A new week is approaching! Here are some interesting IP events to keep you entertained this week.
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It is with regret that MARQUES has decided to cancel the 34th Annual Conference, due to be held in Stockholm, Sweden, from 22 to 25 September 2020. The 2021 Annual Conference will be held in The Hague, The Netherlands, from 14 to 17 September. More information is available here.
CEIPI is pleased to announce the 3rd edition of the Advanced Training Program on “Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property”. The training will take place in Strasbourg from 1 to 3 October 2020. More information is available here.
Join Simmons and Simmons for the grand finale in the Retromark: Live! The Retromark: Live! series will take a look into the future of IP life with co-hosts Darren Meale and Rosie Burbidge joined by Allan James, the UK IPO’s Senior Hearing Officer. More information is available here.
The Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice (JIPLP) has been giving free access to a series of round-ups covering the most important decisions in different fields and at different levels during 2019, and is now proud and delighted to host a series of live webinars to discuss the most important, recent IP developments!
- - More information on the “IP enforcement Round Up – Live Webinar” is available here.
- - More information on the “US Patent Round Up - Live Webinar” is available here.
- - More information on the “Germany and China Patent Round-Up - Live Webinar” is available here.
One of the biggest winners of the current pandemic seems to be the former Silicon Valley startup Zoom. The company’s success can be attributed to a number of factors – arguably including its software’s highly popular virtual-background feature. The virtual-background feature includes, inter alia, iconic stills from movie sets. This give rise to whether use of these virtual-backgrounds may constitute an infringement of copyright. Read more here.
SpicyIP is proud to announce the first edition of the Shamnad Basheer Essay Competition on Intellectual Property Law. For its first edition, the competition will be open to students currently enrolled in any LLB program (or its equivalent – meaning students enrolled in J.D. programs can take part) across the world. More information is available here.
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