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Joint IPKat/BLACA Live Webinar on AG Opinion in YouTube/Cyando

Earlier this week, The IPKat and the British Literary and Artistic Copyright Association (BLACA) partnered together to offer a free live webinar discussing the content of the recent Advocate General's Opinion in Joined Cases C-682/18 and C-683/18 [here]. Chaired by Jeremy Blum, the 1-hour session featured, as speakers, Lauri Rechardt, Julia Reda, and The IPKat's own Eleonora Rosati
The webinar reflected on the potential implications of the forthcoming decision of the CJEU for EU copyright, safe harbours legislation (including the forthcoming EU Digital Services Act), and intermediary injunctions. A recording of the webinar is available here.


Cleveland Scott York will hold a webinar, “New Uses for Known Drugs - Essential Patent Aspects in Europe and North America”. The announced speakers include Adrian Bradley (Cleveland Scott York), Charles Boulakia (Ridout & Maybee, Canada), and Kelly Echols (Stoel Rives, United States). The webinar will be held on July30th at 5 PM – 6 PM UK Time. Participation is free of charge, but registration is required here.
The UIC John Marshall Law School will hold a virtual conference on “IP, Technology & Social Justice in the Time of Coronavirus”. The event will take place on September 11th. See the event agenda for more details. 

On September 15, Prof. Julien Cabay (Liège University) is giving the webinar, “AI production and Copyright law protection”. Consult the EUIPO Academy page for registration to the event. 


The UIC John Marshall Law School has an open vacancy for an Intellectual Property Law Fellow. Consult the announcement here for more details.


If you missed the IPAN CIPU Joint Workshop on Online IP Education, held on July 8, the organizers have kindly shared with the IPKat readers a video recording of the event.
As of 23 July 2020, WIPO PROOF is available in Spanish and French. WIPO confirmed the service will be available in a total of 10 languages, and I is s expected that the remaining seven versions will be launched during the remainder of this year. Read the TechieKat report on WIPO PROOF here.
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