Interview: CITMA’s new president hopes to benefit from Brexit
The Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys’ new president, Tania Clark, shares her vision for the organisation with Managing IP – including taking advantage of Brexit and adapting to new technologies
The Chartered Institute of Trade
Mark Attorneys (CITMA) in the UK has elected a new
Tania Clark, who is a partner at IP firm Withers &
Rogers, succeeded Kate O’Rourke after being voted
in unanimously by CITMA’s council. She...
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