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AIPPI’s 2015 Resolutions explained

IP stakeholders from around the world agreed four Resolutions on patents, trade marks, copyright and trade secrets at the AIPPI World IP Congress in October. Sarah Matheson discusses each of them

In October 2015, AIPPI held its annual World Intellectual Property Congress in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The programme included four questions with topics covering patents, trade marks, copyright and trade secrets. After deliberations within the committees allocated to each topic, and debate in separate dedicated plenary sessions, the AIPPI Executive Committee adopted the Resolutions described below. Each Resolution aims to enhance, develop and harmonise the relevant area of IP law....

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