|Is happiness a state of mind, ponders|
Percy, or a state of absence of mind ...?
Which view of happiness should prevail? The IPKat and Merpel are delighted to investigate this question at length in the course of a forthcoming event, kindly hosted by their friends in the London office of law firm Bristows LLP. The details of this event, for which space is inevitably limited, are as follows
An IPKat event
Venue: Bristows LLP, 1 April 2014
13:30-14:00 Registration 14:00-14:15 Chairman’s introduction (Jeremy Phillips) Latest developments in online copyright enforcement 14:15-14:35 Blocking injunctions: the weapon of choice in the UK: Darren Meale
14:35-14:55 Life (and death) of HADOPI in France? Asim Singh
14:55-15:15 The AGCOM Regulation in Italy: Nessun dorma: Alberto Bellan
15:15-15:30 Questions and answers 15:30-15:45 Coffee break The role of ISPs 15:45-16:05 How Google fights piracy: Simon Morrison
16:05-16:25 ISP liability through interference in Germany: Birgit Clark
16:25-16:45 Graduated response: what role do private agreements play? Tom Ohta 16:45-17:00 Further questions and answers 17:00-17:20 The UK Copyright Hub: Serena Tierney 17:20-17:30 A chance for a couple more questions and answers 17:30-17:45 Coffee break Barrierless and in transition: is this the future? 17:45-18:05 How to set a global enforcement strategy: Lisa Peets and a colleague from her In-House Internet Investigator Team (TBA)
You can reserve your place through Eventbrite by clicking here. Admission, in keeping with long-standing Kat tradition, is free. We will be tweeting about this event under the hashtag #HappyKat.
18:05-18:25 Copyright enforcement in the EU: review plans in the shade of CJEU blooming activism: Eleonora Rosati 18:25-18:45 Last chance to ask any questions, followed by Chairman’s conclusions
We look forward to advising you soon as to how many CPD points will be awarded for this programme.