25th November 2017
30 November 2017, London
As discussed in our 10th edition, design law and design registration systems vary hugely across the globe. Knowing and understanding the quirks and features of different national systems can be the key to the smooth running of an international design filing project, as actions taken in one territory can have an impact on what can be registered elsewhere. Here we highlight some of our favourite facts from across the world.
Co-authored by Georgie Hart.
Patricia is a Senior Trade Mark Attorney in the Intellectual Property Department, based in our London office. She has extensive experience of all aspects of brand protection and portfolio management, helping clients devise and implement global clearance and protection strategies using national, regional and international trade mark and design systems. She has advised high-profile clients in a range of sectors including telecommunications, fashion, food and beverages, financial services and media.
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