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Are IP associations failing us?


There are too many of them, but too few that can represent the industry globally. Simon Crompton argues that IP associations need to become larger and more professional

There are a lot of IP associations around the world: at least four that purport to be global, six or more regional bodies, and scores of national ones. They represent a variety of constituencies, among lawyers, attorneys and IP owners,...


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