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Microsoft’s Jawad Al Redha recognised by Tatweej for IPR efforts

In the presence of HH Sheikh Majid Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum and others, Jawad Al Redha, Microsoft Gulf’s Head of Government Interface for Intellectual Property Rights was awarded a Gold Medal of Merit in outstanding accomplishments by Tatweej Academy in recognition of his efforts towards IPR protection.

Al Redha has been an integral part of Microsoft Gulf’s region-wide efforts to protecting intellectual property rights. He has over 12 years of extensive experience in promoting IPR and working in close coordination with various Arab governments in the region. In recent months Al Redha has been involved in a series of IPR protection related initiatives, including joint efforts with the UAE Ministry of Justice, UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Emirates IPR Association. He has also been working closely with the Government of Sharjah to promote IPR protection among the emirate’s business sector.  

Commenting on the award, Jawad Al Redha said, “I am honoured by this recognition from Tatweej. This award inspires me to strive even harder to tackle software piracy and violation of intellectual property rights. Our commitment within Microsoft remains strong and we are dedicated to working with government officials to support the use of original content.”

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