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THURSDAY, 6 FEBRUARY 2020
One week until Mastering the Hague Agreement in Rotterdam
The next MARQUES event, a workshop on the Hague Agreement, takes place next Thursday 13 February in Rotterdam – and there are still a few places available.
The workshop will start at 15.30 and conclude with drinks at 18.15. It will be of interest to all international design law practitioners, and will also cover recent case law such as the Luidspreker and Hauck/Stokke judgments, and the Cofemel case.
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.
The workshop is in English. Find out more and reserve your place here.
Posted by: Blog Administrator @ 15.05
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