The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in collaboration with U.S. Embassy Kingston are hosting a CARICOM-United States Public-Private Sector Stakeholder Seminar and Dialogue on Broadcast Licensing and Enforcement Seminar. The two-day seminar, June 21-22, is exploring a gamut of topics including the legal framework for content and signal licensing, business considerations in the US and the Caribbean and the nature, dimensions, and prevalence of piracy in the region.
Speakers on the opening day of the event included Sen. The Hon. Ruel Reid, Minister of Education, Youth and Information; J. Todd Reves, Regional IP Attaché for Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, United States Patent and Trademark Office; Prof. Anthony Clayton, Chairman, Broadcasting Commission – Jamaica and Christian Redmer, Political/Economic Counselor, US Embassy, Kingston.
The event is being held with support from The CARICOM Secretariat, the Broadcasting Commission – Jamaica, Jamaica Intellectual Property Office, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade – Jamaica and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information – Jamaica. Stay tuned for more highlights.
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