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THURSDAY, 12 NOVEMBER 2015
Coming soon -- a splendid WIPO Madrid System seminar!
Our good friends at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) have been busily organising more instructive and educational fun for the trade mark fraternity: this time they are inviting everyone to a seminar on the Madrid System for the International Registration of Marks.
This seminar will take place on 26 and 27 November 2015 in WIPO's stylish Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. Our WIPO colleagues tell us as follows:
This seminar is a must for current and potential users of the Madrid System who would like to improve their practical skills in filing applications and managing registrations. Hands-on sessions featuring, where possible, real-life case examples are planned for trade mark holders, agents, paralegals and IP professionals. One to one discussion opportunities with WIPO examiners and experts are also available during coffee breaks and lunches [the breaks and lunches are the real hands-on sessions: when you see the tasty fare that is made available for trade mark experts at high-class events like this, it's not easy to keep your hands off!].
The provisional programme and online registration are available on the WIPO website's Madrid Seminar page (but note: the deadline for registration is 20 November 2015). Participants include leading European trade mark attorney Jonathan Clegg (Cleveland IP).
Although the seminar is open to all interested parties, Class 46 has been assured that MARQUES members and Class 46 readers will be made particularly welcome.
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