|Production Date:||June 2, 2011|
|Practice Areas:||Intellectual Property Law, International Law, Trademark Law|
A company’s corporate trademarks are the key to its business success and filing for U.S. trademark protection is a given, but when should corporations also file international trademark registrations. Intellectual Property practitioner Nicholas Wells will provide an overview of International Trademark basics including strategic considerations, international filing process and assisting non-US clients interested in U.S. trademark protection. With special focus on the multi-national methods of filing (Community Trade Mark and the Madrid Protocol) Wells discusses the costs and best practices for these different methods and provides a comparison of these methods to that of the direct filing. After watching this program, you will be able to counsel your U.S. and foreign clients on whether or not their trademarks warrant U.S. and international protection and the exact procedures to successfully register their intellectual property.
I. Direct Filing of Foreign Trademarks|
II. Foreign Associates
III. Community Trade Mark
IV. Madrid Protocol
V. Madrid vs. Direct Filing
VI. Foreign Filers in the U.S.
Barbara (Huston , TX)
Robert (Stamford, CT)
Very interesting course.
Gerry (Media, PA)
Excellent overview, with wise comments on pitfalls to avoid.
Barbara (Washington, DC)
I am experienced in this area and watched this to be sure I wasn't missing anything. (I wasn't.) I was impressed with how thorough the treatment was and with the practical issues raised by the speaker. Very well done.
Jim (Charlotte, NC)
Very well spoken and organized speaker.
Linda (Collinsville, CT)
Good overview of a complicated subject.
Price: $59.00Purchase Course (For CE Credit)
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