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OWE’s Noel Cook will be moderating a panel at the upcoming annual meeting of the International Trademark Association (INTA) in Barcelona.  The program titled, “Using Copyright to Protect and Enforce Rights in Logos”  will take place on Saturday, May 20 from 1:30 to 2:45pm.

According to the program description, “Logos are traditionally protected and enforced using trademark laws, but copyright may also be available. This presentation will focus on the benefits and challenges of using copyright to protect and enforce rights in logos in the United States, the EU, and China. The presentation will also compare and contrast trademark protection of logos in these jurisdictions and suggest best practices for protecting logos in these countries based on case studies.”

Moderator:
Noel M. Cook, Owen, Wickersham & Erickson, P.C. (United States)

Speakers:
Richard Gilbey, GILBEY legal (France)
Catherine Rowland, U.S. Copyright Office (United States)
Joseph Simone, SIPS – Simone Intellectual Property Services Asia Ltd. (Hong Kong SAR, China)
Vivien Tsang, The Sherwin-Williams Company (United States)

 

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