Overseas Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Attaché Program

The United States Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO) Overseas Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Attaché program was formally instituted in 2006 to to promote high standards of IP protection and enforcement internationally for the benefit of U.S. economic and political interests abroad.

Since its creation, the IPR Attaché Program has placed individuals in the following seven countries: Brazil, China, Egypt, India, Mexico, Russia, and Thailand.

IPR Attache Contact Information

USPTO's IPR Attaché Program Website