EUIPO IP Case-Law Conference returns to Alicante and online on 29-30 April

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The IPKat has learned that the ever-popular IP Case-Law Conference organized and hosted by the EUIPO Boards of Appeal is returning for the fifth time to Alicante and online on 29 and 30 April 2024.

Coinciding with the 30th anniversary of the EUIPO, the conference is one of the major events organized by the EUIPO Boards of Appeal and focuses on leveraging case-law as its cornerstone, while also delving into the recent legislative reforms across various IP realms. Moreover, it explores the challenges that a high-tech environment presents for IP, in particular trade marks, designs, GIs, and copyright.

The conference gathers influential figures drawn from private practice, judiciary, academia, and major IP offices to engage in discussions.

Having participated in the past, I can say that the conference is truly interactive as it is designed to encourage exchanges among participants through panel debates, each covering four key topics related to a specific session.

According to the conference programme, the sessions are as follows:

  • Session 1: An Odyssey Through the Evolving Landscape of Trade Mark General Court Judgments
  • Session 2: A Deep-Dive into latest Design Case-law and Developments: Multi-layered Perspectives
  • Session 3: Reconciling the Old with the New: Challenges of Trade Mark Modernization
  • Session 4: IP Code-breaking in the Era of AI Advancements
  • Session 5: Copyright in flux: What does the future have in store?
  • Session 6: Crafting the Future: New perspectives for Geographical Indications
  • Session 7: Quality through Coherence and Consistency: Reflections and Visions

To learn more and to register (until 22 April), click here. See you in sunny Alicante!

EUIPO IP Case-Law Conference returns to Alicante and online on 29-30 April EUIPO IP Case-Law Conference returns to Alicante and online on 29-30 April Reviewed by Eleonora Rosati on Wednesday, February 07, 2024 Rating: 5

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