IAM names its IP personalities of 2016

There is little doubt that last year was among the most momentous of recent times – in intellectual property as in so many other areas. That made choosing our IP personalities of 2016 a tough task

The list of contenders for the 10 IAM IP personalities of the year for 2016 was probably longer than that for any previous year – so much has happened over the last 12 months in so many different parts of the world. But after a great deal of consideration, the final list has now been drawn up. As long-time readers know, we define a ‘personality’ in broad terms. You do not have to be a human being or even a single identifiable entity to qualify – it is all about who and what caught our eye over the past 12 months. With that in mind, this is who and what we felt defined the last year in intellectual property.

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