Thursday Thingies

A shorter post this week, but still full of exciting opportunities! From a conference on the EPO’s Revised Rules of Procedure of the Boards of Appeal to an interesting job listing at the Association of Commercial Television in Europe.

The Federation Against Software Theft (FAST) have an upcoming Legal Advisory Group meeting on 18 July 2019 in the Palace of Westminster, London. The theme is “The End of the Web as we know it; the computing bad actor defence and the trouble with Exhaustion; the copyright conundrum” and our own Kat Eleonora Rosati is on the Agenda. Full details and booking are available here.

Exhaustion of this Kat just accidentally typed something, rather than ending the Web

The CIPA are running a seminar on the recently approved EPO Revised Rules of Procedure of the Boards of Appeal on 22 July 2019 in London. The programme includes discussions with an attorney perspective, and EPO representatives providing their view from both a Boards of Appeal and a first instance perspective. Details can be found here.

The Creative Industries Global Conference 2019 (CIGC-19) will take place on 24 to 25 October 2019 at the Faculty of Social and Legal Sciences of Orihuela (Spain). The key aspect of the event is on the digital transformation on creative industries. Further information can be found here, and a Call for Papers is open until 22 July 2019.

The Association of Commercial Television in Europe is seeking a new Director of Public Affairs & Legal. The Association of Commercial Television in Europe (ACT) represents the interests of leading commercial broadcasters across the European Union. ACT member companies finance, produce, promote and distribute content and services for millions of Europeans across all platforms. The Director of Public Affairs & Legal leads ACT’s policy discussions, consensus-building and advocacy under the guidance of the Director General. Applications are welcomed until 1 September 2019 and more details, including the job specification, can be found here.
Thursday Thingies Thursday Thingies Reviewed by Jonathan Pratt on Thursday, July 11, 2019 Rating: 5

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