Corporate IP departments recognise that choosing the right IP management system (IPMS) can make all the difference: high-quality IPMS software can reduce costs, automate manual activities, and generally make your life easier.

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Accurate IP data can be used for expanded IP search and analytics to support business decision making – vital for companies trying to keep pace with innovation.

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CEO Simon Webster outlines our company’s plan to lead in the intellectual property technology and management sector, and to grow sustainably for the long term in the CPA Global 2016-17 Half Year Review.

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Globally, 2.9 million patents were filed in 2015¹. That’s more than five new patents every minute.

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We asked Jayne Durden, VP of IP Solutions Architecture, how a law firm can make the journey from trademark strategy to successful implementation.

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We spoke to Jon-James Kirtland, Product Manager at CPA Global, about the current state of filings and what IP professionals can hope for from the future of IP management.

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Few things are more important to the longevity and survival as an attorney as attracting new clients…and keeping them.

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The future of trademarks will be a central theme at INTA 2017 – the 139th International Trademark Industry’s annual meeting, held this year in Barcelona, Spain.

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Diverse viewpoints help us make better decisions and this is one of the reasons why, at CPA Global, we chose “we collaborate” as a guiding principle. We believe in the power of combined strengths, concepts and skills.

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In today’s patent prosecution world, cost reduction is king. Every application that is submitted to a patent office ultimately represents an investment of thousands of dollars in drafting the invention disclosure and the application, paying various patent office fees, and managing the back and forth with the patent office during prosecution.

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Brand owners need to consider how to control the use of their brand by others, while continuing to manage and to protect their trademarks.

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