Intellectual Property Policy Group

The Intellectual Property Policy Group (IPPG) works to influence national and international legislation and practice to support an IPR regime that incentivises and protects UK innovation. The committee focuses on aspects of IP that are particularly relevant to the tech industry including patents, copyright licensing, and European IPR policy. Members of the committee are qualified patent agents and IP practitioners from large and small companies.

George Whitten, Qualcomm

Vice Chairs:    
Claudia Tapia Garcia, Ericsson Ltd

IP for Business
The group meetings are also an opportunity to find out more information about "IP for Business", which was launched by the UK Intellectual Property Office to help small firms identify, protect and grow their intellectual property assets.

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