We’re delighted to announce this year’s one-day seminar for litigators, kindly hosted by Laytons LLP at their London offices beside the River Thames.

Enjoy a full day of talks and sessions with solicitors and members of the IP bar. 

Charlotte Blythe, Hogarth Chambers, will share updates on the disclosure pilot scheme before Jacqueline Reid, 11 South Square, covers uses of notice to admit fact and requests for further information.

After lunch, Chris Hall, 11 South Square, examines UK IPO appeals to the High Court. 

Later in the afternoon, John Abbott , Laytons LLP, will discuss ADR in IP disputes, before Chris Ryan shares when and how to get off the record if things go wrong between you and your client.

We’ll provide lunch at 1pm and, after the seminar, invite you for drinks and opportunities to catch up and network.

We hope you can join us for this annual event.

Please note, this seminar is open exclusively to Ordinary and Fellow CITMA members.

Programme

9.30am

Registration

10am

Introduction and housekeeping

10.15am

with 15-minute tea break at 11

TBC - talk on advocacy

12.15pm

Update on the disclosure pilot scheme, Charlotte Blythe, Hogarth Chambers

1pm

Lunch

2pm

Uses of ‘notice to admit facts’ and ‘requests for further information’ and their interaction with the disclosure scheme, Jacqueline Reid, 11 South Square

2.45pm

UK IPO appeals to the High Court; a comparison of procedure and which route to take, Chris Hall, 11 South Square

3.30pm

Tea break

3.45pm ADR in IP disputes, John Abbott, Laytons

4.30pm

If things go wrong between you and your client—when and how you can get yourself off the record, Chris Ryan, Ryan Law

5.15pm

Closing thoughts

5.30pm

Drinks reception


To note

  • Places are limited
  • Payment online via debit or credit card only; proforma invoices are not available.
  • Full terms and conditions apply.
  • Closing date: 9am, Friday 1st November 2018.