Law students are equipped to use technology to become “smarter” in their work, using IP intelligence to increase their efficiency and effectiveness.

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In an industry that is undergoing a rapid digital transformation, so is the relationship between in-house IP departments and law firms. Our latest research report uncovers the key challenges facing IP law firms and corporates and what their clients expect from them now and in the future.

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CPA Global has produced a report about the relationship between corporates and IP law firms and how they can work together more effectively. The report also covers law firms’ requirements when working with external IP firms. The findings are based on responses from more than 1,000 patent and trademark professionals, 603 of whom are in-house counsel and 434 of whom are based in law firms. The respondents span 80 countries.

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Live from INTA 2019 in Boston, CPA Global CPMO Melanie Fitzpatrick looks at holistic IP Strategies and digital disruption.

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Aon and the Ponemon Institutes’ 2019 Intangible Assets reports found 81% of organizations identify IP in their top 10 risks, though only 16 percent of such IP assets are covered by insurance. Simon Webster discusses shifting perspectives of IP assets and calls for more to be done to integrate into board room strategy.

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In light of the EPO Annual Patents Report findings, Simon Webster looks at the increased importance of managing IP rights strategically, as the pace of innovation grows globally.

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