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IPrism Trademark System Symposium

2011-12-1 (Thu) 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

The Intellectual Property Center at Osaka University, the Osaka Bar Association, and the Osaka Institute of Invention and Innovation, as part of intellectual property education, will jointly hold a symposium on Thursday, December 1. In response to discussions at the Trademark System Subcommittee of Intellectual Policy Department, Industrial Structure Council, this symposium aims to promote the education of personnel at Osaka University as well as persons and business persons outside of the university regarding improving the trademark system, thereby enhancing collaboration between the university and local communities and contributing to society.

Program

Part 1 -- Lectures

  • "Recent Trends in Trademark Administration" (temporary title), HAYASHI Eiji, Chief, Trademark Division, Trademark, Design and Administrative Affairs Department, Japan Patent Office
  • "How to Protect New Types of Trademark" (temporary title), DOHI Kazufumi, Professor, Graduate School of Intellectual Property, College of Law, Nihon University

Part 2 -- Panel Discussion

Topic: How to Protect New Types of Trademark

Panelists

  • HAYASHI Eiji, Chief, Trademark Division, Trademark, Design and Administrative Affairs Department, Japan Patent Office
  • DOHI Kazufumi, Professor, Graduate School of Intellectual Property, College of Law, Nihon University
  • CHAEN Shigeki, Professor, Graduate School of Law (Law School), Osaka University, Vice Director, IPrism
  • NOKATA Ken-ichiro, Intellectual Property Division, Development Department, Yakult Honsha Co., Ltd.
  • YAMADA Iichiro, Lawyer, Patent Attorney, Lexia Partners, Visiting Associate Professor, IPrism

Moderator: NAMIKAWA Tetsuya, Patent Attorney, Fukami Patent Office, Visiting Associate Professor, IPrism

How to apply:

Send the following information by email or fax to IPrism Office:

(1) your name, (2) the name of your place of work or school, (3) your status (or school year), (4) your mailing address, (5) your email address, (6) telephone number and (7) fax number.

Members of the Osaka Bar Association and the Kinki Branch of Japan Patent Attorneys Association are required to apply to the staff in charge of seminars at their association.

For more information, contact:

IPrism Symposium Office, Intellectual Property Center

Email: ipjim[at]iprism.osaka-u.ac.jp (When using this address, please replace [at] with @.)

Date: 2011-12-1 (Thu) 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Venue: Saji Keizo Memorial Hall, 10th floor, Nakanoshima Center, Osaka University
Registration: Registration by email is necessary.

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