IPReg Consultation on Litigation Rights for Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys
17 October 2011
The IP Federation has responded to the IPReg consultation on Litigation Rights for Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys with deadline 17 October 2011. We support IPReg in its proposals to issue a revised qualification regime for patent attorney and trade mark attorney litigators to facilitate the grant of relevant rights to registered patent and trade mark attorneys.
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