Daniel Alexander QC, who is speaking this Thursday at the QMIPRI

September's guest speaker in the QM Intellectual Property Research Institute's series of Thursday afternoon lectures is Daniel Alexander QC, who speaks this Thursday, 29 September, at Dean Rees House, Charterhouse Square, London EC1 (near Barbican tube station) on handling intellectual property litigation before the European Court of Justice. Daniel, of IP specialist chambers 8 New Square, has acted in more than 20 cases before the ECJ and the Court of First Instance, which means that he must be one of Luxembourg's most frequent visitors. Daniel's talk begins at 5.30pm and wine, water and fruit juice will be served. If you are planning on coming, can you please click here and let the IPKat know so that the Institute can cater for approximately the right number of people.

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