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IP in Europe: spreading the protection
Date: Thursday 12 May 2005
Time: 5pm - 7pm
The Crafts Council,
44a Pentonville Road
Nearest tube, Angel (Northern Line)
Buses include 4,19,30,38,73
For any designer, showing, selling or pitching in Europe requires special know-how in order to protect your work and ideas. But registering for design rights and trademarks in Europe is a relatively easy process.
This workshop will explain the procedure and outline the types of the protection you can get, together with an overview of which countries this protection
Speaker: Mark Kennedy, Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Markets
This event has been organised in association with OHIM http://oami.eu.int) and The Crafts Council http://www.craftscouncil.org.uk)
Speaker for this event:
Mark Kennedy is the external relations officer for the General Affairs and External Relations Department of The Office for the Harmonisation in the Internal Markets
He joined OHIM's Examination Division in November 1997 as an assistant examiner, and after four years moved to the Boards of Appeal where he undertook linguistic revision of texts. As of January 2003, he forms part of OHIM's External Relations Department, dealing primarily with USA, Japan and the United Kingdom.
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