IPR training press release Burgas

07.06.2017

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On June 7, 2017 the Bulgarian Customs Agency and ARSIS Consulting continued its series of joint training sessions for detection of counterfeit goods for the officers of the Customs Agency operating under Regulation 608/2013 concerning customs enforcement of intellectual property rights. The third training session of the IP roadshow on anti-counterfeiting was held in Burgas and was attended by 27 c ...

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IPR training press release Plovdiv

28.04.2017

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On April 28, 2017 the Bulgarian Customs Agency and ARSIS Consulting continued its series of joint training sessions for detection of counterfeit goods for the officers of the Customs Agency operating under Regulation 608/2013 concerning customs enforcement of intellectual property rights. The second training session of the IP roadshow on anti-counterfeiting took place in Plovdiv and was attended b ...

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Press-release

29.03.2017

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On March 29, 2017 the Bulgarian Customs Agency and ARSIS Consulting started a series of joint training sessions for detection of counterfeit goods for the officers of the Customs Agency operating under Regulation 608/2013 concerning customs enforcement of intellectual property rights. The training session in Sofia was opened by the managing partner of ARSIS Consulting Mr. Velizar Sokolov who expre ...

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AdLaw Conference: Prague, October 21 2016

21.10.2016

For the second consecutive year ARSIS Consulting’s Andrea Andreev participated in the annual AdLaw International Conference which this year took place on October 21, 2016 in Prague. ARSIS Consulting is the Bulgarian member in AdLaw International (www.adlawinternational.com) which is an international network of law firms working in the field of advertising and marketing. The organization cons ...

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Security Threats Rank as Top Reason Not to Use Illegal Software, BSA Survey Finds

24.06.2014

BULGARIA — 24 June, 2014 — Computer users cite the risk of security threats from malware as the top reason not to use unlicensed software. Among their specific concerns are intrusions by hackers and loss of data. Yet a striking 63 percent of the software installed on personal computers in Bulgaria in 2013 was not properly licensed. These and other findings released today in the BSA Glo ...

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