The new European directive on the commercial secrets will be analyzed at PRIA Registered Trademarks conference – the most complete event which is dedicated to the intellectual property and trademarks in Romania, on May 19, 2016, starting at 9.30 am, at the Novotel Hotel, Paris Room.
Intellectual property is one of the instruments of impact to the economic, social and cultural situation of a country. Research and innovation, strategic components for the economic development and for the humanity’s progress, are tightly bounded to the intellectual property. Science, technology and innovation are fields which constantly generate technological progress, ensuring the development’s perpetuation and contributing to the Romania’s competitive perspectives, as well as to the perspectives of the Romanian companies and institutions, in the context of globalization.
Trademark is an essential item in the companies’ strategy, since it can make the difference between the products and services of each company against the competition. For this reason, PRIA conference gathers most of the participants from the widest range: finance and banking, automotive and spare parts, leasing, agriculture, retail, pharmacy, research, science, constructions, architecture, commerce, energy, industry, aviation, law, fashion, services, IT&C, authorities, chambers of commerce, embassies, academic field, publishing, film & theatre, musical productions, and the list goes on.
“Besides trademarks, commercial secrets (trade secrets, know-how) are extremely important for companies, in order to keep their competitive advantages. The new European directive on the commercial secrets, approved in April 2016, brings a lot of novelties in this matter”, stated Cristian POPESCU, Managing Associate, Popovici, Nitu, Stoica and Associates.
The EU Regulation No. 2015/2424 of the European Parliament and the European Council on the communitarian trademark was published in the EU Official Journal. The changes have entered into force since March 23, 2016. Starting that day, the Office changed its name in the European Union’s Office for Intellectual Property, while the communitarian trademark became the trademark of the European Union. What are the changes brought by this regulation related to Romanian trademarks?
This conference addresses both to the business environment and to the specialists.
Whether you are the president of the company, or an entrepreneur, development manager, marketing manager or communication manager, or product manager, you will wish to participate to this conference to find out what the news are in the law field of the trademarks and intellectual property.
“Whether you are a beginner, or you work in a famous company, you will not wish to miss this event, because the news and the case studies presented within PRIA Registered Trademarks will be useful in your company’s activity. Specialists will tell you how to protect your business and how to benefit of trademark monitoring services”, stated Raluca Voivozeanu, CEO PRIAevents.
PRIA Registered Trademarks is important for experimented lawyers as well as for the ones finding themselves at the beginning of their career, but also for legal managers and legal counselors in private companies and in state companies, for judges, prosecutors and academic staff, for the authorities representatives and for the specialized Media.
The event is part of PRIAevents – conferences which draw the attention, each time, on the most important and current issues of debate in each area, and it has a large presence of participants and Mass – Media. With an experience of more than 10 years in premium event planning, PRIAevents team is well-known for organizing top events in the most representative sectors of the economy.
Popvici, Nitu, Stoica & Associates is a partner of this event. The event is organized in association with OSIM and with the support of the National Chamber of the Counselors in Intellectual Property and of the Romania-Netherland Chamber of Commerce.