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Seminar on Intellectual Property Law for Business


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The National Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka in association with Intellectual Property Office and Julius & Creasy, Attorneys-at-Law, are conducting a Workshop for the benefit of the business community to make aware of the Intellectual Property Law and connected areas to get a better understanding. The workshop will be held on Thursday 29 October at the National Chamber auditorium No. 450 D.R. Wijewardene Mawatha, Colombo 10. 

Intellectual Property (IP) is a key driving force for growth in many companies and economies today, and it is a must for any business.

It helps businesses to prevent others from copying their products or using their innovations, obtain financing or venture capital, increase their commercial value; access new markets, etc.

Resource Persons will be G.R. Ranwaka , Director General of Intellectual Property Office, Dr. J.M. Swaminathan, Senior Partner, Julius & Creasy, Attorneys-at-Law and Anomi Wanigasekera , partner, Julius & Creasy.

Topics to be covered will be Intellectual Property – General Principals; Role of Intellectual Property in business, an overview; Trade Mark Law – Overview by Dr. J.M. Swaminathan; Protected industrial designs and their registration and Patenting of Inventions.

Panel Discussion will be headed by Dr. J.M. Swaminathan of Julius & Creasy.

For registration kindly contact chamber Dilrukshi TP 4741788 email nishanthi@nationalchamber.lk; pa@nationalchamber.lk.


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