Intellectual property in Grenada is governed by a series of laws including a number which predate the government’s formation in 1974 (World Intellectual Property Organzation, 2013).  As a member of the United Kingdom, most trademarks protections are covered under the 1939 Registration of United Kingdom Trade Marks Act (Cap. 284) (World Intellectual Property Organzation, 2013).  Additionally, Grenada is party to the United Kingdom Designs Protection Act and Patents Act (1928 and 1898 respectively) (World Intellectual Property Organzation, 2013).  More recently, the government of Grenada has acted to reduce ill-gotten finances, similar to Ponzi schemes it experienced in the late 90’s, with the establishment of the Telecommunications act of 2000 and the Electronic Transaction Act of 2008 (World Intellectual Property Organzation, 2013).