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The conference will take place on Thursday 26 November 2015 in the London offices of international law firm and loyal JIPLP supporter Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. , whose logo -- rarely spotted without the firm's name -- appears on the left. The final programme for this event will be confirmed within the very near future. Meanwhile, we can confirm that it will include the following papers from editorial board members and/or contributors:
“Let It Be or We Can Work It Out?”: Fair use, quotation and the Beatles case" (Sir Richard Arnold, Patents Court, England and Wales)
* "Marks and names, labels and litigants" (Anna Carboni, Redd, solicitors and a former Appointed Person to hear trade mark appeals
* "Dealing with commercial change: from Scandecor to Starbucks" (Neil Wilkof, Bressler & Co., Ramat Gan, Israel)
* "Competition law and IP: a new era of encroachment?" Christopher Stothers, Arnold & Porter, London)
* "A decade of random copyright (reform) in Europe" (Eleonora Rosati, University of Southampton and e-LAWnora)
* "Patents in perspective" (Stefano Barazza, University of South Wales)
* "Policing and enforcing IP" (Marius Schneider, Ipvocate)The event will commence at 9.30 am (following registration, which opens at 9.00 am) and will conclude at 5.00 pm, being followed by a reception.
* "Second medical use claims: why are they so difficult to understand?" (Darren Smyth, EIP)
* "The Big IP Picture: is there one?" (Jeremy Phillips)
Apart from being a celebration of a decade of thoroughly enjoyable and thankfully successful intellectual property law publishing, this conference marks the hand-over of its editorial functions. Founder editor Jeremy is stepping down and is passing the reins to three new editors: Eleonora Rosati (currently Deputy Editor), Stefano Barazza and Marius Schneider. This is the last time you will have the (mis)fortune of seeing Jeremy in action since it's his final public participation in any intellectual property event before he retires.
Registration for this event, which is free to attend, can be achieved by the simple expedient of clicking through to the Eventbrite registration system here.
A decade of JIPLP: an IP event -- and a chance to celebrate Reviewed by Jeremy on Wednesday, September 30, 2015 Rating: