Jawad Al Redha takes on new IPR role for Microsoft

Al Redha appointed as Head of Government Interface for Intellectual Property Rights

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Jawad Al Redha takes on new IPR role for Microsoft Jawad Al Redha has a new role for greater liasion with governments on IPR.
By  Mark Sutton Published  September 25, 2011

Microsoft Gulf has appointed Jawad Al Redha to the role of Head of Government Interface for Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and Small and Mid Market Solutions and Partners (SMS&P) Business Development.

Al Redha, who was previously IPR manager for Microsoft Gulf, will now be tasked with working closely with governments in the region on IPR enforcement and awareness.

“Jawad has been a key member of our team entrusted with the task to protect intellectual property rights in the region. His new role as Head of Government Interface for IPR and SMS&P is recognition of the immense contribution he has made over the years, and underlines the excellent relations he has built with governments in the Arab countries,” said Bruno Delamarre, Gulf-SMS&P Lead, Microsoft Gulf.

“I am excited to accept the challenges and responsibilities in my new position at Microsoft Gulf. I look forward to continue making valuable contributions to our efforts to protect intellectual property rights in the region, and I believe that my vast experience in this domain will greatly benefit Microsoft’s IPR protection goals,” Al Redha added.

Al Redha has over 12 years experience in IPR roles in the region, and he is also co-chairman for the Business Software Alliance for the Gulf region.

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