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Free Webinar Organized by PETOŠEVIĆ

05-Jun-2013 To 05-Jun-2013 | Source : AG-IP News | Visits : 7457
Title: Trademark Case Law in Eastern Europe and the CIS Countries

Date: Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Time: 10:00 AM EDT/ 4:00 PM CET

Length: 1 hour

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PETOŠEVIĆ will dedicate its next webinar to trademark practice and litigation in Eastern Europe and the CIS region. Our lawyers from Ukraine, Romania, Hungary and Croatia will give quick overviews and practical tips on trademark-related issues, significant cases and developments from around the region. They will discuss trademark case law progress, how the legislation is enforced before the courts and to what extent recent cases follow the EU practice and decisions. Join us for this 50-minute presentation that will be followed by a short question and answer session.



Moderator: Tetiana Shulga

Impact of Geopolitical Developments on IP Protection in CIS Countries: Realities and Trends

Speaker: Tetiana Shulga

Trademark Practice and Case Law in Ukraine

Speaker: Elena Zubenko

Trademark Practice and Case Law in Romania and Moldova

Speaker: Florina Firaru

Recent Developments on the Formal and Substantive Evaluation of Evidence before the Hungarian IPO

Speaker: Dorottya Vittay

Damages in Croatian Trademark Law and Practice

Speaker: Ivan Kos

Questions and Answers

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Tetiana Shulga

Associate - Ukraine Office

Elena Zubenko

Associate - Ukraine Office

Florina Firaru

Associate - Romania Office

Dorottya Vittay

Associate - Hungary Office

Ivan Kos

Associate - Croatia Office