Intellectual property highlights — September 2013
The largest German intellectual property event in 2013 is the annual conference of the German Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property, which gathered more than 700 professionals from more than 30 states.
The conference gathered various participants from academia and institutions (such as the German Patent and Trademark Office, the German Federal Court of Justice, the German Ministry of Justice, the European Commission and the European Observatory) to lawyers and authorised representatives for patents and trademarks.
The meeting also introduced ‘WIPO Green — The Sustainable Technology Marketplace’, a new online platform that seeks to accelerate the adaptation, adoption and development of green technologies. The conference was attended by Karanovic & Nikolic IP practice group members Relja Mirkov and Tanja Glisic, giving them the opportunity to strengthen existing relationships and knowledge…
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