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Monday, 31 October 2011

"When bad things happen to bad licences -- and even to good ones": a seminar

This Kat is happy to announce yet another event.  This one's a lunchtime seminar in which fellow Kat Neil does a duet with Paul Joseph on some of the problems that beset even the best of intellectual property licences.   See you there?

Full details are as follows:


“When bad things happen to bad licences
—and even to good ones”

Lunchtime seminar, Tuesday 15 November 2011

Speakers: Dr Neil J. Wilkof and Paul Joseph

In the chair: Professor Jeremy Phillips

This delightful event, specially brought to you by the IPKat weblog and kindly hosted by RPC, brings together two popular and respected speakers who will be reflecting on intellectual property licence themes that are close to their hearts, addressing the following issues:

“What happens when licences (and licensees) go bad?”

"Does anyone really know what a sublicence is?"

After the speakers’ presentations, the seminar will be thrown open to the floor so that those attending can ask questions and make their own observations.

The cast

Neil J. Wilkof
Bressler Group, Ramat-Gan, Israel; co-author of the current edition of the standard Sweet & Maxwell work on Trade Mark Licensing; editorial board member, Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice; contributor to the IPKat and IP Finance weblogs 

Paul Joseph
Solicitor; senior associate IP and Technology, RPC; editorial board member, Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice; Laws Committee member, Licensing Executives Society.

Jeremy Phillips
 Intellectual Property Consultant, Olswang LLP; editor, Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice and European Trade Mark Reports; IPKat blogmeister

Seminar details

An IPKat seminar, hosted at the offices of RPC, Tower Bridge House,  St Katharine's Way,  London,  E1W 1AA (click here for map)

Registration from 12.30pm. The seminar commences at 1.00pm and concludes by not later than 2.30pm. There is no charge for admission. Refreshments will be provided.

To register, please email the IPKat here with the subject line “IP licences”.

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