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CIPPM continues to be ready to respond to requests from industry, commerce, professional practice and policy makers with regard to Intellectual Property Enterprise.

Members of the Centre enjoy strong links with professional practitice, industry, commerce and public sector institutions. These relationships put us in a strong position to address the IP Enterprise requests that you might have. CIPPM responses will always be tailored to meet the needs of the client, and will be centred in the context of the client’s field of business.

Whatever your IP Enterprise question e.g. valuing the IP in a new technology development, drafting a non-disclosure agreement with an overseas licensee, drafting a consultancy contract that will ensure you retain IP in their innovations, preparing for a company merger or acquisition – CIPPM will draw out the key issues and work with you to address them.

CIPPM’s clients have included GCHQ, Babcock plc, DEK plc, LearningTree, Gillette UK plc, Royal Sun Alliance, Jetro, Higher Education Academy, RAGnet, DELPHI Automotive plc, and a government defence agency.

International IP Enterprise contracts have involved CIPPM working with the European Patent Office to prepare candidate states for EU membership; with the World Intellectual Property Organisation in China, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Vietnam; with the European Community in China; with the World Bank in India.

IP Enterprise and Research activity have led to CIPPM contributing to national and international intellectual property policy, management and education initiatives through collaborations with partners including the UK Intellectual Property Office and the European Community. Professor Ruth Soetendorp, CIPPM Associate Director (Enterprise), is Member of the European Intellectual Property Teachers Network (EIPTN) and Education Group convenor of the Intellectual Property Awareness Network (IPAN).

Ruth Soetendorp - Professor Soetendorp is the Centre's Associate Director (IP Enterprise)
Alice Gould - Visiting Lecturer
Lingling Wei - Senior Lecturer in Business Law
Paul Cole - Visiting Professor
Study into Design Rights Infringement - A 15 Months project commissioned by the UK Intellectual Property Office to investigate the extent and scale of the infringement of registered and unregistered design rights in the UK.
Matt Fisher – Cast Adrift on a Sea of Uncertainty? Equivalency within Patent Law April 19, 2018 - Public Lecture - Thursday 19 April 2018, 18:00, Room EB206
Robin Wright – Licensing Challenges for Open Education in Australian Higher Education March 29, 2017 - Research Seminar - Wednesday 29 March 2017, 16.00
Teaching Copyright for Critical Perspectives: Teacher Development Event July 7, 2016 - 7th (evening) - 8th July 2016, Executive Business Centre, Bournemouth University

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World Intellectual Property day: Ruth Soetendorp on Women in innovation and creativity April 26, 2018 - Professor Emerita Ruth Soetendorp, Associate Director of CIPPM, promoting IP Education for World intellectual property day for WIPO, 26 April 2018    
Spring Public Lectures Series 2018 February 8, 2018 - A series of lectures on topical issues of IP law and policy, featuring Martin Husovec (Tilburg University", Gustavo Ghidini (University of Milan), Matt Fisher (UCL)
WIPO-KIPO-KIPA Intellectual Property Impact Certificate Course for Teachers January 27, 2018 - CIPPM Associate Director Ruth Soetendorp delivered an international seminar in Abu Dhabi under the auspices of WIPO.
CIPPM Researchers Present at the 11th WIPO Advanced IP Research Forum May 24, 2017 - Geneva, 22-24 May, 2017 CIPPM Researchers Professor Dinusha Mendis, Dr.  Marc Mimler, Dr. Viola Prifti and Dr. Lingling Wei participated and presented at the 11th WIPO Advanced Intellectual Property Research Forum. This year’s event explored international and comparative dimensions in Intellectual Property (IP) Law. The event organized and hosted by the World Intellectual Property Organisation […]
Going for a Song: new video on CopyrightUser.org January 26, 2017 - Going for a Song is a video directed by Bartolomeo Meletti and Ruth Towse for CopyrightUser.org, the online resource aimed at making UK copyright law accessible to user. The video tells the story of Tina and Ben, a music composer and a lyricist who create an original song and discuss how to market it.

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