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Specialized Intellectual Property Courts World-Wide
Click the interactive map above to learn more about specialize IP Courts in different countries.
The Madrid Protocol is U.S. law governing international trademarks. It is found in 15 U.S.C. Chapter 22, Subchapter IV.
Articles, Journals & News Sources
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) developed this searchable database to locate national law and treaties relating to intellectual property.
Kluwer International Encyclopedia of Laws for Intellectual Property
This database provides explanations of IP laws in a variety of countries. The information is compiled by experts in the field and accessible through PDFs.
UNESCO Collection of National Copyright Laws
This database is an endeavor by UNESCO to provide the copyright laws for their member-states. The database is constantly updated, but some of the links may be broken. English translation of the laws are not usually available through this site.