Thursday thingies

Today is Thursday, Europe Day and the perfect day to check out the forthcoming events in the IP world. Here are some particularly interesting events in London, Stockholm, Paris and Strasbourg, respectively.

The Roving Seminar on WIPO services

The Roving Seminar on WIPO services will take place in Strasbourg on 14 May 2019 and in Paris on 16 May 2019. There is still time to reserve a place!
Attendance is free of charge. The events and related presentation material will be in French. For additional information and registration page, click here.

IP Pharma Challenges in 2019 Patents and Trademarks – Trends and Case Law

London, Stockholm, Paris or Strasbourg?
On 4 June 2019 at 15.00 The Stockholm IP Law Review will hold the  seminar IP Pharma Challenges in 2019 Patents and Trademarks – Trends and Case Law. The seminar will be followed by a dinner to celebrate the Master Student Class of 2018/19. For more information and registration check here.

A Philosophy Guide to Street Art and the Law

On 24 June 2019, 18.00-20.00 Professor Andrea Baldini, a philosopher at Nanjing University in China, will present his latest book A Philosophy Guide to Street Art and the Law at The City Law School, City University of London.
The presentation will be followed by comments by Dr Susan Hansen (Middlesex University), Dr Sabina Andron (UCL), Dr Rafael Schacter (UCL) and Dr Enrico Bonadio (City, University of London).
For more information on the event check here.

Thursday thingies Thursday thingies Reviewed by Antonella Gentile on Thursday, May 09, 2019 Rating: 5

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