This brief blogpost is a renewed request for assistance. As mentioned a couple of weeks ago in an earlier round-up post, this Kat has been asked to help find a speaker for a conference in Central Europe in early December. Alas, no response was received but, since the information might have been too deeply buried among the other items in the same blogpost, the request is repeated here:
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Conference looking for a speaker. Might it be you? The IPKat is currently looking, on behalf of a reputable international organisation, for a in-house intellectual property who is able to say something interesting about the issued faced by his or her company in coping with situations in which there is an overlap between trade mark rights and copyrights.
The conference takes place in early December on the European mainland; it will be well attended and the speaker will be treated to two very comfortable nights in a jolly good hotel. If you think you might be that person, can you please email the IPKat at email@example.com with the subject line "IP overlap", ideally giving a short explanation of why the speaker at this prestigious event should be you. All applications will be treated in confidence and will be forwarded to the conference organisers, who will deal directly with you. Thanks!
Lovely hotel too!