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JPO Conducted IPR Training Course on Trademark Examinations under the Madrid Protocol for Cambodia

February 15, 2017

In order to support developing countries with the development of human resources who engage in the industrial property rights system, the Japan Patent Office (JPO) has been inviting trainees from developing and emerging countries of the Asia-Pacific region, Latin America, Africa, and other regions, to participate in training programs for them in Japan.

From February 9 to 15, the JPO conducted the "Training Course on Trademark Examinations under the Madrid Protocol for Cambodia" designed for personnel who engage in operating practices under the Madrid System in Cambodia in order to support improvement of examination and operating practices after Cambodia's accession to the Madrid Protocol.

In the training course, the JPO staff gave on-the-job training (OJT) on operating practices under the Madrid System and delivered lectures on substantive examinations under the Madrid Protocol based on the knowledge and experiences that the JPO has acquired over the last 17 years after Japan's accession to the Madrid Protocol. The trainees also held discussions to solve issues on the current operating practices under the Madrid System.

The JPO has high expectations that this training course will contribute to smooth operating practices in Cambodia and that the trainees will be active in the field after returning to their country.

(photo-01) Trainees of FY2016 IPR Training Course On Trademark Examinations under the Madrid Protocol for Cambodia
Trainees of FY2016 IPR Training Course
On Trademark Examinations under the Madrid Protocol for Cambodia

(photo-02) OJT training by JPO staff
OJT training by JPO staff

[Last updated 3 March 2017]