That means you can now read up to five articles from the thousands available online - including from our latest news, our archive of articles going back to 1999 and this blog - without a subscription.
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Managing IP has a team of editors, reporters and researchers in London, New York and Hong Kong dedicated to bringing our readers comprehensive news and analysis of IP developments worldwide. Explore the website to see our range of interviews, reports, case studies and surveys.
Some of the features available online include:
- Clippings - save articles to read or re-read later
- Searches - save your frequent or preferred search terms
- Topics - read all archived articles on specific topics such as the UPC, PTAB or Madrid Protocol: see our A-Z lists of topics for patents, trade marks and copyright
- Jurisdictions - see all our published articles on specific jurisdictions (browse by patent, trade mark, copyright and internet IP)
- Archive - browse the contents of every published issue of Managing IP going back to 1999
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As the festive season is fast approaching, we would also like to take this opportunity to send all our readers Season's Greetings.