How is Blockchain Changing the Trademark World?

August 22, 2017
Tue 10:00 AM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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Blockchain, the technology at the heart of bitcoin and other virtual currencies, can record transactions between two parties efficiently and without the need for an intermediary. This opens up many possible uses, some of which may have a significant impact for trademarks and IP. Please join our speaker, Birgit Clark of Baker McKenzie for this important webinar exploring what you need to know about this emerging technology.

At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Describe what is meant by the term “blockchain”
  • Understand some of the potential applications of blockchain
  • Identify ways in which blockchain could change the laws for trademarks and IP.


  • Birgit Clark

    Based in Baker McKenzie's London Office, Birgit Clark is a PSL for the EMEA region focussing on European IP law. Birgit originally qualified as Attorney-at-Law in Germany and subsequently also as UK solicitor and Chartered UK and European trade mark attorney. Having studied in Germany and the UK, she published her doctoral thesis in the field of intellectual property and privacy laws and has been specialising in trade marks, designs and related soft IP in the UK since 2006. Birgit is an extensively published legal author (in English and her native German), legal commentator and blogger. She regularly speaks at IP seminars and conferences and has a particular interest in how modern technology affects IP law protection.