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The 50 most influential people in IP


For the past 10 years Managing IP has listed what it considers to be the most influential people in the world of intellectual property. This year we have ranked the top 10 in order for the first time.

This adds an extra dimension to the list, comparing the different roles of companies, politicians and IP offices, and we hope it will stimulate some debate.

If you want to take part in that discussion, please comment on the stories online or join us on LinkedIn or Twitter (#MIP50)


1 Larry Page Larry Page may not have guessed he would become a pivotal figure for IP, but as four high-profile cases pan out against Google across patents, trade marks and...


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RT @lexlanham: .@cubs seek court order to seize any unauthorized/infringing merchandise being hawked outside of #wrigleyfield. https://t.co

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ICYMI: latest weekly roundup of IP news by @mdloney https://t.co/dVInygLfhw PLUS links to all our recent articles https://t.co/NkMqZPWOfp

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RT @BirgitC: This has surprised some #trademark geeks here in the UK. :-) Good news though! @The_IPO https://t.co/LU4z9nKtK6

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