IPOPHL, NCIPR to take on online counterfeiting, piracy

IPOPHL, NCIPR to take on online counterfeiting, piracy   The Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) will set the National Committee on Intellectual Property Rights (NCIPR) moving to crack down on the online selling and distribution of counterfeit and pirated goods, as government regulatory agencies close in on unfettered selling of contraband goods.   continue reading : IPOPHL, NCIPR to take on online counterfeiting, piracy

National Committee on Intellectual Property Rights (NCIPR) milestones

National Committee on Intellectual Property Rights (NCIPR) milestones   As we commemorate the 11th founding anniversary of the National Committee on Intellectual Property Rights (NCIPR), let’s look back on the milestones of the government’s IP rights enforcement arm with 12-strong government agencies. #NCIPR11 #RespectIP  

IPOPHL Presents the IP Academy

IPOPHL Presents the IP Academy  During Intellectual Property Convergence 2018 forum The Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) presented the newly-created Intellectual Property (IP) Academy at the Intellectual Property Convergence 2018, underlining the IPOPHL’s strengthened push for education. A particular strategy under NIPS is broadening intellectual education by way of curriculum enhancement and undertaking research, to be handled by continue reading : IPOPHL Presents the IP Academy

IPOPHL sustains capacity-building workshops in drive towards operating as ISA/IPEA by 2019

IPOPHL sustains capacity-building workshops in drive towards operating as ISA/IPEA by 2019Japan Patent Office, a key partner  The Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL), in partnership with the Japan Patent Office (JPO), recently wrapped up an intensive, two-week workshop in preparation for the IPOPHL to operate as an International Search Authority/International Preliminary Examination Authority (ISA/IPEA) continue reading : IPOPHL sustains capacity-building workshops in drive towards operating as ISA/IPEA by 2019

Gov’t, NGOs, private sector tackle issues to make printed works accessible to the visually-impaired/ print-disabled

Gov’t, NGOs, private sector tackle issues to make printed works accessible to the visually-impaired/ print-disabled Published on January 29, 2019  The Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL),with key stakeholders in the government, private sector, and the non-profit industry took stock of the potential challenges in the newly-adopted Marrakesh Treaty, to ensure its implementation is as continue reading : Gov’t, NGOs, private sector tackle issues to make printed works accessible to the visually-impaired/ print-disabled

IPOPHL, INTA discuss challenges, opportunities on IPR administrative enforcement

IPOPHL, INTA discuss challenges, opportunities on IPR administrative enforcement Published on May 28, 2019 The Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines, together with a global organization of brand-owners and leading IP law firms, tackled the challenges of implementing administrative measures to combat counterfeiting activities, and charted the way forward on further collaboration. “There have been continue reading : IPOPHL, INTA discuss challenges, opportunities on IPR administrative enforcement