Tuesday Wonders

Congratulations, you have made it through Monday! Now you are closer and closer to Easter and getting together with your chocolate family. While you wait, check the newest IP events and opportunities.

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Swedish Association for Copyright (SFU) - 26 April 2022, online

SFU will host a webinar on 26 April 2022 from 5:00pm to 6:00pm (CEST) on the occasion of the Court of Justice's judgment of Case C-401/19 (Republic of Poland v European Parliament and Council of the European Union) that will be released on the same day. This case concerns the request to invalidate Article 17(4) (b) and 17 (4) (c) of the Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive (DSM Directive). At the webinar, the verdict and its consequences will be discussed, alongside the potential impact on (the still ongoing) implementation of the directive into Swedish law. The webinar will be conducted in English and registration can be made here (the website is in Swedish).

Alliance University "National Workshop on Role of Innovation and Intellectual Property in the Modern Era" - 26 April 2022, online

Alliance Centre for Intellectual Property Rights (ACIPR), in association with Alliance School of Law, Alliance University, Bengaluru will organise the "National Workshop on Role of Innovation and Intellectual Property in the Modern Era" on 26 April 2022 (10:00am to 3:30pm, IST). The workshop will focus on the vital role of IP in providing incentives to individuals and companies, as a road map to develop their innovation. Registration can be made here, while any queries about the workshop can be submitted to acipr@alliance.edu.in.

Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and Maastricht University "Trade Secrets Protection Programme" - 17-18 May 2022, Brussels, BE

QMUL and Maastricht University will hold a 2-day programme on the protection of trade secrets from 17 to 18 May 2022 in Brussels. This programme is designed to highlight the importance of trade secrets for commercial businesses. It will identify and consider the main legal rules in key European jurisdictions, focusing on changes introduced by the EU Trade Secrets Directive. Information about the schedule and registration is available here.

European Copyright Society (ECS) Annual Conference - 27 May 2022, Nottingham, UK

ECS will hold its annual conference on 27 May 2022 (8:30am-6:15pm, BST) in Nottingham, UK. This year's topic will be "The Constitutional Turn in Copyright Law – From human rights, to competition aspects and fairness concerns". The schedule of the conference and further details about price and registration are available on the event's website.

UCL 2022 Annual Sir Hugh Laddie Lecture - 22 June 2022, London, UK and online

The University College London will host its annual Sir Hugh Laddie Lecture on 22 June 2022 at 6:00pm (BST). This year's lecture will be delivered by David Vaver and focus on the contribution of Sir Hugh to IP law in the UK and beyond. This lecture considers a selection of Sir Hugh’s cases, some familiar to IP aficionados, some perhaps less so, to assess the continuing impact of his work at the bar and bench in the field to which he devoted himself. Registration for the Lecture and more information are available here.

IViR Summer Course on International Copyright Law and Policy - 4-8 July 2022, Amsterdam, NL

The Institute for Information Law will organise its annual intensive post-graduate summer course on international copyright law and policy. The course will run over a period of five days from 4 July to 8 July 2022. At the end of the course, participants will have gained valuable insights into the most crucial current issues of copyright law, examined from a comparative law perspective and in the light of recent international and regional agreements. More information about the course and the programme can be found here.

ALAI Annual Meeting 2022 - 15-16 September 2022, Cascais, PT

ALAI will hold its annual meeting from 15 to 16 September 2022 in Cascais, Portugal. This year's meeting will focus on Copyright, Neighbouring and Special Rights. The event is already open for registration and more information about the can be found on the ALAI 2022 website.

Tuesday Wonders Tuesday Wonders Reviewed by Alexandre Miura on Tuesday, April 12, 2022 Rating: 5

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