Article highlightling the myths about copyright and the internet.
Publisher's website offering newsfeeds, information and subscriptions on developments in international intellectual property rights.
This site is a compilation of 'deep links' to world-wide web pages concerning 'copyright', i.e. in the English-speaking or Common Law tradition of creator's rights rather than 'author's rights' in the European Civil Code tradition.
Talks about trademark, patent and design protection in Hong Kong.
Website offering links to organizations and resources on intellectual property compiled by patent attorney Ralph Beier.
FindLaw's international bookstore offering Sweet & Maxwell's publication with fully drafted examples of commercial forms and agreements.
Website for the US government's program called the "Strategic Targeting Organized Piracy (STOP!)." It is a comprehensive program to stop trade in pirated and counterfeit goods. Content includes "IP Toolkits" for Brazil, South Korea, China, Mexico, Malaysia, Peru, Russia and Taiwan.
43 page Netpreneur article in PDF format on strategies for leveraging intellectual property through licensing, joint ventures, alliances and franchising.
Website from the US Chamber of Commerce that reposrts on internationla counterfeiting of products.
The Intellectual Property Digital Library Web site provides access to various intellectual property data collections currently hosted by the World Intellectual Property Organization. These collections include Hague, JOPAL (non-patent reference), Madrid and PCT data and support fully searchable information retrieval and display by users on demand. Access to the Digital Library is available to the general public free-of-charge.
The World Trade Organization's listing of documents, agreements and position on Intellectual Property Gateway.
World Trade Organization's agreement to promote effective and adequate protection of intellectual property rights, and to ensure that measures and procedures to enforce intellectual property rights do not themselves become barriers to legitimate trade.