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Katherine Basile
United States
Michelle Ciotola
United States
Ignacio Diez de Rivera Elzaburu
Spain
Berrin Dincer
Turkey
Christian Durán
Spain
Miléa Giannakoulis
Germany
Julia Mascha Grundmann
Germany
Ahu Güneyli
Turkey
Alexander Haudan
Germany
Myrtha Hurtado Rivas
Switzerland
Luka Jelcic
Croatia
Maria Dam Jørgensen
Denmark
Rainer Kaase
Germany
Tamás Kocsis
Hungary
Paul Lange
Germany
Nikolaos Lyberis
Greece
Colin Manning
Ireland
Denisa Markusev
Romania
Ingrid Matsina
Estonia
Christopher Morcom Q.C.
United Kingdom
F. Peter Müller
Germany
Anna Lucja Pasiut
Poland
Vasil Pavlov
Bulgaria
Philippe Péters
Belgium
Sarka Petivlasova
Spain
Philippe Picard
France
João M. Pimenta
Portugal
Patricia Rodrigues
Portugal
Erikas Saukalas
Lithuania
Manisha Singh
India
Helmut Sonn
Austria
Maria Stadnik
Russian Federation
Eva-Maria Strobel
Switzerland
Christos Achilles Theodoulou
Cyprus
Flávia Tremura Polli Rodrigues
Brazil
Alexander von Mühlendahl
Germany
Law Committee
Chair
Klaudia Blach-Morysinska
Poland
Vice-Chair
Andrea K. Marx
Germany
DESCRIPTION
The Law Committee has the primary function to follow, study, analyze, discuss and report to ECTA President, ECTA Council and the ECTA Management Committee developments on general and specific issues of EU trademark law and practice. In the course of its activity the Law Committee regularly drafts position papers on several issues, often in conjunction with other ECTA Committees, as well as participates (through its Chair, Vice-Chair or volunteers members) to official meetings and/or sessions with EUIPO, WIPO, the EU Commission and other sister organizations. The Law Committee, being composed of private practitioners and in-house counsels working both in EU Member States and abroad, seeks to reflect ECTA’s constituency, believing that a diverse membership is a key factor in representing and giving voice to the largest possible number of EU and non-EU trademark law experiences.

MISSION STATEMENT
The Law Committee has the primary function to follow, study, analyse, discuss and report to the ECTA Management the developments on general and specific issues of EU trade mark law and practice. In the course of its activity the Law Committee regularly prepares position papers on various current issues, often in conjunction with other ECTA Committees, as well as participates (through its Chair, Vice-Chair or volunteers members) in official meetings and/or sessions with EUIPO, WIPO, the European Commission and other sister organisations. The Law Committee, being composed of private practitioners and in-house counsels working both in the EU Member States and abroad, seeks to reflect ECTA’s constituency, believing that a diverse membership is a key factor in representing and giving voice to the largest possible number of EU and non-EU trade mark law experiences.