Forthcoming ACID events

Forthcoming ACID events

Anti-Copying in Design (ACID) is holding an IP Licensing Seminar on Tuesday 6 February 2007, in Birmingham's NEC, as part of Birmingham's Spring Fair. The event is sponsored by UK law firm Hammonds. For details and reservations contact Annette Howard at or phone her on 0845 644 3617.

On 7 March 2007 ACID ventures even further north, to the Council Chamber, Newcastle City Council Civic Centre, for a Breakfast and Networking Seminar, 8.30am to 11am. Admission fee £10 plus VAT. This event is sponsored by ACID-accredited law firm McDaniel & Co. For details and reservations email

Right: a pictorial essay in intellectual creativity and the rubber duck - "The Evil Rubber Ducky", Deviant Art by powowcow

Webbed footnote: last week, at a formal naming ceremony attended by
Andrew Gowers, ACID's Dids McDonald named Isabel Davies' rubber duck "McDonald Duck". The naming raised a further £105 for the coffers of the Intellectual Property Institute. If you want to support the Institute but don't want (i) to buy or (ii) to name a rubber duck, make your donations here.
Forthcoming ACID events Forthcoming ACID events Reviewed by Jeremy on Sunday, February 04, 2007 Rating: 5

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