International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys

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The International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys,[1][2] abbreviated FICPI (an acronym for Fédération Internationale des Conseils en Propriété Intellectuelle in French, formerly known as the International Federation of Industrial Property Attorneys[3]), is a non-political, international, professional body of intellectual property professionals, i.e., patent attorneys and trademark attorneys, in private practice, as opposed to intellectual property professionals working in the industry. FICPI was established on September 1, 1906 and is based in Basel, Switzerland.[3]

Presidents of FICPI
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2000 - 2003: Malcolm Royal, Australian.[4]
2003 - 2006: Francis Ahner, French.[5]
2006 - 2009: R. Danny Huntington, American.[6]
2009 - 2012: Peter Huntsman, Australian.[7]
2012 - 2015: Bastiaan Koster, South African.[8]

Douglas N. Deeth, a Canadian patent attorney, is the current president of FICPI.[9]

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  1. ^ FICPI, Statutes - Rules - Code of Conduct, May 2015, Article 1.
  2. ^ FICPI Home page, Consulted on November 16, 2015.
  3. ^ a b FICPI, Statutes - Rules - Code of Conduct archived from Statutes - Rules - Code of Conduct, May 2005, Article 1.
  4. ^ Internet Archive, 2002 archived page of FICPI web site, FICPI Officers, Bureau.
  5. ^ Internet Archive, 2005 archived page of FICPI web site, FICPI Officers, Bureau.
  6. ^ Internet Archive, 2007 archived page of FICPI web site, FICPI Officers, Bureau.
  7. ^ Internet Archive, 2010 archived page of FICPI web site, FICPI Officers, Bureau.
  8. ^ "Advisory Council". FICPI. Retrieved 25 November 2015. 
  9. ^ "Douglas N. Deeth | Deeth Williams Wall". www.dww.com. Retrieved 2015-11-11. 

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