WIPODs – WIPO Podcasts on Intellectual Property

WIPODs are podcasts produced by the World Intellectual Property Organization – tune in for stories and conversations on innovation, creativity, intellectual property, and much more.

WIPOD – Intellectual Property Matters

Take a deep dive into the fascinating world of creativity, innovation and intellectual property – listen, learn and get inspired by artists, musicians, entrepreneurs, researchers, experts, and others.

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Classroom Conversations: FTW – Tapping into the Potential of IP in Videogames · March 10, 2023 - What does intellectual property (IP) have to do with videogames? Hear from Gaetano Dimita, an expert on games and interactive entertainment law, and Senior Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London, as he connects the dots between the worlds of IP and videogames. Read transcript.

WIPOD – Make IP Your Business

Intellectual property (IP) is for every business – but how can you make the most out of it? Hear from business experts, entrepreneurs and industry professionals, and get inspired.

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Videogames and IP: A perfect match? · March 20, 2023 - Intellectual property is everywhere in videogames. Join co-hosts Allison Mages, Head of WIPO’s IP Commercialization Section, and Micaela Mantegna, lawyer and scholar at Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, and special guest Gaetano Dimita, Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law at the Queen Mary University of London, as they explain why everyone working in the videogame industry needs to connect with IP and preview “Videogame Development: A Quest for IP”, the inaugural series of “Make IP Your Business” podcast. Read transcript.

WIPOD – Page Points

We bring the WIPO Knowledge Center’s collection on intellectual property and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) to life – in conversations with authors, editors, publishers and others.

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Intellectual Property and Start-ups · January 19, 2023 - The guide ‘Intellectual Property Strategies for Start-ups’ covers the ‘how to’ for protecting IP in a start-up context and in developing a robust IP strategy.  The editor of the book, Stefan Golkowsky, highlights the practical aspects of the book’s contents that appeal to entrepreneurs, legal practitioners, auditing and consulting companies, as well as investors and founders of companies. Read transcript.

WIPOD – International Trademark System Talks

Perspectives, insights, historical background, and more on WIPO’s Madrid System for the international registration of marks – featuring experts and practitioners.

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The Madrid Agreement from 1891 to the first Act of Brussels of 1900 (Part 2): Close Up on Early Trademark Laws and Brands in Pioneer States of the Madrid Agreement · February 16, 2023 – Tune in to learn more about early trademark laws and regulations in, and some of the oldest brands from, pioneer states of the Madrid Agreement, including Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland. Read transcript.

WIPOD – Arbitration and Mediation Matters

Insights on alternative dispute resolution (ADR) options for innovation and intellectual property disputes through a series of conversations with international practitioners, mediators and arbitrators.

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WIPO ADR for Fashion and Luxury Disputes · October 25, 2022 - Disputes in the fashion and luxury industries relate to a wide variety of contracts, including retail, licensing, distribution, franchising, advertising and exploitation of image rights, among others. Ida Palombella, Partner at Deloitte Legal in Milan, and Chiara Accornero from the WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center in Geneva discuss the advantages that alternative dispute resolution offers to resolve these disputes. Read transcript.


Disclaimer – The views expressed in WIPO podcasts are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Secretariat of the World Intellectual Property Organization or any of its member states.