Policy paper

Government's response to LSB's recommendation for ITMA designation as Licensing Authority

Government's response to Legal Services Board's recommendation for Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys designation as Licensing Authority.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Government's response to Legal Services Board's recommendation for Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys designation as Licensing Authority.

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The Government has decided to accept the Legal Services Board’s recommendation that the Lord Chancellor make an order designating the Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys as a Licensing Authority for the reserved legal activities of the exercise of a right of audience, conduct of litigation, reserved instrument activities and the administration of oaths.

Published 6 March 2014