Earn CPD online from video recordings and presentations of our past events. We have an archive of events dating back to 2014 available to view.
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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.
This paralegal webinar examined the issues of when domain names meet trade marks.
Keeping confidential information safe has been a hot topic recently. Largely because of the Trade Secrets Directive, which has been brought in to harmonise the law in this area across the EU.
Our Webinar gave delegates an overview on the various implications for trade marks, patents and designs to help you consider the impact of Brexit on your practice.
This years Litigators Seminar came from Taylor Wessing, London. Talks centered on the hot topics related to Chartered Trade Mark Attorneys conducting litigation.
Redvers Cunningham, Chief Executive of PAMIA, provided a unique insight into the causes of claims against IP Professionals and shared details of recent claims against members of PAMIA.
Cantering through the many and varied decisions over the past year, Jade MacIntyre of Allen & Overy provided an overview of recent case law from the UKIPO and the courts of England and Wales.
In this paralegal webinar Michelle Davies covered 'Transactions'.