AIPPI Resolutions

Founded in 1897, AIPPI has adopted more than 700 Resolutions and reports.

Its annual commitment to a scientifically strict resolution process—using the expertise of about 9,000 IP professionals from very diverse geographical and cultural backgrounds as well as different legal traditions to advance the cause of IP rights for everyone—makes the association unique.

Behind every adopted Resolution is a complex process and a lot of work. This page will help you to understand the underlying processes.

AIPPI Resolutions video

10 minutes long

John Osha, AIPPI Reporter General from 2018 – 2020, explains the processes behind the AIPPI Resolutions which are the centerpiece of the annual AIPPI World Congress. In their long history, AIPPI Resolutions have impacted on Intellectual Property law throughout the globe.

Learn about how the Study Questions are chosen each year, and how they are worked on by different groups to become draft Resolutions to be voted on at the AIPPI World Congress.

 

2021 Study Questions

At the 2020 AIPPI World Congress Online, the Reporter General team introduced the Study Questions selected by AIPPI’s Executive Committee for consideration during the 2021 AIPPI World Congress in Hangzhou, China.

• Registrability of trade marks against public order or morality
• Reasonable awareness in compensation for infringement of IP rights
• Industrial Designs and the Role of Prior Art
• Inventiveness and sufficiency of disclosure in AI inventions

Protocol for Development of a Resolution Derived from a Study Question

Protocol_for_development_of_a_resolution_derived_from_a_Study_Question_July2019.doc