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Czech and European patent attorney
Karel Čada is a graduate of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague (1964 – 1969), the Faculty of Law of the Charles University in Prague (1973 – 1978) and the University of Economics in Prague – Ph.D. (2005–2009). In 1994, he completed a study stay at JAICA (Tokyo – Industrial Legal Protection) and in 2000 a study stay within the framework of the International visitor program (Washington – Intellectual Property Protection). He led the Czech delegation at diplomatic conferences on the protection of industrial property, at the Administrative Council of the European Patent Organization (2002 – 2009) and the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (2004 – 2009). He worked at Teplotechna (1971 – 1990) as head of the patent department, at the Federal Office for Inventions and the Industrial Property Office as deputy chairman (1990 – 1998) and chairman of the office (1999 – 2009). He now works at the law and patent office Čermák a spol. He is the author of several publications in the field of industrial property protection. He lectures at the Metropolitan University in Prague ops and the University of Economics in Prague. Language skills: Czech, English.