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Thursday, 10 March 2005

COME AND JOIN THE IPKAT AT THE QUEEN MARY SEMINAR


The IPKat will be attending the March Queen Mary Monthly Seminar, which is taking place next Thursday, 17 March, from 5.30pm till 7.00pm. The speaker is Angus Johnston of the University of Cambridge, who will be speaking on “Neither Rhyme nor Reason? Consistency and Coherence in Remedies for Breach of Confidence”. Angus’ wide range of interests, which include intellectual property law, European law, competition law and tort law, enable him to look at the “bigger picture” where intellectual property is concerned. The subject of his talk is of continuing importance, both in terms of the protection personal privacy and the protection, of commercial secrets.


Angus Johnston: see his live gig next Thursday

The IPKat says that anyone who would like to attend is welcome to come. However, places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. If you’d like to come then email i.r.simon@qmul.ac.uk for further details. Merpel points out that there’s a glass or two of wine for everyone who comes too!

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