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IP communicators to discuss attack on enforcement

James Nurton, New York


How can IP owners and regulators respond to the unprecedented attack on IP rights seen in the past few months?

This question will be addressed by a panel of communications specialists from the world’s biggest IP offices at next week’s Managing IP International Patent Forum in London.

On the panel will be Oswald Schroeder, principal director of communications, EPO; John Tarpey, director of communications, WIPO; Peter Pappas, chief of staff, USPTO; and Hiroshi Kawamata, senior director for intellectual property, JETRO Düsseldorf Centre/JPO.

They will discuss how...


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@aaronwood Is it use in the course of trade? Also, would there be a defence under Art 14 of the new Directive?! https://t.co/kwGSPsBhI2

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Our very informative and practical #tradesecrets #DTSA webinar now recorded for you to listen/view at leisure https://t.co/mtTRE1tM8Y

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SCOTUS to hear The Slants case - but not Redksins https://t.co/zO7j7VkUVz ($/trial) #LeevTam #tademark #LanhamAct https://t.co/OV6NZfvvJc

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