Tbilisi, Georgia – CTP was pleased to provide on-site support for the Commercial Law Development Program (CLDP – Dept. of Commerce) for their recent Tbilisi program on the Protection and Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in the Republic of Georgia. This IPR program, intended for judges, lawyers and journalists, was conducted in partnership with the Georgia Copyright Association (GCA) and the National Intellectual Property Center of Georgia, a/k/a the “Sakpatenti”.
The workshop was organized into two segments. On June 7th and 8th the title program “The Litigation and Adjudication of Trademark and Copyright Disputes Workshop” was attended by 31 Georgian judges and lawyers. On June 9th, the second phase consisted of a seminar titled “Intellectual Property Training for Journalists” which was attended by 27 members of the Georgian Media.
In the past 3 years, CTP has helped CLDP conduct legal workshops in dozens of countries. We work with local experts to provide comprehensive, affordable logistical and event management solutions, enabling the CLDP experts to focus on the program details and relationship building with foreign counterparts. Typically our work entails transportation, lodging, venue, interpretation, conference materials and on site management, anything required by CLDP to conduct a smooth and effective program.
A detailed description of the Tbilisi program is available on the CLDP website: