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Comparative views conference on the evolution of intellectual property in France and Canada
A conference on "Comparative views on the evolution of intellectual property in France and in Canada" was organized jointly by the Francophone Association of Intellectual Property (AFPI), in partnership with the International Literary and Artistic Association (ALAI Canada), the Paul Roubier Centre and the Centre for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI) and hosted by the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy at the McGill University in Montreal.
The CNCPI was a partner of this event and was represented by Guylène Kiesel Le Cosquer who started the event with Mr Alexandre Forest, Batonnier of Montreal.
Christophe Pelèse, co-President of the Trademarks and Geographical Indication Committee, presented the reform of trademark law procedures in France.
This day was a great success and the CNCPI thanks its organizers.