Tuesday Thingies

Feeling the January blues? Let the IPKat spice up your life with events and opportunities.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law, University of Leeds

Are you an outstanding individual with expertise in intellectual property law and the ambition to contribute to the further development of the School’s Centre for Business Law and Practice? Do you want to be part of a thriving law school in a Russell Group University? Are you passionate about delivering world-leading research and an exceptional student experience? 

The School of Law at Leeds is a successful, collegial law school strongly committed to achieving excellence in both student education and research. They are looking to appoint to a lectureship in intellectual property law, a person who shares our commitment to collegiality and excellence in research and education.

Application closing date: Sunday 16 February 2020. Click here to apply 

Mr Pickles is also applying
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Visiting Fellow positions at the newly created  Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence “Consumers & SMEs in the Digital Single Market / Digi-Con-SME”

These positions are funded by the European Union at the University of Bologna (Italy). In particular, Digi-Con-SME invites competitive applications for senior and junior academics or non-academics (policy-makers or practitioners) to carry out independent research and engage with any matter related to consumers and SMEs in the Digital Market of the EU. Selected fellows will engage with faculty and students and contribute to the Digi-ConSME's activities by presenting their research and works-in-progress. The visiting period can be between 2 weeks to 3 months for three specific fellowships within the next three years. 

The deadline for applications is, at this time, 7 February 2020. Click here to apply.


Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow ITN

The Law School at the University of Southampton is inviting applications for an Early Stage Researcher to work in the area of Artificial Intelligence decision making without bias. The researcher will work within the interdisciplinary community of a large EU-funded Marie Sklodowska-Curie European Training Network and will pursue a PhD in Law at the University of Southampton as part of their 3-year engagement with the project.

Closing date for this position is Sunday, 16 February 2020. Click here to apply. 

CALL FOR PAPERS 

First Annual Art Law Works-in-Progress Colloquium - Call for Participation
The first annual Art Law Works-in-Progress Colloquium is a one-day event which will provide a scholarly venue for works-in-progress in the art law space, intended primarily for a legal audience. It will be held this year on Friday, April 3, 2020 at New England Law | Boston.  

The heart of the colloquium will include a closed-door morning workshop for comments on draft articles and essays on art law (defined broadly in subject-matter, but legal-academic-scholarship in style). Each selected participant will briefly present the project, receive comments, and engage in a dialogue with other art law scholars.

The event will also include an afternoon open-to the-public panel with the following confirmed participants:

- Amy Adler (NYU Law)
- Christine Farley (American University Washington College of Law)
- Brian Frye (University of Kentucky Law)
- Laura Heymann (William & Mary Law School)

To be considered for the workshop, please send an abstract (up to approximately 300 words) describing a current art law scholarship project to Peter Karol (pkarol@nesl.edu) and Guy Rub (rub.1@osu.edu) by February 7, 2020. Selections will be announced by February 21, 2020. For each selected project, a treatment of the paper (8-15 pages) or a complete working draft will need to be submitted by March 13, 2020. There is no publication obligation. Participants must arrange for their own travel and accommodations.

All participants will be expected to read every draft paper in advance of the workshop.

EVENTS 

Cambridge Handbook of Copyright in Street Art and Graffiti
Date: 30 January 2020
Time: 5-7PM
Place: Middlesex University The Burroughs London NW4 4BT United Kingdom
Speakers: Pure Evil, well known London street artist, as well as several contributors

In recent years, the number of conflicts related to the misuse of street art and graffiti has been on the rise around the world. Some cases involve claims of misappropriation related to corporate advertising campaigns, while others entail the destruction or 'surgical' removal of street art from the walls on which they were created. In this work, Enrico Bonadio brings together a group of experts to provide the first comprehensive analysis of issues related to copyright in street art and graffiti. Chapter authors shed light not only on the legal tools available in thirteen key jurisdictions for street and graffiti artists to object to unauthorized exploitations and unwanted treatments of their works, but also offer policy and sociological insights designed to spur further debate on whether and to what extent the street art and graffiti subcultures can benefit from copyright and moral rights protection.

Please book via EventBrite 

Question the Trade Mark Judges 
Date: 11 March 2020
Time: 6-7 PM
Place: UCL Faculty of Laws, Bentham House, Endsleigh Gardens, London WC1H 0EG
Panellists: Emma Himsworth QC (Appointed Person), Judge Ian Forrester (General Court, Court of Justice of the European Union), The Hon Lord Justice Arnold
Chair: The Rt Hon Professor Sir Robin Jacob

UCL's Institute of Brand and Innovation Law (IBIL) and MARQUES, the European Association of Trade Mark Owners invite you to put your questions to some of the judges that are – or were until recently – deciding our trade mark disputes. Panellists will answer a set of pre-selected questions from the audience.

Please book via this link

EUIPO Academic Webinars, 2020 

This year’s programme of Tuesday webinars hosted by the EUIPO Academy kicks off on 14 January with an overview of General Court and CJEU decisions of the trimester.
The webinar is in English and runs from 10:00 am to 11:00 am (Spanish time). Webinars already scheduled include:

- 14 January: Overview of General Court and CJEU decisions of the trimester.
- 21 January: (1) New EUIPO Guidelines and (2) IPR-intensive industries and economic performance in the EU
- 28 January: (1) Likelihood of confusion and (2) Changes in the 12th edition of the Locarno Classification
- 4 February: Case Law on Community Design
- 11 February: Absolute grounds for refusal – shape of goods
- 25 February: IPR and Video Games (Joint EUIPO-EPO Interactive Webinar)

All are free to join, and the recordings can be viewed soon after they take place. For more details about the topics, timings, speakers, languages and how to join, visit the EUIPO Academy Learning Portal.

INSYNC 2020
Date: 26 February 2020
Place: The Brewery, London EC1Y 4SD

Incopro is hosting INSYNC: 2020, a forum dedicated to the collaboration of brands to drive change in intellectual property and brand protection. The day will feature numerous sessions led by leaders and practitioners from brands themselves. If you’re part of an in-house team and want to share (or learn) ideas, more information can be found here, and for any queries please contact: insync.events@incoproip.com. “
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