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The 31st Marques Annual Conference in Prague, Czech Republic

The 31st Marques Annual Conference will take place on the 18th and 21st September, 2017 in Prague,Czech Republic. Our colleauge, Trademark Attorney, Lawyer  Gunta Zariņa will attend the meeting.

MARQUES is the European association representing the interests of brand owners since 1986. From that time MARQUES has built an enviable reputation as a highly respected and influential brand owners association.

The 31st MARQUES Annual Conference will look at how brands are shaped by cultural, political and social influences. IP rights are today more prominent worldwide, and consumers are more engaged. That results in growing tensions between trade marks and other IP rights, on one hand, and free speech, cultural sensitivities and political considerations, on the other. These tensions will be explored over the three days of the Conference.

https://www.marques.org/

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