Two new IPREG consultations

The IPKat has learned that the Intellectual Property Regulation Board (IPREG) has published two consultations on new continued professional development (CPD) regulations and individual qualification requirements for UK Patent and Trade Mark attorneys.

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Details of the consultations can be viewed by clicking here.

Anyone can respond to IPREG individually, if they are so inclined and the following sentence on the IPREG's website assures us that: "... [the] views of the general public on these issues are also welcome."

Further details can be found on the IPREG's website.
Two new IPREG consultations Two new IPREG consultations Reviewed by Birgit Clark on Friday, April 10, 2009 Rating: 5

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