Intellectual Property: Challenging times ahead for IP sector

There are changes afoot that will affect intellectual property and the way it is protected in Ireland and EU-wide.

27th April, 2013
IP-related industry in Ireland has the potential to make a major contribution to economic growth.

There are changes afoot that will affect intellectual property (IP) and the way it is protected in Ireland and EU-wide. The government strongly believes that IP-related industry in Ireland has the potential to make a major contribution to economic growth and job creation, and it wants to ensure that research is better targeted at turning ideas into good products and good jobs.

To this end, the government published a new national Intellectual Property Protocol last...

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