Francis Gurry secured a second term as WIPO Director General yesterday, edging out three other candidates.
The deadline has passed for states to put forward candidates to head the World Intellectual Property Associate. How will the Australian incumbent fare against his challengers from Estonia, Nigeria or Panama?
Amidst backdrop of growing tensions at the WIPO, two candidates have been formally nominated to head the organization.
A bipartisan group of U.S. Congress members are asking the Obama Administration to oppose Francis Gurry’s re-election
What role will rumored controversies and the broader politics within WIPO have on the election?
Francis Gurry may face challengers for his job next year, to be decided in one of the more transparent selection processes used among international agencies