Thursday Thunders

A Thursday thunder of events!

Copyright exceptions have been partially harmonised at the EU level. But are Member States transposing them correctly? The new Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive will impose the adoption of new exceptions. What freedom do Member States enjoy in shaping national rules? This and other questions will be addressed during the event Beauty and the Beast ... and the Memes! Copyright exceptions under EU and national laws organised by Wikimedia Movement and the Free Knowledge Advocacy Group and  presented by IPKat own Eleonora.  The event will take place at 17:00 on 3 December 2018 at The Office, rue d'Arlon 80 in Brussels: all welcome! For registration and more information on the event, click here

The use and creative reuse of audiovisual works play an increasingly crucial role in education. In this context, understanding what uses are covered by licensing schemes, such as the ERA licence, and can be enabled by copyright exceptions becomes particularly important. All of this will be discussed at the Copyright & Creative Reuse - Members' Day 2018 organised by the British Universities Film & Video Council on 7 December 2018 in London. For more information see here.  To book, click here.

Kat pondering about licensing schemes
The EPO and UKIPO are teaming up to make online filing easier to understand. In the EPO and UKIPO online services workshop you will learn about the EPO's web-based online filing system and the second phase of the DOCX filing pilot. Witness a live demonstration of Mailbox and hear an overview of best practice interaction with the EPO. The sessions, with speakers Richard Garvey and Michael Lindblom from the EPO, will be held on 13 and 14 December 2018. For more information on the programme, see here. Registration deadline is today!

The University of Notre Dame Law School in London is launching a series of lectures in Intellectual  Property Law, open to Notre Dame students and UK IP practitioners. The lectures are as follows:
  • Wednesday 23 January 2019 6-7.30pm – Simon Carter on Client Interviewing – The Simon Carter Story’, Register here
  • Wednesday 6 February 2019 6-7.30pm – Geraldine Andrews J., Judge of the High Court on The Importance of Case Analysis, Register here
  • Wednesday 13 February 2019 6-7.30pm – Damian Falkowski, Barrister of Essex Court, on Drafting & Opinion Writing: The Golden ThreadRegister here
  • Wednesday 6 March 2019 6-7.30pm – Mr Justice Arnold J. on Patent Cases Explained - A Judge's Viewpoint, Register here
  • Wednesday 27 March 2019 6-7.30pm – Ian Silcock, IP Barrister, on The Costs and Implications of Avoiding Mediation in IP DisputesRegister here
  • Wednesday 3 April 2019 6-7.30pm – Anthony Tridico, managing partner of US law firm Finnegan, on Ethics and the Conditional Fee Agreement - A US PerspectiveRegister here
Please note that space is limited. Registration must be completed seven days prior to each session.

The European Communities Trade Mark Association (ECTA) is hosting  its 38th Annual Conference to be held in Edinburgh on 26-29 July 2019. For more information, see here
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