|To many IP lawyers, this is what a roomful|
of economists discussing IP sounds like ...
This Kat continues to oscillate between acute anxiety and deep concern that discussions about IP enforcement in the European Union are all too easily broken down into IP owners talking with each other, litigators sharing thoughts with litigators, economists discussing their notions with fellow economists, politicians with politicians and so on. This is why there seem to be so many versions of self-defined consensus. He therefore calls upon anyone who can be described as a "lawyer, having worked extensively on the economic effects of IPR or the economics of IP", if there are such folk, to give up their time on 19 September and pitch in, to add an extra dimension to the first of these Workshops.
Workshops on key economic issues regarding the enforcement of IPR in the EU