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The intangible nature of the design of a teapot or the contents of a crime novel mean that they are easy to imitate. However, these “intangible” goods can have great monetary value – which means that only those who actually own this intellectual property (IP) should be the ones who are allowed to use it. This is why it’s possible to specifically protect various types of IP.
29.11.2019 | Media release
Corina Eichenberger-Walther to take over the presidency of the Institute Council of the IPI
Court decisions now available on our website
Roundtable on the protection of computer-implemented inventions