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IP Rights Soar in The Middle East

Issued: November 29 2013

While Gulf Cooperation Council members work towards unified IP laws, the rest of the Middle East has seen a surge in interest in protecting intellectual property rights. Johnny Chan reports.



The Participants


Ramy Aoun

Senior Associate

Badri & Salim El Meouchi Law Firm

Beirut, Lebanon





Jamshid Dastani

Managing Partner

Dastani & Dastani

Tehran, Iran





Alexandros Georgiades

Partner

Dr K Chrysostomides & Co

Nicosia, Cyprus





Helena Levin

Patent Attorney

Dr Yitzhak Hess & Partners

 

Tel Aviv, Israel





Ashraf AbdelNabi

Senior Associate

Ibrachy & Dermarkar

Giza, Egypt





Raed Karawani

Partner

Karawani Law Firm

Damascus, Syria





Monya Jamous

Associate

Kouatly & Associates

Beirut, Lebanon





Mohamed ElFar

Associate

Matouk Bassiouny

Cairo, Egypt





Firas Qumsieh

Managing Partner

NJQ & Associates

Amman, Jordan





Selma Ünlü

Senior Partner

NSN Law Firm

Istanbul, Turkey





Gökben Erdem Dirican

Senior Partner

Pekin & Pekin

Istanbul, Turkey





Mohammad Badamchi

Attorney at Law

Raysan Patent & Trademark Agents

London





Jonathan Agmon

Senior Partner

Soroker-Agmon

Herzliya, Israel


Fatima Heyari

Manager

United Trademark & Patent Services

Amman, Jordan

 

 

 

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