Dubai Municipality organizes lecture on Intellectual Property
As part of strengthening cooperation with strategic partners and in efforts to fulfil effective corporate partnership in the field of intellectual property, Dubai Municipality has organized a lecture program at City Hall in civic body’s Diera headquarters.
The lecture was delivered by Dr. Abdul Rahman Maeeni, member of Emirates Intellectual Property Association.
During the lecture he said, the association(EIPA) is dedicated to helping individuals and organizations working in the field of intellectual property by providing them technical, administrative and legal support as well as offering them expertise.
He said the association is also keen on publishing researches &studies as wells books and magazines in the field.
According to him association is working hard to create opportunities for public, to get knowledge on legal matters related to intellectual property by providing experts at reasonable rates.
‘Association provides technical, administrative and legal consultancy services to both public and private entities in order to raise their performance in the field of services related to intellectual property’, he said.
He also noted that UAE is the fore, in the list of global countries that fight hard against intellectual property right violations.
During his speech, he described about the activities of the training centre established by the association in order to train and qualify employees working in the field as well as to improve procedures and requirements regarding registration of copyright, patent and trade marks.
He said association is carrying out its duties collaborating with many other competent authorities in GCC countries as well as international organizations like World Intellectual Property Organization ( WIPO) and World Trade Organization (WTO).
The program was organized by Knowledge Management Department of Dubai Municipality.
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