Thursday, March 14, 2013

The Arab Society for Intellectual Property (ASIP) Becomes a Jordanian National Society

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The Arab Society for Intellectual Property (ASIP) Becomes a Jordanian National Society

MUNICH- The Arab Intellectual Property for Intellectual Property (ASIP)/ Munich announces that it has submitted an application to the Jordanian Ministry of Culture to conduct the required procedures based on which its registered branch at the Ministry was dissolved.

This decision was concluded due to the decision of the Arab Intellectual Property Mediation and Arbitration Society (AIPMAS), which is registered at the Jordanian Ministry of Interior, to amend its name to become the Arab Society for Intellectual Property that will resume the activity which the branch completely practiced as a national Jordanian society.

As the legal requirements don’t permit the existence of two societies holding the same name; the branch waivered its name for the purpose of establishing the national society under the same name and as an amendment of the current one.

The Society that is registered in Munich/ Germany since 1987 is the existing umbrella since that date that coordinates between the Society’s activities, branches, and associated societies on a world level.

The activities of the Society in Jordan and all Arab countries and throughout the world are being conducted normally and increasingly in a manner that serves the development of the Intellectual Property profession.

Abu-Ghazaleh Intellectual Property (AGIP)/ the largest company in this field in the world continues to provide its full support through its 80 offices spread all around the globe and it provides all the necessary resources to the Society, its branches and associated societies.