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The theme of the MARQUES 27th Annual Conference is “Who is running the Show?”.  Many of the sessions will address different aspects of this question, focusing on who controls trade marks - brand owners, consumers or regulators. The conference will include discussion of issues such as trade mark enforcement, free speech limitations and the impact of new top-level domains, as well as updates on OHIM, WIPO and an interactive debate on EU case law developments.

The principality of Monaco is an independent sovereign state located between the foot of the Southern Alps and the Mediterranean.  The Principality borders on several French villages La Turbie, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, Cap d’Ail and Beausoleil. In ancient history, the Rock of Monaco was a shelter for primitive populations.

 
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