Where are we in IP? Jeremy can tell you...

Merpel isn't a very good public speaker
Readers of this blog are probably aware that Jeremy is a modest soul and reluctant to engage in self-publicity. Merpel, however, has no such qualms, and would like everyone to know that Jeremy will be speaking at the next UNION-IP  (that is, the Union of European Practitioners in Intellectual Property, more specifically the British Group thereof) dinner meeting, taking place from 6pm on Thursday 10th September 2015 at the Royal Over-Seas League (here).

Jeremy will be talking on the the subject "IP in 2015 - Where we are vs. Where I thought we'd be". The details of the event can be found in full in this flyer.  As the flyer states (and how can Merpel disagree?) "with his encyclopaedic knowledge of the IP system, unparalleled experience and up to the minute insight into the issues facing the IP system, Jeremy is guaranteed to fascinate and entertain".

It would be lovely to have a full house to hear Jeremy speak, and although Merpel cannot guarantee to attend herself, there may be at least one further Kat in attendance. If that wasn't enough, first time attendees of UNION-IP events need only pay a reduced rate to attend.
Where are we in IP? Jeremy can tell you... Where are we in IP? Jeremy can tell you... Reviewed by Merpel on Wednesday, August 12, 2015 Rating: 5

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