Safeguarding intellectual property is essential for pharmaceutical companies that need a monopoly period to recoup often substantial investment
Online marketplaces, such as Amazon and eBay, are fertile ground for fraudsters selling fake goods at knockdown prices to eager shoppers
Lady Justice wears a blindfold, holding her scales to weigh the law impartially, without reference to wealth, power or status. But can a minnow really win an intellectual property case against a better-funded adversary?
The Canadian government is probably one the last suspects when it comes to charges of stifling innovation, but the pharmaceutical world is still struggling to deal with its hard-line approach to patent law
The UK looks set to leave the European Union and the single market by the summer of 2019. There are a number of factors for UK companies to consider ahead of the country’s departure to ensure their businesses can survive, and indeed thrive, post-Brexit. Moreover, this may prove critical for the UK to retain its place as one of the world’s most innovative economies
Switzerland beats the UK and takes the top spot as the world’s most innovative country in the World Intellectual Property Organization's Global Innovation Index 2015
Companies should draw up a comprehensive and robust strategy to protect the intellectual property of valuable design and manufacturing secrets
Buying and selling intellectual property rights in lucrative merchandising deals can be a win-win proposition