WIPO is often stuck between a rock and a hard place. Its 184-strong body of member states can make for slow progress on even the most pressing of issues. But the UN organisation is making some headway in the fight against counterfeiting as it settles into its role as nexus – a fact outlined at an IP conference in South Africa last week. Louise Van Greunen, director of WIPO’s...

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