A few months ago I had the pleasure of attending the inaugural event for UCL's Institute of Brand and Innovation Law, which featured such IP luminaries as Lord Justice Jacob, talking about Actavis v Merck and Geoffrey Hobbs QC, discussing the O2 'bubbles' case. IBIL has now announced another seminar, this time on the topic of patent enforcement:
Patent Enforcement - Problems and Possibilities
It is to take place from 4-7pm on Tuesday 11th November, at the UCL Institute of Child Health, just south of Coram's Fields. Registration is free, although places are limited so sign up soon.
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