QM SEMINAR SERIES LAUNCH


Yesterday the IPKat attended the first of a new seminar series hosted in the elegant atmosphere of Dean Rees House by Queen Mary Intellectual Property Research Institute. Judge Michael Fysh QC, SC of the Patents County Court spoke wittily yet informatively about IP and morality and suggested (only partly in jest) a codification of procedures to assessing morality in IP. A lively debate ensued.


Dean Rees House: elegant venue of QMIPRI's new seminar series
Further details of the forthcoming seminars in the series are available here
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QM SEMINAR SERIES LAUNCH QM SEMINAR SERIES LAUNCH Reviewed by Unknown on Friday, January 28, 2005 Rating: 5

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