Earn CPD online from video recordings and presentations of our past events. We have an archive of events dating back to 2014 available to view.
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Megan Carpenter and John Sommer dissected the impact social and ethical issues can have on trade mark applications.
Phil Lewis uncovered how recent international strategies and political changes have raised new challenges in tackling IP crime.
Rose Smalley-Gordon set out the key differences between those protection regimes coming from UK law vs. EU law. In turn, raising key points to be aware of in relation to design protection going forward.
Highlighting key case law updates from courts and PTO's across Argentina, Brazil and Peru, our speakers set out how trade mark proceedings are evolving in South America.
Our panel discussed what Pride means to them, why openness and acceptance in the profession is key and how to come out and bring all of who you are to the workplace.
Andrew Clemson shared his key tips for handling effective domain name disputes.
In this Paralegal webinar we highlighted the significance of license recordals to your role as a paralegal and best practice for recording them at the UK IPO and WIPO.
Graham McCartney, co-founder of the charity Jonathan’s Voice, provided information and practical ideas on how leaders can put measures in place to ensure that workplaces are mentally healthy.
Douglas Roberts talked us through the key moments when you should seek further input from a solicitor regarding non-IP aspects of the law.
In this interactive webinar we examined how to manage the risk of your letter to an opponent being interpreted as an unjustified threat.
Our panel of speakers set out some top tips to improve your organisation and people skills and help you fulfill your career ambitions as a CITMA Paralegal.