iamslogoThe nomination process for the 2010 inductees into the IP Hall of Fame is now open.  The IP Hall of Fame honours those who have made an outstanding contribution to the development of IP law and practice. Devised and developed by leading IP publication Intellectual Asset Management magazine, it identifies individuals who have helped to establish intellectual property as one of the key business assets of the 21st century.

The IP Hall of Fame welcomes new inductees on an annual basis. Via the nomination process, anyone in the global IP community can put forward a name to be considered by the IP Hall of Fame Academy, comprising all living IP Hall of Fame inductees and specially invited international IP thought-leaders.

The Hall of Fame was established by IAM in 2006 as a not-for-profit project and each year they open up the vote to the IP community.  Once the nomination process closes, they submit all nominations to the IP Hall of Fame Academy who then select the inductees for that year.  The 2010 nomination process is open until 2nd December 2009 and the inductees will be announced in February of next year.

For further details and to make a nomination click here.  A full list of Academy members can be found here.

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