Why you should attend the Trade Mark & Designs sessions
Trade marks are the visible jewel in the IP crown. Skilfully conceived; correctly registered; properly used and protected against copycats, infringers, counterfeiters and pirates, a trade mark can attain great worth on a corporate balance sheet. This asset can sell the corporate owner better than its top representative. Best of all, trade marks can have a never-ending life cycle.
Trade mark practitioners bear a heavy responsibility in their role as advisor to the trade mark owner. They need vigilantly to keep up to date on practice skills and advocacy, with an eye to what is also happening in the international arena.
One of the supporting arches in the IP crown are design patents/industrial designs providing distinct configuration and surface ornamentation to the crown itself which has a practical utility.
London’s trade mark and design panels are staged to benefit practitioners in these practice spaces.
Thursday 5 October 2023
|11:00-12:30||Protecting 3D Product Configuration Trade Marks|
|14:00-15:30||The unglamorous side of counterfeit goods|
|16:00-17:30||Are Multi-Lateral IP Treaties a thing of the past?|
Friday 6 October 2023
|11:00-12:30||The juxtaposition between Courts and Administrative Tribunals|
|14:00-15:30||The protection of digital goods|