A mark is an important asset in a company as the identity of the company and to distinguish the quality of services or products produced by the company. A mark can even have a significant role in increasing sales. Therefore, companies should protect their mark in order to avoid disputes in the future.
Given the importance of marks, the Intellectual Property (IP) team of HPRP shared its expertise in a workshop on “Pendaftaran Merek berdasarkan Peraturan Menteri Hukum dan HAM No.67 Tahun 2016 dan Penyelesaian Sengketa Pendaftaran Merek Pendaftaran Merek berdasarkan Peraturan Menteri Hukum dan HAM No.67 Tahun 2016 dan Penyelesaian Sengketa Pendaftaran Merek” (Registration of Marks under Regulation of the Minister of Justice and Human Rights No.67 of 2016 and Dispute Resolution).
Featuring an HPRP Partner who has extensive expertise in Intellectual Property, Linna Simamora, associate lawyers in IP, Winda Tania and Shavira Arviani, an associate lawyer in litigation, Leonardo Richo Sidabutar, and a distinguished expert from the regulatory authority, Junarlis S.H., M.Si., from the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, the workshop was specially tailored to discuss the laws and regulations on trademark registration, how to settle disputes, settlement options, legal proceedings, and the legal consequences of a cancellation decision based on sample cases.
Held in Jakarta (6/9), the interesting discussion attracted attendees from various industries, among others, consumer goods, TV station, publishers, automotive, and real property, financial technology, and others.
Led by Linna Simamora, a Partner who has long experience and is qualified in both litigation and IP, the HPRP IP group provides complete legal services from legal advice to law enforcement legal services, from prevention by protection to enforcement for protection. For further information regarding the services, please contact the Partner-in-charge by phone +62 21 570 1837 or email email@example.com.