A report from MassHighTech.com detailed the ongoing sticking point of fee collection in the drive toward reform of federal intellectual property standards.
INSEAD, a globally recognized school of business, recently released its Global Innovation Index rankings, with Switzerland at the No. 1 spot. This year's list represented a jump from its No. 4 ranking last year.
The University of Bristol in the U.K. recently announced the availability of intellectual property developed by colleges and universities. The goal of the initiative is to expedite the process of development after scientists and other researchers complete projects at universities.
Boston Scientific, a specialized medical device vendor, recently announced its support for the America Invents Act, which was introduced by Texas Congressman Lamar Smith.
Major American internet service providers are likely to bolster their efforts against illegal file-sharing and piracy after lengthy negotiations with entertainment companies holding copyrights on songs, movies and other media, technology news provider CNET recently reported.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, the organization responsible for managing domain names and internet addresses, recently announced its board of directors approved a plan to overhaul the internet's domain name system radically.
The European Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market recently announced it has signed a wide-ranging agreement with the World Intellectual Property Organization.
While the war against copyright infringements is one that is certainly worth waging, litigation alone will not be sufficient to prevent content piracy, according to Clayton Noble, co-chair of the Business Software Alliance.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, the body responsible for assigning internet domain names and addresses, recently announced new measures that are being considered to improve the processes and policies surrounding domain name renewal and expiry.
The New York Stock Exchange is a symbol of international economic power and dynamism that draws the attention of financial observers worldwide.
The World Intellectual Property Organization recently announced the launch of a new program designed to simplify and standardize copyright processes for musical works in 11 West African countries.
The International Trademark Association recently announced its approval of the new Intellectual Property Rights Strategy document published by the European Commission.
Victoria Espinel, the White House's intellectual property enforcement coordinator, recently claimed that private companies are taking action to combat intellectual property infringements, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The Business Software Alliance, an organization that advocates on behalf of the software industry, recently commended House Republicans on their seven-point policy on encouraging innovation and growth.
In a recent letter to House Judiciary Committee chairman Lamar Smith and ranking member John Conyers, U.S. commerce secretary Gary Locke outlined the official views of the Obama Administration on H.R. 1249, also known as the America Invents Act.
A pilot website recently launched by the U.K. Intellectual Property Office will enable members of the public to examine patent applications online.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office recently announced plans to collaborate with the Swedish Patent and Registration Office on a new pilot program designed to improve cooperation between the authorities.
In a recent Patently-O report, intellectual property expert Ronald Mann claimed that a study on the European patent system is deeply flawed.