Intellectual Property Office (IPO)
This page provides summaries of Cross-Government Prosperity Fund country programmes that the Foreign & Commonwealth Office delivers.
The UK aims to promote the non-discriminatory and transparent application of IP rules within national IP regimes.
Photographer and film maker, Rick Bronks heads up Satureyes Media and shares how he protects his copyright.
The 2017/18 annual review of the IPO’s work monitoring collective management organisations and other licensing bodies.
The government is seeking views on how the UK can implement the Marrakesh Treaty.
Shaun Pulfrey is a hair guru to men and women across the world, fighting the war on tangles with his patented hairbrush.
Online company These Please explain how their registered designs are helping them fight the copycats.
Brompton Chief Executive Officer, Will Butler-Adams, explains how they have exploited their patents and trade marks to ensure they are market leaders.
The government seeks views on proposed changes to UK law resulting from the Trade Mark Directive 2015.
Call for views on maximising the incentives of the Intellectual Property system to stimulate collaborative innovation and licensing opportunities.
Founder and CEO of Backstage Tales talks about her business and why IP is so important.
The founder and CEO of Fit 2 Trip talks about his company and the importance of IP.
Zaneta and Dr Chris Brock discuss how they worked together to create a sous vide oven.
Dr April Roberts and Professor S.S.
Command paper responding to the Health and Social Care Committee's report 'Brexit: medicines, medical devices and substances of human origin'.
The government is seeking views on draft regulations relating to trade secrets.
The government is seeking views on the enforcement of the Portability Regulation in UK Law.
The CLA has applied to the government for a licence to operate an ECL scheme.
Results of the consultation and the government's plans in light of the responses received.
Business guidance related to the Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Act 2017.
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