Intellectual Property Protection - The International Framework of Multilateral Agreements
Created on October 21, 2019
How does counsel protect a client's trademarks, copyrights, patents and other intellectual property as the client's business grows internationally? Join intellectual property attorney Donald Prutzman for an introduction to the network of international agreements governing intellectual property protection worldwide and a discussion of how to determine the most efficient and cost-effective ways to provide for international intellectual property protection.
- Identify the basics of the principal multilateral agreements governing international intellectual property protection-The Paris Agreement, The Madrid Agreement and Protocol, The Pan-American Agreement, The Berne Agreement and The Patent Cooperation Treaty
- Recognize the alternatives to multilateral treaties for international property protection-individual country registrations; supra-national registrations
- Combine the available methods to structure effective, cost-efficient protection for a client's intellectual property in the jurisdictions where it is needed
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