Monday Miscellany

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Welcome to March, and to this latest edition of Monday Miscellany!

Conferences, Lectures and Events

EU Law and New Technologies Lecture, London
King's College London is hosting Advocate-General Szpunar of the CJEU to give the Centre for European Law's annual lecture. He will speak on the topic 'EU Law and New Technologies' today. Registration is here.

ECTA ®etreat, ‘M@rk my words - freedom of speech and IP rights’, Brussels
The European Communities Trade Mark Association will hold its 3rd retreat on March 4 on the topic of the interplay between the freedom of speech, artistic expression and intellectual property rights. The final programme is here and (free!) registration is here.

Intellectual Property Awareness Summit – IPAS 2020, San Francisco
On March 5, the Center for Intellectual Property Understanding will host an event aimed at addressing gaps in IP understanding. More information, including registration details, can be found here.

Making Europe fit for the Digital Age? Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Freedom of Information and the failed Text and Data Mining provisions in EU Copyright law, Amsterdam
Christophe Geiger will deliver a lecture on the above topic at IViR, the University of Amsterdam, on March 10. Further details are available here.

Conference on Digital Platforms: Innovation, Antitrust, Privacy & the Internet of Things, Chicago
This conference at the University of Illinois at Chicago on March 13 will address the legal challenges posed by platform regulation in areas such as IP, privacy and antitrust. The event is free and registration can be found here.

Propertizing European Copyright: History, Challenges, Opportunities… and the fate of copyright balance under Article 17(2) CFREU Lecture, London
Dr Caterina Sganga (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy) will deliver a lecture on the above topic on April 2, with further information and registration available here.

The International Regulators’ Roundtable on Artificial Intelligence Technologies in Health Care, Cambridge MA
For our Kat-reading friends in the US, the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy at Harvard University is holding a free conference about AI regulation in healthcare on April 27. To see the full speaker lineup and to register, click here.

General Principles and Fundamental Rights in Recent EU Copyright Law Conference, Stockholm
The Swedish Network for European Legal Studies' annual conference will be held on May 4, with speakers including the IPKat's Eleonora Rosati discussing the interface between general principles of EU law, fundamental rights and freedoms, and copyright in recent case law. The flyer, including a link to register, can be found here.

Formation PI - La rédaction de brevets d'intelligence artificielle, Paris (en français)
On June 11, Premier Cercle will hold a seminar on drafting patents in relation to Artificial Intelligence (the first of three modules). Find out more and register here.

Call for Papers
Private Governance and Digital Platforms, University of Copenhagen
The Centre for Private Governance (CEPRI) at the University of Copenhagen, Faculty of Law, has issued a call for papers (with a deadline of March 20) on legal challenges created by digital platforms as private governance systems for its inaugural conference on June 15. More information can be found here.

Launch of EUIPO Pan-European Seal Talent Bank
The European Union Intellectual Property Office recently announced the launch of a new platform to connect employers looking for young professionals in IP with former Pan-European Seal trainees. Find more information here.
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