just the position for you: the European Union's Community Plant Variety Office (CPVO) is seeking to appoint a new alternate Chairperson of its Board of Appeal. The candidate must be an EU national, able to work in 1.5 Union languages, "have a university degree in law, or a recognised qualification in law, obtained as recognition for proven experience in the field of intellectual property or plant variety registration", and have some vaguely relevant experience. Pay is EUR 2 000 per case and EUR 500 for time spent travelling to and from Angers, plus travel expenses and daily expenses.
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the CIPA Xmas Party took its toll ...
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