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Weekly Roundup of IP News - Week of August 26th - September 1st

post Wednesday September 4, 2013

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Intellectual Property Industry Leaders Gather at Singapore’s IP Week:

IP Week in Singapore runs from August 26-30 and CONSOR Chairman Weston Anson is taking a prominent role as a speaker for three separate seminars. The gathering brings together 600-800 industry leaders to discuss and share how businesses, government officials and professionals could scale their ideas through smart use of intellectual property. The week combines a number of IP conferences, including the Global Forum on Intellectual Property (GFIP), and the France-Singapore Patent Symposium (France-SPS); Mr. Anson will be speaking at both.

India: The Product Life Cycle In The Context Of Intellectual Property:

From the moment you wake up till you settle at night, you are surrounded by Intellectual Property (IP). From the alarm clock that wakes you to the mouthwash you use at night the IP's are really everywhere. Recently, I noticed a relatively newer form of hand pump, which was quite different from the hand pumps romanticized in the movies.

What to do when your intellectual property is infringed:

The quickest way of stopping any infringement is often to write to the person or company either directly or via a lawyer to put them on notice of your rights and ask them to stop. It is often possible to reach an agreement and stop the infringement or reach a license agreement without wasting too much time or money.

Singapore SMEs Set to Leverage Intellectual Property Assets for Funding:

At the 4th Global Forum on Intellectual Property (GFIP) 2013 this week, Singapore Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean urged Singapore small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to tap on intellectual property (IP) for growth.

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