World Intellectual Property Organization

WIPO Sub-regional Conference on the Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights for Judges, Vilnius Lithuania, September 4 and 5, 2012

WIPO and the State Patent Bureau of Lithuania organized a two-day Conference on practical issues that are central to the enforcement of intellectual property rights and, more broadly, to building respect for IP.

Relevant Documents/Publications:

  • PDF, Intellectual Property Teaching in Countries in Transition Program
  • PDF, Intellectual Property Teaching in Countries in Transition Consumer Attitudes on Counterfeiting & Piracy and Awareness-Raising,  Xavier Vermandele(WIPO)
  • PDF, Intellectual Property Teaching in Countries in Transition Corrective Measuresin Civil Proceedings, Richard van Oerle(NautaDutilh)
  • PDF, Intellectual Property Teaching in Countries in Transition The Current European Union Legal Framework in the Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights, Richard van Oerle(NautaDutilh)
  • PDF, Intellectual Property Teaching in Countries in Transition Case-law Developments and Specific Issues in the Enforcement of IPRs in the European Union, Richard van Oerle(NautaDutilh)
  • PDF, Intellectual Property Teaching in Countries in Transition Gathering of Evidence and Evidentiary Hurdles in Judicial Proceedings,  Xavier Vermandele(WIPO)
  • PDF, Intellectual Property Teaching in Countries in Transition Counterfeiting and Piracy in the Framework of Strategic Goal VI of WIPO, Xavier Vermandele(WIPO)
  • PDF, Intellectual Property Teaching in Countries in Transition Analyzing a Patent Case Sub Regional Seminar on the Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights for Judges, Li Maor (WIPO)

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