Guy Tritton, Hogarth Chambers, gave an insightful talk on recent landmark IP cases.
Maria O’Sullivan, Head of Compliance at the Keltie Group, demystified the complexities of data protection in today’s highly technological society.
In this one-hour lunchtime lecture, Lauren Somers discussed one of the less publicised effects of GDPR: the WHOIS blackout.
Recent changes in case law have raised big questions about the advantages of a trade mark. But how do we determine advantage? When does it become unfair? And what constitutes infringement? Christopher Hall examined these changes.
As new trade mark applications in China surge, Na (Nina) Li, Partner and Trade Mark Attorney at Co-Talent, shared her insight on Chinese trade mark law and practice, and the current situation of bad faith registration and trade mark enforcement in China.
Matthew Lingard from Walker Morris revealed the common mistakes made in the registration process. And how to avoid them.
Our Spring Conference tackled ‘Disruption: the world and IP’ with a diverse range of speakers from private practice in the UK and EU as well as in-house attorneys from huge names including IBM and Bayer.
John Coldham of Gowling WLG was the chair as an expert roster of speakers shared the latest insight into designs.