Sunday Surprises

Here are some events for you to keep your diary full...

The IP & Innovation Researchers of Asia (IPIRA) Network is pleased to announce the Third IP & Innovation Researchers of Asia (IPIRA) Conference, which will be held ONLINE on 24-27 March 2021. Researchers, including Ph.D. candidates, who are interested in presenting at the Third IPIRA Conference will find specific information on how to submit on the Conference's website here.

The 2020 Sir Hugh Laddie Lecture will be delivered by Professor Daniel J. Gervais from Vanderbilt Law School on “Machina Sapiens: The Conflation of Natural and Artificial Creativity and Inventiveness”. The lecture is taking place on 10 November 2002. Register here to attend.

The Stockholm IP Law Review is delighted to invite you to our online conference: ‘IP in the Digital Environment’, to be held on Thursday 3 December 2020. More information on the event is available here.

The CLA will be holding a joint evening webinar with the LIDC and AFEC on Thursday 26 November on “Protection of Brand Reputation”. Register here for the event.

We are happy to invite you to CEIPI's second online seminar, on pop culture! The “Game of Thrones: Legal Journey to the Lands of Westeros” web conference will be held on 10 November 2020. Register here to attend the web conference.

The CIPA Life Sciences Webinar Series are taking place on 16 to 20 November 2020. More information on the event is available here.

Job opportunities
The Center for Law & Economics at ETH Zurich invites applications for a Fellowship in Empirical Intellectual Property/Internet Law Research. More information on the fellowship is available here.
The Center for Law & Economics at ETH Zurich invites applications for a Postdoc, PhD student, or Research Fellow in Behavioral Research on Innovation and Intellectual Property. View more information here.

Gov.UK published key information for customers and users of IP about how the IP system and the Intellectual Property Office will operate after the end of the transition period on 1 January 2021.

Gov.UK is having an informal call for evidence that seeks views on the cost and effectiveness of judicial processes when protecting IP rights in the UK. Evidence can be submitted here prior to 9 November 2020.

The UK is voted one of the best Intellectual Property (IP) environments in the world. To keep it that way we are keen to look ahead to the challenges that new technologies bring. We want to understand the implications artificial intelligence may have on IP. Gov.UK wants your ideas, expertise, and insight. Please submit your responses by 30 November 2020 here.
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