Date for your diary

Early warning of UCL Institute of Brand and Innovation Law's Innovation Seminar, taking place on 11 November at the UCL Institute of Child Health.

The title is Patent Enforcement - Problems and Possibilities. Speakers include:

  • The Honorable Judge Randall R Rader,
    Court of Appeal of the Federal Circuit, Washington DC, USA
  • Professor Jan Brinkhof,
    Former senior judge, Court of Appeal, Netherlands; Professor of IP, Utrecht University
  • The Hon. Mr Justice Kitchin,
    High Court of England and Wales
You can book online here.

The IPKat observes that it's free and there are drinks afterwards - what more could a Kat about town want?
Date for your diary Date for your diary Reviewed by Unknown on Friday, August 22, 2008 Rating: 5

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