Will you be sitting comfortably at tomorrow's AIPPI soft IP event?

Had the AmeriKat not been between time zones tomorrow evening, she would be venturing east to Allen & Overy's London offices where this year's AIPPI soft IP update is being held. 

This year, barrister Benet Brandreth QChas agreed to don the storyteller’s mantle, and, in finest AIPPI UK tradition, will entertain the audience with an evening of fireside tales from the book of soft IP jurisprudence.

Benet will look back at recent cases and remind attendees of the highs and the lows, the rags and the riches, the heroes and the villains, and perhaps even the occasional monster. And not a patent in sight.

The details are as follows:

What:  Are you sitting comfortably? A soft IP storybook on the Byzantine World of Trade Marks with Benet Brandreth. 

Time:  5:30 for 6PM

Where:  Allen & Overy, One Bishops Square, London, E1 6AD

Registration: Here (free for AIPPI members and full time students; £40 for non-members) 

For those who are unable to attend the event, don't worry - there will be some guest paws in the audience reporting away. 

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