We look at how governments worldwide are stepping up to address IP infringements globally, and what this means for the IP Industry.

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Simon Webster looks at the impact the Trump Administration’s placement of Canada on its trade watchlist could have on the country's pharmaceutical industry.

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The Global Innovation Index (GII) has published its 2018 list of the world's most innovative economies. This blog looks at this list and the picture it paints of innovation's future.

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We interview Colleen Chien, former Senior Advisor to the Whitehouse on Intellectual Property and Innovation, on her career and what it is to be a women in IP.

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Simon Webster discusses the women innovators who inspire him, and reflects on the launch of CPA Global's Women Innovators campaign, inspired by World IP Day.

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2018’s World Intellectual Property Day will celebrate the ingenuity and creativity of women innovators. The celebration comes at a time when the total number of female inventors filing international patent applications has tripled year-on-year, according to the most recent figures from the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO).

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Learn the 5 takeaways from the 4th Annual IP Forum where IP professionals in Silicon Valley gathered to learn from a panel of their peers including Google, eBay, Tivo and Skadden.

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Dawn Logan Keeffe – Trademark Attorney at CPA Global – has worked in the IP industry for over 15 years. She is an expert in IP protection, with a focus on trademark portfolio maintenance and management. We caught up with Dawn to discuss her career.

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IP literacy begins at school

By Joan Mill • February 2, 2018

IP literacy is an essential skill for anyone hoping to succeed in today’s economy, regardless of their chosen field or business. Joan Mill discusses why IP is a critical part of an education curriculum in the digital age.

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