15 October 2018, Thuringia, Jena: Katarina Barley (SPD), Federal Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection, talks to Wolfgang Tiefensee (SPD), Thuringia's Minister of Economic Affairs, before the opening of the Jena office of the German Patent and Trade Mark Office. The East German branch of the Patent Office in Munich has been in existence for 20 years. The settlement was decided by the Federalism Commission in 1992. Since then, the employees have been responsible for design protection and, together with Munich, for trademark protection. The branch currently employs a total of 229 civil ser

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15 October 2018, Thuringia, Jena: Katarina Barley (SPD), Federal Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection, talks to Wolfgang Tiefensee (SPD), Thuringia's Minister of Economic Affairs, before the opening of the Jena office of the German Patent and Trade Mark Office. The East German branch of the Patent Office in Munich has been in existence for 20 years. The settlement was decided by the Federalism Commission in 1992. Since then, the employees have been responsible for design protection and, together with Munich, for trademark protection. The branch currently employs a total of 229 civil ser
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15 October 2018, Thuringia, Jena: Katarina Barley (SPD), Federal Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection, talks to Wolfgang Tiefensee (SPD), Thuringia's Minister of Economic Affairs, before the opening of the Jena office of the German Patent and Trade Mark Office. The East German branch of the Patent Office in Munich has been in existence for 20 years. The settlement was decided by the Federalism Commission in 1992. Since then, the employees have been responsible for design protection and, together with Munich, for trademark protection. The branch currently employs a total of 229 civil servants and employees. Photo: Martin Schutt/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa

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