HTML5 on the existing European legal framework for copyright and broadcasting and possible security problems with a "black box" in the browser. To participate, email Jan Loužek at firstname.lastname@example.org. Jan will order the badges for you to enter the parliament building. The event will additionally be streamed and recorded and its availability will be notified at the @exile6e twitter account. In order to get to the parliament you need to provide following information: Full name, your ID number and your date of birth. The registration will be still available today (to cca. 14:00-15:00) so that the security will have some time to make the badges ready.
here, with several of the IPKat's friends taking part. According to the organisers,
"Academics, practitioners and government officials will present and discuss their views. There will be ample time for questions and contributions from the audience. This is a great opportunity to catch up with the latest developments, hear interesting insights and meet old friends and make new ones".Even if that doesn't appeal to you, it's bound to be fun!
here and here. This Kat had two meetings with Monty back in 1987, shortly after the launch of Patent World magazine, an event of which Monty took watchful note before deciding that the provision of information concerning patent law was an altogether less profitable business than that of trading in information concerning patents themselves.
proudly announces the content of its November 2013 issue and gives away, absolutely free and at no cost (other than that of the time spent reading it), the guest editorial from Marius Schneider calling for a pan-African IP practitioners' organisation. There are also two significant posts from IP Finance's Mike Mireles: one on the under-reporting of royalties and what can or should be done about it, the other on prospects for the biosimilars industry in California, following a gubernatorial veto of a controversial bill. SOLO IP speculates on why there's not more enthusiastic support for webinar training. Finally, former guest Kat Stefano Barazza, now on PatLit, has posted an excellent piece on the problems facing judges when they have to deal with FRAND royalty calculations in the US.