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Latest IP developments in Turkey

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The 2016 edition of our Turkey IP Focus is now free to read online

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Aybüke Semerci

The supplement includes an interview with Aybüke Semerci, senior technology transfer specialist at Koç University, in which she talks about recent tech transfer initiatives in Turkey and what her job involves. Koç University is one of the country’s leading scientific institutions. Researchers recently developed a new type of road surface that de-ices itself.

The Turkey Focus is published as the Turkish government is preparing a new draft law to improve IP enforcement. In an interview conducted by email and available exclusively online, the president of the Turkish Patent Institute, Habip Asan, discusses that and other topical IP issues in the country.

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Habip Asan

The supplement also includes the following sponsored articles: Implementing a patent enforcement programme – by Okan Can of Deris Attorney-at-law-Partnership

How to register slogans as trade marks – by Kerem Gokmen of Dis Patent

Managing your patent portfolio – by Aydin Mutlu and Nazil Deniz Kol of INVOKAT Intellectual Property Services

Second medical use patents and the skinny label issue – by Selma Ünlü and Gülay Göksu of NSN Law Firm

Read all the articles online now or look out for the supplement in our March hard copy issue.

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