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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.