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The Asian Pacific Copyright Association Conference will take place from 29 to 31 October 2017 at the Faculty of Law of the University of Technology Sydney in Australia. The topic of this year is “What’s so Special About the Asian-Pacific? The Region, People and Law”. Professors Christoph Antons (University of Newcastle), Miranda Forsyth (Australian National University) and Hong Xue (Beijing Normal University) are the keynote speakers. More information, here.

Adding upcoming events!
An advanced training program on “Intellectual Property, Intermediary Liability and Online Platforms’ Regulation” will take place from 7 to 9 December 2017 in Strasbourg. The event is organized by the Center for International Property Studies (CEIPI) and it is intended for lawyers, entrepreneurs, policymakers, judges, and students. The program will cover legal, policy and ethical issues faced by online intermediaries. More details, here.

FORUM Institut’s events. The FORUM Institut für Management has organized several events as follows. The "16th International Trademark Conference" will take place on 8 and 9 November 2017 in Alicante, Spain. Meanwhile, the IP Manager course will take place from 16 November to 9 December 2017 in The Hague, the Netherlands. Finally, the 8th IP Protection for Plant Innovation Conference will take place on 30 November and 1 December 2017 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

IP Inclusive has organized some events as follows. IP Out event “The Family Way” will take place on 9 November 2017 at the Osborne Clarke office in London. Women in IP panel discussion “Climbing up the Career Ladder” will take place on 21 November 2017 at the CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang office in London. 

A “joint statement on transfer of value/value gap” was signed by various organizations representing authors, film and music producers, broadcasting organizations, film distributors, cinema operators, football leagues and photo agencies. The statement, intended for the European Parliament Rapporteur Alex Voss, reaffirms its position in relation to the proposal for a Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market and the interpretation of some European copyright provisions regarding the liability of UCC (user uploaded content) platforms. The statement can be reviewed here

The report "Hidden value: a study of the UK IP Valuation Market", was published by the UK Intellectual Property Office (UK IPO) in late September. The report seeks to better understand why companies tend not to consider the financial value of their IP assets; it does so against the backdrop of how the UK market for IP valuation is working and how can it be of assistance to such companies. The report and appendix can be reviewed here.

The UK Intellectual Property Office (UK IPO) has also published in late September the report "Independent Review of the Creative Industries". The report provides recommendations regarding “how Creative Industries can underpin the UK’s future economic growth”, such as the digitization of the IP Finance Toolkit and increasing the awareness of IP valuation. The report is available here.

*Picture courtesy of Anutra Bunnag and Michelle De Leeuw.
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