Seminar: Online Services and International Registration Procedures and Practical Approach to the Hague System

Hague SystemRegister online now to attend a Hague Seminar at WIPO Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, on June 6, 2019. The Seminar will focus on maximizing the benefits of recent practical developments in the Hague Registry, including the new E-Filing interface, enhanced self-service electronic tools, and the ongoing geographical expansion of the Hague System.

As the Hague System continues to modernize, the Seminar will include a detailed introduction of the new design of the E-Filing interface, which is the most significant change to the E-Filing system over the past five years.  Through this Seminar, you can become familiar with the improvements and new features that are advantageous to Hague System users, such as new payment methods and a simpler application screen.  You will also be able to learn more about the enhanced self-service features and new functionalities of the Hague webpage.  An interactive exercise will allow attendees to put into practice topics covered at the Seminar, including specificities when designating Contracting Parties such as Canada, Japan, the Republic of Korea, the Russian Federation, and the United States of America.

A Practitioner in the field of industrial design will share his view and practical experience on successful filing strategies as well as the advantages of the Hague System for SMEs and multinationals.

Please register online by May 30, 2019, 6 p.m. (Geneva time).

Source: WIPO

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