SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, USA, January 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — It was announced today that Jennifer Pariser, VP of Copyright and Legal Affairs of the Motion Picture Association, was named to the CIPU board. She previously lead copyright initiatives at the Recording Industry Association of America and Sony Entertainment, and was active in education outreach.
CIPU advisory board member, Jame Pooley’s WSJ op-ed focuses on partisan pressure to release the rights associated with the COVID vaccine and why ‘it’s fraught with danger.’ Read More
“Living with the Impact of Covid-19,” a CIPU webinar, features executives from U.S. Homeland Security, White House IP Enforcement and the award-winning inventor of “InstaShield”.
” CIPU identifies eight groups of IP stakeholders, all of which play an important role in perpetuating positive recognition of branded products or businesses” Read More
“…CIPU supports a variety of audiences with clear, accurate, and positive IP content and messaging.”
“… a basic grounding in intellectual property, how it works and who it benefits, is easier than it looks.”
“Greater IP education should focus on IP rights as a business practice, not just an area of law,” Intertrust CEO, Talal Shamoon, tells IPAS 2020 – Haas School of Business gathering
“… [CIPU events are] impressive gatherings of IP professionals and educators, which are conducted with great energy and sense of purpose.”
“Young Minds Focused on IP Education” – Chinese schools help children prepare for an IP world – Article cites CIPU report.
Rules to curb frivolous patent claims may encourage infringement.
CIPU served as a source for this article.
IBM’s Manny Schecter says people may have a sense of IP rights but very few really understand their purpose and impact…
Frank Yao had prepared for this moment – the launch of his company’s high-tech sports apparel line – for years. He had patented the “resistance bands” used in its athletic training clothing, the marketing team had scored some early wins in the media, the clothes were already appearing in sports shops around the country, and online sales were just starting to crank up. That’s when Yao ran into a huge obstacle.
United States intellectual property stakeholders from academic, business and legal backgrounds gathered recently to discuss how to increase public support to strengthen the intellectual property rights system in the US…
The challenge of how to improve understanding of intellectual property was debated at the Second Annual Intellectual Property Awareness Summit in New York on November 29…
The Center for Intellectual Property Understanding (CIPU) announced today that it is holding this year’s Intellectual Property Awareness Summit in New York on November 29 at Columbia University in the School of Journalism…
For many years now, the majority of the popular press has spun a tale of how patents hinder innovation, and that organizations or individuals who lawfully assert the rights associated with them are unreasonable to ask for compensation for this inventive output. . .
He said that a number of his relatives and neighbors were chicken farmers, “some of whom invented new and more effective processes to produce and process eggs and poultry that were protected under IP law.”
In a move that recognizes the importance of innovation and IP rights – and the need for diverse audiences to understand how they work . . .
Countries highly dependent on intellectual property rights do little to educate people not working in the IP field about the importance of such rights, an industry-backed study has found …