Monday Miscellany

Purring on happiness 
because of so many IP events!
The Seminar Second-hand Markets for Digital Copies – An EU copyright chimera?, featuring IPKat Eleonora Rosati as speaker, will take place on 5 May 2017 at the ASK (Arts, Science and Knowledge) Centre of Bocconi University in Milan. Do not miss it.

The workshop entitled The Importance of IP in Internationalization Strategies: The Case of Latin America, organized by the Portuguese Institute of Industrial Property and the Enterprise Europe Network, will take place on 4 May 2017 at the INESC TEC Campus da FEUP in Porto, Portugal. The program is addressed to SMEs interested in doing business in Latin America, with special focus in Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, and Mexico. More information, here.

IP Inclusive events. The AIPLA Women in IP Law Global Networking event will take place on 4 May 2017 in Glasgow, Manchester, and London, more details here. The Mental Health Awareness Week (MHWA) is taking place from 8 to 14 May 2017. MHWA includes, among other events, Managing Well-Being in the Workplace on 10 May 2017 at HGF Leeds office; on 11 May 2017, Surviving or Thriving? at Kilburn & Strode London office and Get Off That Hamster Wheel! at UKIPO (Newport, Wales) in collaboration with Wynne-Jones. More information, here.

The Intellectual Property, Ethics and the Market in the Era of Personalised Medicine conference will take place on 12 and 13 June 2017 at the St Anne’s College in Oxford. The program includes sessions on the patentability of genetic sequences, patenting diagnostic methods, open innovation, and drug discovery. Register here before 26 May 2017.
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