Taylor Wessing, the UK-based international law firm, launched its 5th Global Intellectual Property Index (GIPI5), where different Intellectual Property (IP) regimes around the world have been compared.
This latest edition covers the regimes of 43 different jurisdictions, rated in relation to obtaining, exploiting, enforcing and attacking five key IP rights: trade marks, patents, copyright, design and data protection.
According to this year’s report, the Netherlands has taken the lead from the previous leader UK by pushing it to the third place. Germany takes the first runner-up position.
To see the full report, please click here.