Monday Miscellany

A new week means another update on upcoming events, calls for papers, and everything else IP-related!


The EUIPO is holding a webinar on 9th April at 10am CET on the topic of "Money Laundering and Copyright Piracy". More information can be found here and the link to the webinar is here.

UCL's Institute of Brand and Innovation Law is hosting its 2019 non-IPKat-related Sir Hugh Laddie Lecture on "No cats and no doctrine of equivalence?" on 13th of June. More details can be found here
Angora cats will also be one of the the topics of discussion with UCL
The Competition Law Association is hosting a lunchtime event on Wednesday 19 June at Watson Farley & Williams LLP on the “Implementation of the Trade Mark Directive and exhaustion post-Brexit”. Registration for the event closes on Tuesday 18th June and can be done here, while further information (including prices for non-members) can be found on the flyer here.

Other News

Tel-Aviv University is hosting its 5th Annual TAU Workshop for Junior Scholars in Law on 17th-19th of November 2019. More information can be found here or by contacting

The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore has announced that its Mediation Promotion Scheme has been enhanced and extended for 3 years. With the scheme, mediation will be promoted as a key option to solve disputes in Singapore and overseas.

An exciting opportunity has opened: the Attorney General is recruiting for standing counsel for the Comptroller. Applications close on 30th April 2019 at 5pm; more details can be found here.
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