IPKAT JOBWATCH


There's a mystery vacancy advertised in The Times today for an assistant to a trade mark formality clerk. The employer is unspecified.

Assistant to a trade mark formality clerk: working
with trade marks can be full of surprises

The IPKat says, whoever could it be?
IPKAT JOBWATCH IPKAT JOBWATCH Reviewed by Unknown on Tuesday, February 22, 2005 Rating: 5

5 comments:

  1. There's slightly more evidence if you Google the term and find another ad for presumably the same job:
    http://www.secsinthecity.co.uk/php/job_58884.html
    'We are seeking a bright enthustic person to join a fantastic Legal firm in the City. They are a leading Law Firm, and have recently won Awards! This role will onvolve working alongside and assisting the Qualified Trade Mark Formality Clerk The ideal candidate should have working knowledge of Trade Marks or Patents. This is a great opportunity for the right candidate. Ideally you will be able to start immediately! Exceptional benefit package on offer
    Skills
    Word Typing (30+wpm)'
    The Ipkat surely should be able to work that one out.
    Comment posted by Margaret Marks of Transblawg (75+ wpm)

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  2. The ITMA site gives the game away... Harrison Goddard Foote..

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