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CITMA Autumn Conference -- IP and social media

12th October 2017, 10am – 7pm
Hyatt Regency Birmingham
Earn 5 hours’ CPD
Registration has opened, see further details here

UNION-IP September Dinner Meeting - "Actavis v Lilly, interpretation and file wrapper – what do we do now?"

UNION-IP is delighted to announce that Andrew Waugh QC of Three New Square will be speaking at their autumn dinner meeting on Thursday 28 September 2017. Having been involved in the recent Actavis v Lilly Supreme Court case, and indeed some of the earlier leading decisions as well, Andrew will take participants through the history and implications of Actavis v Lilly and lead the debate: Actavis, interpretation and file wrapper – what do we do now?
Full details of the event can be found here.

LeadershIP in Brussels on 25 September 2017

The LeadershIP conferences are a catalyst for a balanced and open discussion on current hotly-debated global issues at the intersection of intellectual property rights and antitrust policy. See further information here

Location update:

"As demand has been so high for attendance at the "Equivalents: K = Na. Is the genie out of the bottle?" event on 1 November 2017, we have moved the event to a larger hall."
The event will now take place at:
UCL Institute of Education (Logan Hall)
20 Bedford Way
London WC1H 0AL

Photo courtesy of Mr. He Gong for his lovely kitten Ruobai.
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1 comment:

  1. Is the larger venue equivalent to the smaller venue? Sure, it may take more people, but overall the discussion will be the same. Obviously so. Save the extra expense and give the money to charity.

    Proof, if it were required, comes from the result of the recent Tottenham Hotspur match at Wembley, where they played as badly as they do at the home ground.


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