andersen, Corporate Vice President and Chief IP Counsel of Microsoft, outlined how the software giant manages best practice across a huge and diverse range of IP assets.

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