[bc-gnso] AIM's BC representative

Marilyn Cade marilynscade at hotmail.com
Thu Nov 10 14:50:00 UTC 2011

Philip, thanks so much!
Bene is adding Marie to the BC lists and also will invite a picture from Marie, to add to the MEET the BC document, which we are finalizing for Costa Rica.   Your participation in the BC in your past role in AIM,and your contributions as past chair of the DNSO Council [for newcomers: GNSO] and as a BC Councilorremains with us in a contribution to building the BC. 
Thanks for your briefing for Marie, and we look forward to welcoming her, and incorporating her into the active and vital roles that you have played for AIM in the BC, and in ICANN. 
Marilyn CadeBC Chair

> From: philip.sheppard at aim.be
> To: bc-gnso at icann.org
> Subject: [bc-gnso] AIM's BC representative
> Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2011 15:12:32 +0100
> As I mentioned before AIM 's representative to the BC is now Marie Pattullo.
> I thought you may like to see a short profile about Marie.
> After qualifying as a solicitor in the City of London, Marie moved to Brussels
> in 1993 and worked in private practice before joining AIM, the European Brands
> Association, in 2000. As AIM represents the branded goods industries in Europe
> on key issues which affect the ability of brand manufacturers to design,
> distribute and market their brands, Marie's role encompasses coordination of the
> association's vital brand protection work. Via its Trade Mark Committee, AIM is,
> inter alia, a founder member of the OHIM (EU trademark office) Users Group, an
> observer to the OHIM Administrative Board and an observer at WIPO. The AIM
> Anti-Counterfeiting Committee brings together AIM's members with other right
> holders and their associations in the largest such network actively fighting
> counterfeiting and piracy at European level. Marie thus works closely with all
> European institutions engaged in IP and brand protection matters and with the
> relevant experts, particularly in trade mark administration, protection and
> enforcement, from the members of AIM and the wider industry. 
> Philip 
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