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The CITMA Paralegal Seminar ‘Madrid Protocol: tips and tricks – what paralegals need to know’

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(l-r: Roy Scott; Jonathan Clegg; Sharon Fleet; Melanie Oliver; Daniel Smart)

Following her Majesty the Queen’s approval of the ITMA’s Royal Charter and the news that the Trade Mark Administrators had in turn undergone a rebrand and become CITMA Paralegals, Keltie LLP were delighted to host the first CITMA Paralegal seminar on 27th October 2017 at their London office.

The seminar was chaired by Roy Scott from Keltie LLP, who in turn introduced the guest speakers: Sharon Fleet and Melanie Oliver (UKIPO), Jonathan Clegg (Cleveland Scott York) and Daniel Smart (Colman + Smart). (more…)

London Tech Week 2014 – Top trade mark issues

LTW14-Logo-slideFurther to our post on patent related issues that were raised in our London Tech Week IP seminars and workshops, here is the trade marks instalment based on the common themes that surfaced in our discussions involving trade marks. (more…)

Trick or Treat – India Joins Madrid Protocol from July 8, 2013

InToday on IPcopy we are pleased to welcome  guest contributor Vaibhav Vutts from Vutts & Associates LLP, Advocates who is talking about India joining the Madrid Protocol.

The Madrid Protocol [‘Protocol]’comes into force in India from today, July 8, 2013, making India the one of the 90 countries in the Madrid System- 89 members of Madrid Protocol and the lone ranger Algeria as the only member of Madrid Agreement. Now applicants can designate India and get trade mark protection or “international registration” in India based on a ‘basic application’ or ‘basic registration’ in a Protocol member country. (more…)