Friday (24 November 2017) marked the first anniversary since the Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys signed their Royal Charter to establish themselves as The Chartered Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys. In the same week, they also celebrated their 83rd birthday.
A ‘Royal Charter’ is ‘reserved for eminent professional bodies or charities which have a solid record of achievement’ – the new status gives CITMA and its members recognition of excellence, and acts as a seal of quality. It also helps IP owners distinguish those that are Chartered Trade Mark Attorneys.
Our Trade Mark Attorneys are proud to have been a part of this change and look forward to working alongside CITMA in the future.
You can find out more about CITMA’s Royal Charter here.