August/September Edition of IP-Watch Monthly Reporter Now AvailablePublished on 16 August 2006 @ 8:24 am
By William New, Intellectual Property Watch
In the Intellectual Property Watch Monthly Reporter: Latest changes in officials responsible for intellectual property at the Bolivian, Indian, Jordanian and Tunisian missions, and the Center for International Environmental Law.
The Monthly Reporter features unique summaries of events, the latest on who is coming and going at the United Nations, World Trade Organizations, Geneva missions, industry and non-governmental organisations, plus briefs on reports and events from the IP community, that don’t appear elsewhere on the website.
For this and more, read the Intellectual Property Watch Monthly Reporter, now available online for subscribers at: http://www.ip-watch.org/reporter.php.
August/September Edition Table of Contents:
Page 1 IP Issues Likely On Table If WTO Doha Round Revived
Page 1 WHO IP Working Group To Address Conflicts By December Meeting
Page 2 WIPO Committee Adopts New Budget Process For More Member Input
Page 3 Idris’ Age Corrected At WIPO Amidst Speculation Of Benefit-Seeking
Page 4 US Government On Internet Control: ICANN Can Go, IANA Is Ours
Page 5 Calls For Stronger European IP System At Commission Hearing
Page 6 EU IP Enforcement Directive Questioned On Procedure
Page 8 G8 Outcome Has IP Implications For Enforcement, Trade and Health
Page 9 European Commission Fines Microsoft €280.5 Million In Antitrust Case
Page 9 Indonesia Strives To Acquire Bird Flu Medicines Despite No Patent
Page 10 News Briefs
Page 11 People
French and Spanish translations of certain stories are available on www.ip-watch.org