Europe 30 Nov 2015
The European Communities Trade Mark Association, ECTA, has decided to grant an award to an individual who has written an article or an essay which has been of importance for the development of European Trade Mark law.
This goal of the initiative is to motivate both students and professionals to improve and develope their knowledge in their areas of interest, as well as to give their unique contribution in creating unified solutions within the European Union trade mark jurisdictions. The award will be presented for the first time in 2016.
Students and professionals are invited to take part in the ECTA AWARD 2016. The deadline for receipt of papers is the 15th of March 2016.
The award will be presented in Dubrovnik at a special ceremony during the Association’s 35th Annual Conference on Friday 24 June 2016.
ECTA, the European Communities Trade Mark Association, was formed in 1980. ECTA numbers approximately 1.500 members, coming from all the Member States of the European Union, with associate members from all over the world. It brings together all the people dealing professionally with trade marks in the Member States of the European Union. These professionals are lawyers, trade mark advisors, trade mark attorneys, in-house counsels and others who can be considered specialist practitioners in these areas. More information can be read here www.ecta.org