Unless you have been experiencing a complete communications blackout, you can’t have missed the on-going media headlines around unsafe electrical products.
It is important that IP owners are able to enforce their rights and resolve disputes as quickly and cheaply as possible.
In July we published the 6th wave of our ongoing Online Copyright Infringement (OCI) Tracker, which looks at what people in the UK do online.
I have spent nearly 20 years working in and for businesses that create intellectual property. In that time I have come up against every justification for purchasing counterfeit goods.
Halloween is upon us and many revellers will be dressing up in outfits to scare friends and family.
Unilever CEO Paul Polman famously said, when confronted with the statistic that half the people in the world have lost trust with big business, “we have an issue”. Trust is at the heart of Polman’s message.
We all like a bargain, but always remember the bargain you have found online might not be quite what you expected.
The IPO has published new research that compares how different countries deal with online copyright piracy.
Like many others up and down the country I spend my weekend praying my beloved football club get another 3 points.
Counterfeiting is a threat. Not just to consumers who have been sold defective or dangerous goods. It challenges industries and entire economies.
Imagine the problems that Father Christmas would face if he was in possession of counterfeit goods.. it would look a bit like the following scenario.