Survey launched on protection and enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights outside the EU

[co-author: Chris Elliott]

The EU’s Observatory on Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights has launched a survey on the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights in third countries. 

The survey, which runs until 10 June 2014, will collect information in order to identify difficulties encountered by EU entities in enforcing their IPR rights in non-EU countries and will be used by the European Commission in negotiations with third countries over better protection for EU entities’ intellectual property rights.  EU businesses and IP professionals are invited to participate – complete the survey here

Topics:  EU, Inter Partes Review Proceedings, Patent Infringement, Patents

Published In: Intellectual Property Updates, International Trade Updates

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