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The Importance of IP Mediation: Advantages and Limitations IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar EN 41 min Mediation The first webinar of the South-East Asia IP Mediation Workshop lays the groundwork for intellectual property mediation. Mr. Sven Stürmann, Chairperson of the 2nd Board of Appeal at the EUIPO and internationally accredited Mediator (CEDR), explains why this discipline is not very well understood and used enough to resolve conflicts in IP law, and describes its values and nature, including advantages and limitations.
EU Mediation Directive and the EUIPO Boards of Appeal ADR Service IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar EN 59 min Mediation In the second webinar of the South-East Asia IP Mediation Workshop, Mr. Gordon Humphreys, Chairperson of the 1st Board of Appeal at the EUIPO and internationally accredited Mediator (CIArb), introduces the EU Mediation Directive and the EUIPO Boards of Appeal Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Service. In this light, he explains the beginning, the structure, and the functions of the ADR Service.
Important Role of the Mediator IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar EN 59 min Mediation The third webinar of the South-East Asia IP Mediation Workshop presented by Mr. Sven Stürmann, Chairperson of the 2nd Board of Appeal at the EUIPO and internationally accredited Mediator (CEDR), is on the role of the mediator in resolving conflicts. He also discusses the soft skills and mediation techniques used in protecting business interests while accommodating the needs of both parties.
Mediation process, Persons Involved, and Information Disclosure IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar EN 71 min Mediation The last webinar to close the South-East Asia IP Mediation Workshop covers the whole mediation process and all persons involved in the process. Mr. Gordon Humphreys, Chairperson of the 1st Board of Appeal at the EUIPO and internationally accredited Mediator (CIArb), also shares the steps, techniques, and best practices used during the pre-mediation period, on the mediation day, and during the post-mediation period.
Latest Developments in the Protection of Non-traditional Trade Marks IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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70 min Trade mark In the first webinar of the webinar series on trade marks, Prof. Irene Calboli from Texas A&M University School of Law discusses the legal context and several aspects of non-traditional trade marks, including the EU Trade Mark Directive and examining procedures of those marks such as taste marks, gesture marks, and multimedia marks.
Examination of Non-traditional Trade Marks IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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76 min Trade mark EUIPO expert Thom Clark explains the legal framework and the representation of specific types of trade marks at the EUIPO in the second webinar of the webinar series on trade marks. The webinar also includes a Q&A session on the examination of particular kinds of marks.
Measures to Prevent Bad-faith Registrations and Protection of Well-known Trade Marks IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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84 min Trade mark Prof. Irene Calboli from Texas A&M University School of Law comes back to the series of webinars on trade marks and explains in the last session how the Paris Convention and the TRIPS Agreement, for example, provide the framework for the protection of trade marks and the prevention of bad-faith registration.
Protection of Geographical Indications (GIs) in the European Union and in International Trade Agreements IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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89 min Geographical Indications In this webinar, GI expert Aitor Pomares covers the overview of the EU's GI system, the concepts of GI, the registration process in the EU, the procedure for the registration of non-EU products. In the following session, Laurent Lourdais from the EU Delegation to Thailand discusses international approaches on GIs.
Control of Geographical Indications (GIs) in the EU and Protection of GIs in the Market IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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94 min Geographical Indications GI expert Aitor Pomares describes the scope of GI protection as defined in the specific EU Regulation and in bilateral Agreement between the EU and the third country. In another session, he discusses controls of GI in the EU Member States at a producer and a market level.
The EU Legal Framework on Copyright and Related Rights IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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45 min Copyright Gyta Berasneviciute-Singh, EU copyright expert from the European Observatory at the EUIPO, presents in the webinar on copyrights the overview of EU's legislative framework, referring to several generations of EU copyright directives; the modernised rules; and the practice of the Court of Justice of the EU.
Collective Rights Management in the European Union IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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24 min Copyright In this webinar on copyrights, Ioannis Kikkis discusses the overview of Collective Rights Management in the EU, which includes the Collective Rights Management Organisations (CMOs) and the main fields of collective rights. He also focuses on the EU's legal instruments used to improve the governance of CMOs, etc.
Rules on E-commerce and IP Infringement in the Digital and Online Environment IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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25 min Online Infringement Digital technology and internet have brought about new forms of IP works and opportunities for creators. However, they also increase threats to IPR enforcement. This webinar presented by Angel Galgo Peco, the Chairperson of the Commercial Law Section at the Court of Appeal of Madrid, discussed new challenges and the legal pillars that facilitate IPR protection in the online environment.
Remedies Against Online IP Infringements, Including the Role of Intermediaries IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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24 min Online Infringement Angel Galgo Peco, the Chairperson of the Commercial Law Section at the Court of Appeal of Madrid, presented several traditional judicial remedies based on the TRIPS Agreement that are used in jurisdiction against online IP infringement and best practices in the voluntary schemes developed by provate sectors to tackle the problems.
New Forms of Trade Marks in the European Union IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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26 min Trade Mark This webinar presented by Thom Clark, Senior Expert in Legal Affairs at the EUIPO, provides the overview of the EU legal framework on trade mark, related regulations concening traditional anf new types of trade marks, and cases examinated under these EU regulations.
EU Case Law on Trade Marks IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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30 min Trade Mark EUIPO Senior Legal Expert Thom Clark explains in detail the EU legal framework on trade marks, covering the topics such as likelihood of confusion, duty of loyalty, reputation of geographical names, and invalidity on grounds of goods and services.
The Geographical Indications System in the European Union IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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31 min Geographical Indications Nicholas Dandois, International Relations Officer for ASEAN and SEA countries at DG AGRI, the European Commission, provides quick insights on agro-food trade in the EU, the export success and relevant trade agreements, an overview of GI system in the EU, an introduction to the international legal frameworks such as WTO, WIPO and the EU, and the benefits for producers and society.
Overview of Control of GIs and its Importance in the EU IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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44 min Geographical Indications Benedetto Francesco Ballatore from the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Policies, Italy, presented an overview of the EU-Treaty-based legislation that ensures the safeguarding and enhancement of Europe's cultural heritage, a comparison between sui generis GI, certification trade mark and collective trade mark, and regulations and controls activity for agro-food GIs
Role of GI Protection and Enforcement in Rural/Community Development IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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17 min Geographical Indications Managing Director of oriGIn Massimo Vittori describes the key factors for GI success, including solid protection and enforcement and international and regional cooperation. These factors play a significant role in supporting small economic actors and keeping up their reputation and commercial success
Protection, Control, Marketing, and Enforcement of GIs: GI Organization of Pruneau d'Agen's Perspective IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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11 min Geographical Indications Claire Gaillard présente l’Indication Géographique Protégée « Pruneaux d’Agen », son fonctionnement et la relation de la filière avec les producteurs locaux.
Protection, Control, Marketing, and Enforcement of GIs: GI Organization for Sel de Guerande or APROSELA's Perspective IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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10 min Geographical Indications L’Association pour la Promotion du Sel Artisanal (APROSELA, France) est l’Organisme de Défense de l’Indication Géographique Protégée « Sel Marin de l’Atlantique ». Dans cette vidéo nous décrivons sa mission et les effets positifs de l’IGP pour les professionnels.
The Kampot Pepper Experience: Protection, Control, Marketing and Enforcement IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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26 min Geographical Indications DIP Cambodia's Deputy Director Lao Reasey provides the GI landscape and the potential products in Cambodia. He also describes the national regulations, including control and traceability for the benefits of single producers and GI producer organisations. He also provides a detailed analysis of the Kampot pepper case study
Best Practices in the Enforcement of Geographical Indications (GIs) in the EU: The Italian Experience IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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40 min Geographical Indications Benedetto Ballatore from the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Policies, Italy, provided an overview of the Italian experience in protecting and enforcing GIs and establishing a successful economic model. For example, Italy's five pillars of the GI system, Italian authorities' roles in protecting GIs and conventional agro-food products and the cooperation between Italy and EU authorities.
Enforcement of GIs in SEA: The Need for Adequate Enforcement Mechanisms to Protect GI Owners and Consumers IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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45 min Geographical Indications CIRAD's Deputy Director and IP and Food Law Researcher Delphine Marie-Vivien offers her insights on enforcement of GIs in Southeast Asia, including its scope, actors, actions, challenges and recommendations to combat frauds and infringements in the region
The Geographical Indications System in Singapore IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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12 min Geographical Indications In this webinar on GI enforcement, Foo Wee Ying, GI Examiner from the Intellectual Property of Singapore (IPOS), presents Singapore's legal framework on GI, the current legislation and registration process, the qualification of rights, etc
Benefits of the EU-Viet Nam FTA Provisions on GI: IP Viet Nam's Perspective IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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22 min Geographical Indications Nguyen Viet Ha, IP Viet Nam's Policy Officer, explains the country's GI provisions, administrative actions and regulation system, in parallel with their benefits and emerging challenges
Benefits of the EU-Viet Nam FTA Provisions on GI: DG AGRI's Perspective IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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12 min Geographical Indications Desk Officer for Viet Nam and Australia at DG AGRI, the European Commission, discusses from the EU perspective the protection of EU GIs in third countries through bilateral agreements and the benefits of EU-Viet Nam FTA (EVFTA) to consumers and producers
The Industrial Design Protection System in the European Union IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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50 min Industrial Designs David Broedelet from the EUIPO explains how the Industrial Design Protection Systems, i.e., EUIPO and WIPO systems, work in the EU and how to file an application. He also discusses differences between Registered Community Design and Unregistered Community Design, examples of designs and product qualifications.
The Importance of Design in the EU Marketplace: How Does Industrial Design Contribute to the Economy? IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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25 min Industrial Designs Jessica Norma Lewis from the EUIPO dives into the detailed definition of industrial designs, provides examples of designs that have been registered in the EU and shows how registered designs represent innovation and creativity and play an essential part in business strategy.
Enforcement of Industrial Designs in the European Union IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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31 min Industrial Designs Eric Gastinel from the EUIPO offers many industrial design examples and discusses the validity of designs, the scope and roles of the TRIPS Agreement, the classic design litigation, the criminal route and types of design infringements.
Protection and Enforcement of Industrial Designs in Malaysia IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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33 min Industrial Designs Design Officer Mohd Faiizudin Mohd Sharuji from the Intellectual Property Corporation of Malaysia (MyIPO) presents Malaysia's legal framework and legislation, types of designs that can be registered, infringement of designs and the application filing process.
Protection and Enforcement of Industrial Designs in Viet Nam IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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30 min Industrial Designs IP Viet Nam's Design Officer Nguyen Phuong Minh explains in the presentation the scope and differences between the formal examination process and substantive examination process. He then provides an overview of the country's enforcement system and IP Viet Nam's relations with other enforcement agencies.
Recent Developments in Industrial Designs Protection IP Key SEA Recorded Webinar

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27 min Industrial Designs Jessica Norma Lewis from the EUIPO takes us through a series of examples and case studies concerning the recent developments in industrial design protection, product representations and the products' technical functions.