As Halloween approaches, now is the time that trick or treaters everywhere are planning their spooky costumes. Here are our tips on staying safe from poor quality counterfeits and 'creeping it real'.
It is important that IP owners are able to enforce their rights and resolve disputes as quickly and cheaply as possible.
What does Sherlock Holmes have in common with the IPO's counterfeit goods report? Our blog explores the connection between crime fiction and real IP crime.
Counterfeit tobacco costs the UK economy billions each year. Thankfully, Stuart Phillips and his top dogs Scamp and Koko have a nose for detecting the illicit product and are closing in on the criminals who sell and distribute it.
IP crime has infiltrated almost every community across the UK and can have dangerous consequences. Read how the IPO are helping train police officers to recognise what IP crime is and what enforcement action can be taken against the IP criminals involved.
Sunday 26 April is World IP Day, when the IPO celebrates intellectual property, or IP.
As part of the government's IP enforcement framework review, the IPO are setting up a working group to capture people's experiences of using the framework to protect their IP.
The watch market booms at Christmas time. Choosing the best present for the right person is an act of love. This year, make sure your gift is the real thing.
What does a poppy mean to you? For some criminals, it's a chance to exploit a well-known charity and make money. Helen Barnham shares why the poppy is so important to her and how consumers can avoid the fakes ahead of this Remembrance Sunday.
Changing perceptions and attitudes to buying fake goods is difficult.
Vehicle crime has come a long way since the first highwaymen hijacked coaches on the turnpike roads surrounding 17th century London.