I think most people can remember the first record they bought.
Copyright protects many types of creative works, such as music, books, drawings, paintings, computer software and films. Copyright protection is automatic once something has been created and usually lasts for the lifetime of the author plus a further 70 years.
The BRIT School for the Performing Arts and Technology is 25 years old. It’s grown up and made a name for itself.
The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) has an IP attaché for China, Tom Duke, based in the British Embassy Beijing.
Britain’s historical and geographical landscape is well known, so why not visit some of our IP beauty spots this summer?
Common questions I get asked are; ‘How do I patent my name?’ or ‘How do I protect my idea?’.
In February this year, aerospace giants Boeing announced plans to open its first manufacturing facility in Europe in Sheffield.
We all love a sequel: Led Zeppelin II, Super Mario Bros, Aliens, The Empire Strikes Back and...British IP Day.
As a Business Outreach Manager, it's my role to raise awareness of IP and I find myself often saying: You don't have to look far, IP is all around us.
I’m a romantic, and there is something about the term ‘orphan works’ which pulls at the heart strings.
From furniture to clothing, mobile phones to cars, music has been used to promote every type of service or product.