New Roadmap for Global Intellectual Property Protection Launched

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the world business organization for which USCIB serves as the American affiliate, has launched the 11th edition of its flagship intellectual property (IP) publication ICC Intellectual Property Roadmap: Current and Emerging Issues for Business and Policymakers.

Presenting the new edition in Geneva at the inaugural Licensing Executives Society International’s Global Technology Impact Forum, David Koris, chair of the ICC Commission on Intellectual Property, said: “The IP Roadmap has undergone extensive updates to reflect key developments in the IP policy landscape. It is an invaluable tool to bring policymakers and business leaders worldwide up to date on IP-related issues, from measures to control copyright and trademark infringement on the Internet to the mediation of IP disputes.”

Containing contributions from ICC experts and members from around the globe, the popular ICC Roadmap is a useful reference tool to help business, policy and legal professionals worldwide keep pace with the rapidly evolving intellectual property landscape. Published every two years, it is translated into several languages including Arabic, Chinese, German, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Ukrainian.

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Staff Contact:   Michael Michener

VP, Product Policy and Innovation
Tel: 202.617.3159

Michael Michener is USCIB’s vice president of product policy and innovation, joining USCIB in early 2017. Michener is a former administrator of the U.S. Foreign Agricultural Service who has also served as a U.S. trade diplomat and association executive. Michener most recently served in Brussels as director of multilateral relations for CropLife International, representing the association before a range of international organizations – including the UN Food and Agricultural Organization, the UN Environment Program and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change – on issues related to crop protection products and agriculture biotechnology.
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