Brand Protection for e-Commerce in Southeast Asia | Webinar
Ready to expand overseas but unsure of how to effectively protect your brand from being exploited in the digital realm? Brand abuse such as counterfeits, false association are some of malicious activities that erode your revenue and undermine your relationship with your customers.
Understand the common ways that brands are exploited by third parties in e-commerce marketplaces and pick up essential knowledge of brand protection tools available in such marketplaces. In the second segment of this webinar, Deputy Director General, Atty. Teodoro C. Pascua of the IP Office of the Philippines will speak about the recent IP developments and issues relevant to e-commerce sector in the Philippines.
Programme: Brand Protection for e-Commerce in Southeast Asia (online event)
Date: 30 November 2021, 4.30pm – 6.30pm (SGT), 8.30am – 9.30am (London, UK)
4.30pm – 5.10pm (Introduction, presentation by Taylor Vinters)
5.10pm – 5.25pm (Presentation by IPOPHL)
5.25pm – 5.30pm (Q&A)
ATTY. TEODORO C. PASCUA
Deputy Director General, Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL)
Atty. Teodoro C. Pascua is presently the Deputy Director General (DDG) for Policy and Management Services. As Deputy Director General, he oversees the following bureaus of the Intellectual Property Office, the Documentation, Information, and Technology Transfer Bureau (DITTB); the Management Information Service (MIS) and the Financial Management and Administrative Service (FMAS). The IP Academy, Policy Research and International Affairs Division and IP Enforcement Office are also under his supervision. He is responsible for Policy Formulation, International Relations, Bilateral and Multilateral Agreements, and Free Trade Negotiations, among others.
Atty. Pascua was previously Undersecretary for the Consumer Protection Group of the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), from August 2016 to January 2018.
He was formerly Deputy Director General for Technical Education and Skills Development Operations of the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) from August 2010 to July 2016.
He also served as a legal assistant in the Bureau of Employment Services of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) in 1981. He had been involved in the legal matters of several private entities like the City land Development Corporation where he served as legal counsel (1987-1988). Until his engagement with government in 2010, he has been in active practice of law since 1983 in various law firms notably Bito Misa Lozada Law Offices (1983-1987), Misa Law Office (1988-1991), Pascua & Zuñiga Law Office (1991-2003) and Yulo Aliling Pascua & Zuñiga Law Offices (2003- 2010).
Atty. Pascua completed his Bachelor of Arts from the University of the Philippines (UP) Manila in 1978 and was elected to the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. He finished his Bachelor of Laws from the UP College of Law in 1982 and passed the Bar in 1983.