Tuesday Wonders

November is just around the corner and the next events and opportunities for IP enthusiasts are already here! 

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27 October 2022 | 4iP Council: webinar "IP Waiver in pandemic times" (online)

This webinar provides an overview of the challenges during the pandemic and the impact of the TRIPS waiver on innovation, global public health, global collaboration, the patent system, etc. and analyses which are the right tools to prepare for the next pandemic. Registrations are available here

28 October 2022 | UWI St Augustine Faculty of Law: "Researching transnational law in local context: what questions to ask, what methods to use, and how can we study transnational law?" (online)

UWI STA organises a series of sessions held on Fridays. The RSS is conducted online to allow for international speakers. The aim is to help academics, practitioners, researchers and students develop and apply legal research skills by learning from the experiences of others. The topic of the 28 October session is "Researching transnational law in the local context: what questions to ask, what methods to use and how can we study transnational law?" and will be discussed by Sapna Raheem, Senior Teaching Fellow at SOAS, and Laura Knoepfel, Legal Anthropologist. Registration is available here.

2 November 2022 | The Royal Society of Chemistry Law Group: "Intellectual Property Case Law Seminar 2022" (Burlington House, London)

The RSC Law Group is holding its annual seminar on intellectual property case law on Wednesday 2 November from 1pm at Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BA. Speakers will provide updates from the European Patent Office and the UK courts, look at developments in SPCs, and consider intellectual property in co-development and open innovation agreements. For more information and to register, click here.

4 November 2022 | EIPIN International Conference: "The interaction between the new European Digital Laws and the Intellectual Property System" (Alicante, and online)

The EIPIN International Conference will be held in Alicante at the Salón de Actos Edificio German Bernacer on 4 November 2022. The aim of this seminar is to analyse the interplay between EU Digital Laws and EU IP System and to determine whether there are obstacles that could hinder the achievement of the EU's common goal of promoting innovation in Europe. The conference is free of charge, but requires on-site registration via email to: catedraderechonotarial@gmail.com. The conference can also be followed via streaming at the following link for the morning session and at the following link for the afternoon and evening sessions. More information on the panellists can be found here.

7 November 2022 | The Stationers' Company: "The shape of music copyright - music publishing, musicians' rights and the wider commercial world" (The Stationers' Company, London)

The Musicians Company and the Stationers' Company are pleased to assemble a panel of experts to address the challenges of protecting the rights of performers, composers, songwriters, and publishers in the world of music in the UK. The speakers will address these challenges from their own experiences. Our GuestKat Hayleigh Bosher will be one of the speakers on the panel! For more information and to register, click here.

8 and 10 November 2022 | Cohausz & Florack webinar: "EPO Case Law Update 2022" (online)

On 8-10 November 2022, the CFWebinars will provide an update on developments in EPO case law in 2021/2022 in the fields of technology, physics, and digital innovation on the one hand, and chemistry, pharmaceuticals, and life sciences on the other. The program, list of speakers and registration can be found here.

18 November 2022 | UWI St Augustine Faculty of Law: "Copyright in publication" and "Research Impact" (online)

UWI STA organises a series of sessions held on Fridays from 12:00 - 1:00 AST or 1:00 - 2:00 AST. The RSS is conducted online to allow for international speakers. The aim is to help academics, practitioners, researchers, and students develop and apply legal research skills by learning from the experiences of others. The topics of the 18 November session are "Copyright in publication" and "Research Impact" and will be discussed by Yvette Liebesman, Professor at St Louis University, and Adrienne Yong, Senior Lecturer at City University. Registration is available here.

21 November 2022 | IFIM Stockholm University: "Distinctiveness and likelihood of confusion in recent EUIPO BoA decisions" (online)

The Institute for Intellectual Property and Market Law (IFIM) at Stockholm University is honoured and delighted to welcome once again Mr Gordon Humphreys, Chairperson of the First Board of Appeal of the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), for an overview and discussion of some of the most notable decisions of the EUIPO Boards of Appeal on distinctiveness and likelihood of confusion. The panel will be chaired by our PermaKat Eleonora Rosati. This event is a must for all those working in the trade mark field - practitioners, students, and researchers. Registration is available here.

28 November 2022 | CLA: 23rd Annual Burrell Lecture and Dinner (The Honourable Society of Gray's Inn, London)

The Competition Law Association (CLA) is delighted to announce that the 23rd Annual Burrell Lecture and Dinner will take place on Monday 28 November 2022 at The Honourable Society of Gray's Inn. This year's distinguished speaker is The Rt Hon Lady Rose of Colmworth, who will give a talk entitled "When government sets prices: what can history teach us?". The lecture will be followed by a reception and dinner. To register, please visit the 'New Events' section of the CLA website here


WIPO | Program Officer - Legislative, Policy and Technology Advice Section, Patent and Technology Law Division, Patents and Technology Sector
Grade - P3 | DL to apply: 2 November 2022 

WIPO has published a new vacancy notice for a Program Officer (Grade - P3). The post is located in the Legislation, Policy and Technology Advice Section of the Patent and Technology Law Division, Patents and Technology Sector. Further information and applications can be made here.

Assimilate IP | 9 November 2022 | Course: "IP Essential for Start Ups and SMEs" (online webinar)

Assimilate IP organises a course focusing on the implications of IP for start-ups and SMEs. All technology-based start-ups and SMEs should have a basic understanding of what IP rights are important to their business. Only then can they develop an IP strategy that drives innovation, brings new products or services to market and maximises the return on their IP assets. Registrations are available here. IPKat readers receive a 10% discount on registration by mentioning "IPKat" when booking.

NTU | Course "Intellectual Property Litigation and Advocacy" | Start Date: 16 November 2022

Nottingham Law School offers Certificates in IP Litigation and IP Advocacy which enable practitioners to obtain the Higher Courts Litigation Certificate, issued by the Intellectual Property Regulation Board (IPReg), which gives the holder the right to litigate in the civil courts of England and Wales in intellectual property matters. For more information and instructions on how to apply, click here.

IPIRA | Call for papers: Fifth IPIRA Conference (1-3 March 2023) | DL to apply: 20 November 2022

Intellectual Property and Innovation Researchers of Asia (IPIRA), in collaboration with the WIPO Academy, is organising its fifth conference, which will be held in a hybrid format at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore from 1 to 3 March 2023. To be considered, candidates must submit their applications by 20 November 2022. Accepted participants can attend the conference either in person or online as it is a new hybrid format. For more information, please visit the WIPO website, here.

JIPLP | Call for Articles: "IP and the Green Economy" | DL for submissions: 23 January 2023

The Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice (JIPLP) is pleased to announce that it will publish a special issue in the first half of 2023 devoted entirely to the relationship between intellectual property (IP) and the Green Economy, in particular the Circular Economy. This special issue will be co-edited by (in alphabetical order) Stefano Barazza, Irene Calboli, Sarah Harris, Annette Kur, and our PermaKat Eleonora Rosati. Further information can be found here.
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