Most Reliable Top IP Blogs and Magazines to stay updated on the patent world!

The IP world is ever-evolving. As a result, it becomes difficult to keep track of the same. But, it is essential for any individual or company to be educated about IP so as to protect and benefit from their own works, artistic creations, ideas, and concepts!

What is the solution, then? IP Blogs!

It’s amazing that there are blogs on intellectual property that bring you the latest IP news and discuss matters concerning trademarks, patents, copyrights, and IP forms and contracts. But with 100s of blogs out there, how do you find the most suitable ones?

Well, this is where this article comes in handy. We have filtered the top IP Blogs for you based on how popular their insights are and how often the blogs get mentioned by other websites. In crisp – the blogs on our list have content that is loved and relied upon by 1000s of websites. Also, they are very active with the content they post on their blog. 

So, let’s hop on to the list because this ride will be worth it.

CCC’s Velocity of Content:

The tagline that says it all – Advancing copyright. Accelerating knowledge. Powering innovation.

With expertise in copyright and information management, CCC’s Velocity of Content talks about innovative information solutions that power decision-making by helping people integrate and navigate data sources and content assets. Apart from daily articles, it also publishes a weekly podcast series on the business of writing and publishing.


CCC’s Velocity of Content features thoughtful surveys and breaking news from across the global content industries. It provides a platform for industry experts and thought leaders to share new ideas, knowledge, and observations. This helps to keep them at the top of emerging industry trends and challenges.

Post frequency: 

2-4 posts/ week

Social Media of Velocity of Content: 

Its social media platform encapsulates brief summaries of its published articles that mainly talk about the surveys, analysis, and latest news from the content industry. 


IP WatchDog is one of the most trusted resources on Intellectual Property for more than 2 decades. The blog reached over 1.6 million people in 2019 and that was the highest in two decades.

About the founder:

The founder, President, and CEO of IPWatchdog, Inc., Gene Quinn, is a patent attorney and leading commentator on patent law and innovation policy. Gene was named one of the top 50 most influential people in IP by Managing IP Magazine.


IPWatchDog is the leading source for news, information, analysis, and commentary on the patent and innovation industries while offering growing coverage of matters linked to trade secrets, copyrights, and trademarks. 

Some of the most famous blogs on the website focus on rulemaking at the United States Patent and Trademark Office and general commentary about the state of the industry.

Other than its focused participation in blogging, it also provides live and online training, as well as exclusive seminars led by top lecturers in the industry.

Post frequency: 

3-5 posts/ day 

Social media of IPWatchDog: 

Judging by the numbers (Facebook followers: 5.1k; Linkedin followers: 3.4k; Twitter followers: 17.5k) IPWatchDog seems to have quite a fan following, but is it for you? Well, scrolling down the blogs on websites can seldom be an irksome task. To cut down on such hectic work, you can hop on to their social media and find the highlights of their featured articles. This makes it easier to segregate your reading list according to your requirements and interests.

Trademark lawyer magazine

The Trademark Lawyer Magazine is fully focused on the trademark industry and does not dilute its content by publishing any other  IP articles. It is written and counseled by a well-known panel of global trademark guests and experts who provide the latest information on international trademark law issues. Furthermore, it also finds its place on LinkedIn and Twitter, where it shares the latest proceedings and other updates of trademark law. 


The magazine is devoted mainly to trademark laws.

Post frequency: 

4-5 magazines per year

Patent lawyer magazine

The Patent Lawyer Magazine is a “need to read” publication for all worldwide patent professionals. The online magazine provides the latest information linked to international patent law issues. The magazine contains information, including special features, interviews, case comments, special country focuses, patent and trademark litigation, patent and trademark and IP service provider focuses, law firm press releases, and a dedicated patent/trademark Directory of Services section. It was founded by Chris Dooley, who has over  10 years of experience and a proven track record of successful accomplishments in Patent Law.

Therefore you will find wide coverage of all the topics ranging from general patent focuses to women leadership in IP and many more interesting reads on its social media.


Patent Lawyer Magazine focuses on news and information from industry experts and other patent studies.

Post frequency: 

4-5 magazines per year


First launched in 2005, Patently-O is one of the most beneficial web blogs for US IP practitioners or those who need to stay updated with legal developments in the US. Patently-O is the American-based patent law source that encapsulates the happenings of intellectual property in America. It provides various updates, insights, and statistics on patent infringement cases. Patently-O has often been introduced as the best IP blog in the world. Today, it is cited as America’s leading patent law source.

About the Authors

Dennis Crouch and Jason Rantanen are the authors of the Patently-O blog. While Dennis is the Associate Professor at the University of Missouri School of Law, Jason Rantanen is the Professor at the University of Iowa College of Law. Occasionally Patently-O has some guest authors as well, which gives diversity to the blog.

Post frequency: 

7-8 posts/ week

Social media of Dennis Crouch:

With a decent following of 15.3K on Twitter, Dennis Crouch has opened up a platform for discussion on the latest IP news and disputes and shares highlights of his recent write-ups on the blog.


IAM is an internationally recognized leading IP business media platform. It was launched as a magazine in July 2003 to address the need for organizations to increase the value of their intellectual property and other impalpable assets and to examine the strategies they can put in place to do this. IAM produces a wide range of publications, weekly emails, and daily blogs.


IAM Magazine treats IP as a business asset and tool rather than simply as a legal right. The insight and intelligence IAM provides are contemporary, timely, and continually thought-provoking for its subscription-based readership.

Post frequency:

5-6 magazines/ year

Social media of IAM: 

Generally active on LinkedIn and Twitter with an impressive following, IAM’s feed features well-curated content from the magazine. Apart from this, IAM also has a wide role to play in organizing various events and awards. Everything related to the events is reflected in their social media.

World trademark review (WTR): 

WTR is a bi-monthly independent magazine that provides daily news and updates related exclusively to international reporting on trademark issues and private practitioners. Their leading perception is derived from a dedicated focus on trademarks and brands guided by the latest intelligence for commercial execution.


WTR focuses on issues related to trademark professionals by translating trademark law into business sense. The experienced editorial team and an extensive panel of correspondents provide daily coverage of emerging trends. The firm also includes email news and legal surveys written by a panel of leading experts who analyze trademark-related developments in key jurisdictions globally.

Post frequency: 

1 post/ day 

Social media of WTR: 

On WTR social media, you’ll come across well-defined content regarding the reports, events, summary of their articles, latest trademark disputes, and certain IP trending videos. 

Managing IP:

Managing IP magazine provides all the latest news, commentary, and awareness to its users about the world affecting IP law.


The magazine focuses on tracking the ideas of in-house IP counsel within big and small companies by directly speaking to them about their problems. Gaining practical information from such companies, they value benchmarking their strategies with those of their peers.

They hold different surveys each year, including complete data on particular industry issues. Besides this, their core objective is to interview senior judges whose knowledge is helpful to many stakeholders.

Post frequency: 

2-3 posts/day

Social Media for Managing IP: 

Similar to the other IP bloggers, Managing IP briefs about their articles on their social media and provides links to the same. Other than that, an interesting thing that you can spot on their social media is the consistent posting and ranking of its top-read articles that help readers easily pick the important articles.

GreyB Services:

GreyB is one of the most popular and insightful patent research-focused blogs out there. The blog aims to share the thought process and patent strategies you can use to align your R&D and IP strategies with your business goals. Right from case studies and strategy guides to intensive reports on various industries – they cover everything related to the R&D and IP challenges. 


The content of GreyB is useful for in-house counsels, business heads, R&D heads, partners, litigators, and patent prosecutors. GreyB also has an email newsletter through which we share hand-curated insights monthly. Click here to become a part of our insider list: Subscribe to GreyB’s newsletter.

The articles are written by experts in various industries with years of experience working on real projects, hence, providing data inclined toward IP professionals’ major goals and objectives.

Post frequency: 

10-15 posts/ month 

Social Media of GreyB: 

GreyB’s social media has a variety of content related to the IP world and exhibits its knowledge in various formats, consumed by over 15K people. GreyB is active on all the major platforms like Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter, plus you will find comics, videos, IGTVs, and creative posts/ carousels on trending topics. 

Kluwer Trademark Blog

Kluwer Trademark’s blog displays information about European Trademark law and was brought to life with the objective of providing a platform where hoards of information produced regarding trademark law can be accessed. 

About the Authors:

Their managing editors are Verena von Bomhard (Bomhard IP) and Julius Stobbs (Stobbs IP). Verena has extensive experience in all matters on prosecution and enforcement of EU trademarks and designs, in multi-jurisdictional trademark clearance, and portfolio management, as well as advising on complex IP conflicts in the European Union, on effective dispute settlement strategies, and on the protection and enforcement of non-traditional marks. 

Julius has ‌extensive experience in contentious trademark proceedings.  He is also the most often-heard trademark attorney in inter partes proceedings at the UK IPO. 


The blog publishes news and information regarding European Trademark law.

Post frequency:

6-7 posts/ month

Social Media of Kluwer Trademark:

Kluwer Trademark provides information related to tax, health, accounting, and other legal sectors through its social media pages. The content is portrayed as videos, creatives, article URLs, and infographics.

Oc patent Lawyer

OC Patent Lawyer is run by James Yang, a professional lawyer with a diverse background in mechanical engineering and project management. James holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from California State Polytechnic University in Pomona and a Juris Doctorate degree from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. 

James has gained extensive expertise in patent strategy and prosecution through his work with a wide array of clients. With his valuable and unique experiences, he offers comprehensive services in intellectual property law, covering trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets.

Additionally, he has a book published to his credit, ‘Navigating the Patent System,’ which encompasses all the information an inventor needs to publish a patent.


The team completely focuses on IP laws. They are dedicated to digging deep into the nuances of current cases and statutes to guide companies in identifying, acquiring, and cost-effectively exploiting their IP.

Post frequency: 

5-6 posts/month

Spicy ip:

SpicyIP is India’s leading intellectual property (IP) and innovation law blog. With independent reporting, SpicyIP fosters transparency within the Indian IP ecosystem. The blog was established in 2005 by Prof. Shamnad Basheer, an Indian legal scholar. He was also the founder of IDIA, a trust that makes legal education accessible to underprivileged students.


SpicyIP is committed to fostering transparency within the Indian IP ecosystem. The team comprises a group of passionate analysts and fellows, well versed in different aspects of Indian IP law and policy. 

Presently, it covers analytical posts on complex issues of IP and innovation law and policy in India. You can observe some shorter posts that attempt to cover contemporary IP news and development in a timely manner and career opportunities in IP. 

Post frequency: 

1-2 posts/week 

Social Media of Spicy IP: 

SpicyIP’s social profiles are a stage for:

  • Organizing campaigns for maintaining transparency in  IP India Institutions.
  • Frequent conducting of polls to analyze public opinion on IP 
  • Organizing Workshops and IP conferences on Indian Intellectual Property

IPwars.com – Mainly intellectual property issues Down Under 

IP Wars is a blog handled by Warwick A Rothnie, a barrister who works on trade policies, telecommunications, and general trading laws in Australia. Warwick is also a member of IPSANZ, the Copyright Society of Australia, and AIPPI and Senior Fellow, Law School at the University of Melbourne.


IP Wars focuses on copyright, designs, IP in general, technology, and anything that interests the author, Warwick A Rothnie, within the IP domain.

Post frequency: 

1 post/ week

Social Media of IPwars: 

If you are looking for a platform to catch all the interesting posts about the entertainment industry and their IP content wars, we lead you to W Rothnie’s (IPwars) Twitter handle. Check it for some vibrant content.

The content is not just related to IPwars but from various other websites that W Rothnie feels are quirky and worth reading for his audience.

BananaIP Counsels:

Banana IP is one of the largest IP firms in India. After 16 years of excellence, Banana IP is the only firm in India with various degrees of specialization, making it more powerful. With the beautiful tagline, “Client’s success is our success, they add significant value to every project they undertake. The firm has departments specializing in fields such as AI, Automotive, Electronics, Telecom, IT, Green Energy, Biosciences, Entertainment Law, and e-Commerce Law.

About the founder:

Dr. Kalyan, as Chief IP Attorney, is an internationally cited IP attorney and strategist. He co-founded BananaIP Counsels with the vision to offer high-quality, technology, and business-driven IP law services following international standards. 


Being one of the leading sources of Information providers, BananaIP keeps its subscribers updated about Intellectual Property, including the latest news, opinions, and announcements.

Post frequency: 

3-5 posts/week

Social media of Banana IP Counsels: 

BananaIP Counsels is quite active on LinkedIn, where you will find a summary of their articles.

Did you find the right blog(s) to follow? Next up are some country-specific IP blogs that made it to our list. These websites cater to IP laws of specific countries, and you might want to consider them in your reading list if you are focused on specific geographies.

IP blogs focused on specific countries:

Juve Patent:

The website was launched in December 2018 to become an online platform with daily reporting on the European patent market. From litigation and law firm news to in-depth reports, rankings, and market analysis, Juve Patent provides daily coverage on the entire European patent market, focusing strongly on France, Germany, the Netherlands, and the UK. This blog is quite active, with 1-2 posts/day, and is socially present on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Intellectual Property Office – GOV.UK:

The Intellectual Property Office is the governing body of the UK that is in charge of intellectual property rights, and the body took control of The Patent Office in 2007. IP Office UK is responsible for educating businesses and consumers regarding responsibilities and rights, helping IP enforcement, allowing UK patents, designs, and trademarks, and helping with IP policies. With 1 post per day on the blog, GOV.UK has one of the most active accounts among all the other IP blogs.

Afro-ip.blogspot.com – Africa

It is Africa’s largest searchable IP database, with articles about news, information, and comments on IP law practice, innovation, and business deals. The blog posts 4-6 articles/quarter that facilitate African IP law practices and policies and spread awareness in Africa through news, information, and social media networking.


Afro-IP was voted one of the top 25 foreign and international legal blogs by LexisNexis, and also it is listed on Managing Intellectual Property’s guide to IP blogs worldwide.

Indiana Intellectual Property Law News – Indiana

Indiana IP Law News is a source for attorneys and litigants with patents, trademark copyright, trade secret, and related interests in Indiana and nationally. Paul B. Overhauser, the author and publisher of Indiana Intellectual Property Law News, is a top Indiana intellectual property attorney. He publishes 4-5 posts per week that focus on all the recent proceedings in court cases and decisions, as well as court rule changes and policies relevant to Indiana IP attorneys.

The pandemic caused a lot of disturbances worldwide and across all the business sectors. People were forced to work from home and minimize going outside as much as possible. But one thing that couldn’t slow down is the fast-paced lives of IP professionals and their responsibility to be informed of what goes around in their IP sectors. This list, however, can make it a smooth sailing process for you.

Our list is categorized based on the backlinks and how active they are on their website, but this also leaves room for blogs that couldn’t make it to our list. Hit the comment section and let us know which top IP blogs we missed!

Authored by: Sakshi Sharma and Annie Sharma, Marketing Team

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