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Our Autumn Conference focused on what the IP profession might look like after Brexit, helping attorneys to prepare for contentious matters and conflict situations in the new landscape.
The UK IPO’s Oliver Morris and Deputy High Court Judge David Stone, passed insight and tips for presenting evidence before the registry and the High Court, including IPEC.
Our Paralegal Seminar focused on 'ownership' with a diverse range of speakers including paralegals and trade mark attorneys from private practice as well as in-house.
Ann Charlton from LawCare - who promote and support good mental health and wellbeing in the legal community - spoke to us about spotting signs of illness and dealing with things early.
Tara Aaron, partner at Aaron | Sanders PLLC, Nashville, revealed common issues that occur when trying to register a trade mark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) from outside the United States.
Founder of Clancy PC and Managing Attorney Lawyer, Paula Clancy, discussed how changes will bring Canada in line with three major intellectual property treaties: the Madrid Protocol, the Nice Agreement and the Singapore Agreement.
Victoria Jones, 3PB Barristers, shared her insights and forecasts at our first Midlands lecture of the year. Victoria outlined what we can now register as a trade mark, and the specifications applied to marks.
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.