|date||June 12, 2019 - June 13, 2019|
|location||Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) headquarters, 2 rue André Pascal 75016 Paris|
|organisation||European Commission (EC) i|
International Forum on IP Enforcement 2019
Published on: 24/05/2019
The 3rd International Forum on IP Enforcement will bring together key European and international decision makers, enforcement agencies, multinational companies and other stakeholders to discuss trends and alternative enforcement techniques for intellectual property at EU and international level.
Event date: 12/06/2019 to 13/06/2019
Location: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) headquarters, 2 rue André Pascal 75016 Paris
Organiser: OECD, the EU Intellectual Property Office and the European Commission
This event seeks to promote evidence-based policy making, to reinforce cooperation between all international actors involved, to facilitate building a common, coherent and effective strategy to support IPR enforcement and address governance gaps within the EU, the OECD countries and internationally.
More information and the latest agenda is available on the EU Intellectual Property Office website.
1.Register online now until 7 June 2019.
2.Wait until your registration is validated with a confirmation email.
3.Following the confirmation, you will receive a formal invitation to participate in the event.
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