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TUESDAY, 21 JANUARY 2020
Mastering the Hague Agreement in Rotterdam
The popular MARQUES workshop on Mastering the Hague Agreement is coming to Rotterdam on Thursday 13 February 2020.
The workshop will be held at the offices of Ploum Law Firm and will start at 15.30.
It will be introduced by Willem Leppink, Partner of Ploum and a member of the MARQUES Council. The first part will look at the experiences gained after the accession of South Korea, Japan and the USA and will be presented by Päivi Lähdesmäki, Senior Advisor, The Hague Registry, WIPO, Switzerland.
The second part is titled “Great design is simple, that’s why it’s so complicated” and will be presented by Ellen Gevers, Partner, Knijff Trademark Attorneys.
There will be questions after each part and the workshop will conclude with a drinks reception at 18.15.
The workshop will be conducted in English. You can view the programme in full on the MARQUES website.
The cost of the workshop is €100 (MARQUES members) or €125 (non-members). To reserve your place, register online now!
Mastering the Hague Agreement has previously been held in cities including Milan, London, Copenhagen, Munich and Paris. You can find reports of these workshops on the Class 99 blog.
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