Intellectual Property Watch February Edition Now Available

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Intellectual Property Watch Monthly EditionThe Intellectual Property Watch Monthly Edition features the most important news on international IP policymaking, the latest on who is coming and going in the IP community at the United Nations, World Trade Organization, Geneva missions, regional and national IP offices, industry and non-governmental organisations, plus News Briefs on reports and events that do not appear on the IP-Watch website.

  • Developing Countries Object To Anti-Counterfeiting Efforts At WHO, WTO
  • Special Feature: Major Legal Issues Ahead For IP Owners In United States In 2009
  • WIPO Ponders New Negotiations, DDGs, Slower Patent Filings
  • Costs, Timeframe Of WHO Strategy For IP And Health Emerging
  • Proposed EU Copyright Term Extension Hits Opposition In Parliament
  • Pressure Builds For Government Accountability In ACTA Negotiations
  • International Pharma Industry Leader Ushers In New Focus
  • WTO Issues Final Decisions In US-China Copyright Dispute
  • FAO Plant Treaty To Operationalise Benefit-Sharing Fund
  • Panellists: Prioritise Public Interest In IP From Publicly Funded Research
  • WIPO Offers Expertise To Global Climate Change Discussions
  • Overseas US IP Attachés, Back Home, Take Extreme View On Enforcement
  • World Customs Organization To Replace IP Standards Body; Doubts Remain
  • CERN Leads Project To Open Access To High Energy Physics Literature
  • News In Brief
  • People

For this and more, read the Intellectual Property Watch Monthly Edition, now available online for subscribers at

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