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Intellectual property organization

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Intellectual property organizations are organizations that are focused on copyrights, trademarks, patents, or other intellectual property law concepts. This includes international intergovernmental organizations that foster governmental cooperation in the area of copyrights, trademarks and patents (such as organizations based on or founded by treaty), as well as non-governmental, non-profit organizations, lobbying organizations, think tanks, notable committees, and professional associations.

International, general organisations[edit]

National patent offices[edit]

Regional, patent-related organisations[edit]

Regional, trademark- and design-related organisations[edit]

Think tanks, committees, institutes, non-profit and professional organizations[edit]

  • Boston Patent Law Association (BPLA)

Defunct organisations[edit]

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