Monday 31 October is a busy day at Queen Mary:

*At 12.30pm to 1.30pm, Simon Anholt will be speaking on "Nation as Brand - the Ultimate IP Challenge?". Simon is a specialist in creating brand strategies for countries, cities and and regions, and is creator of the Anholt-GMI Nation Brands Index, which brands countries by brand power. This talk will take place in the IP Seminar Room at the QMIPRI.

*At 5.30pm, Richard Davis of Hogarth Chambers will be speaking on "Design Infringement After Woodhouse". Woodhouse is the first case to be decided in Europe concerning the infringement provisions of the European Designs Directive. This talk will take place in the Dean Rees House, Charterhouse Square, London EC1M

Both events are free and open to all, but please RSVP to Ilanah.

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