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Measuring infringement of intellectual property rights

This report summarises the outcomes of a review of methodologies used to identify infringement of intellectual property rights.

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Measuring infringement of intellectual property rights

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Measuring infringement of intellectual property rights: executive summary

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The aim of this research was to provide an overview of existing methods used to measure infringement of intellectual property rights. The report recommends suitable methodologies, especially those capable of being adopted across different IP rights; copyright, trade marks, patents, and design right.

Authors: Dennis Collopy, Vanessa Bastian, Tim Drye, Florian Koempel, David Lewis, Peter Jenner

Published 4 July 2014