The history of innovation is robust and full of surprises. We wouldn’t be where we are today without the hard work of countless innovators, their passion to improve the world and the support IP provided.
From Listerine to the New York Times best-sellers list, many organizations use trade secrets to prevent competitors from finding out their formulas.
There are times that inventions require more than just a patent to be protected. Regulatory Data Protection (RDP) offers an additional layer of protection to cover financial investments and proprietary data and is essential to innovators.
Intellectual property can evolve and change with new technologies. As the world becomes more data-driven, the IP landscape is also experiencing a digital transformation.
Trade secrets can provide innovators with a competitive advantage, but they also help prevent improper acquisition or theft, helping safeguard innovation.
Intellectual property protections help stop counterfeit and pirated products. These products account for more than $360 billion in losses in international trade annually.
Harry Houdini was on of the first celebrities to hold a patent, issued in 1921. He received a patent for an “easier to remove” diver suit that could be used in one of his famous magic tricks.
According to the U.S. Chamber’s International IP Index, countries with effective IP systems host 10X more clinical trials for medicines.
Innovators invest blood, sweat and tears into their ideas. But how do these ideas reach the rest of the world? Learn more about how innovations move from concept to market and how we can protect them.
World IP Review Summit 2023
Thu, 03/16/2023 - Fri, 03/17/2023
This in-person event is the ultimate event for IP professionals who want to learn from leaders in the industry, gain unique insights on the hottest topics facing the industry and forge real connections with others in the field. Participants will have the opportunity to join interactive workshops and roundtable discussions, and connect with peers in unparalleled networking opportunities.
World IP Day 2023
World Intellectual Property Day occurs every April to promote the discussion of the role of IP in encouraging innovation and creativity. Find out how you can take part and celebrate this year's theme: "Women and IP: Accelerating Innovation and Creativity."