EU IP Policy – Events

E-commerce regulation in the European Union November 27, 2019 - Jean Monnet Short Course - Wednesday 27 November
Indranath Gupta – Liability of internet intermediaries: the Indian experience September 10, 2019 - Research seminar - Tuesday 10 September 2019, 14:00-15:00, room W416
Arno Lodder – Regulation of algorithms: towards a taxonomy based on threats May 28, 2019 - Research seminar - Wednesday 3 July 16.00
Siva Thambisetty – Improving Access to Patented Medicines: A Wicked Problem March 7, 2019 - Public Lecture, Thursday 7 March 2019, 18.00
Eleonora Rosati – Enforcement of IP rights over the internet: where are we now? February 7, 2019 - Public Lecture, Thursday 7 February 2019, 18.00
Symposium: European Intellectual Property and its Limits January 16, 2019 - Wednesday 16 January 2019 - Inaugural symposium of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence
Gustavo Ghidini – Shape trade-marks and competition March 8, 2018 - Public Lecture - Thursday 8 March 2018, 18:00, Room EB306
Martin Husovec – Can User Creativity Survive Automated Copyright Enforcement in Europe? February 8, 2018 - Public Lecture - Thursday 8 February 2018, 18:00, Room EB306
Scales of Justice Copyright Balance Poorna Mysoor: The Doctrine of Implied Licence and Copyright Balance May 10, 2017 - Research seminar - Wednesday 10 May, 16:00, Room F 110 (Fusion Building)
Carlos Correa: The TRIPS Agreement: what impact after 20 years of adoption? April 6, 2017 - Public Lecture - Thursday 6 April 2017, 18:00
Ethics of Intellectual Property Rights: Challenges & Solutions March 17, 2017 - New IP Lawyers Workshop - Friday 17 March 2017
Enrico Bonadio: Limiting the use of brands on public health grounds March 9, 2017 - Public Lecture - Thursday 9 March, 18.00
Marco Ricolfi: Damages for Intellectual Property Infringement under EU Law February 9, 2017 - Public lecture - Thursday 9 February, 18:00
Competition Law Objectives: free software and web services November 23, 2016 - Wednesday 23 November 16.00 - Research Seminar
Erika Ellyne: “Patent scope Revisited: A Market Design Perspective” July 19, 2016 - Research Seminar - Wednesday 27 July, 16.00
Talya Ponchek “The Emergence of the Innovative Entity: Is the Patent System Left Behind?” April 27, 2016 - Research Seminar, Wednesday 27 April, 10.00, S217
Vicki Salmon: “The Unified Patents Court and the Unitary Patent” April 21, 2016 - Public Lectures Series: Thursday 21 April 2016, 18.00, EB 206
Geographical Indications in the EU September 11, 2015 - Symposium 2015
Christophe Geiger: Designing a Limitation for Creative Use in Copyright Law September 10, 2015 - Research seminar: Thursday 10 September, 16:oo, Room EB 202. Abstract: the seminar explores the viability of a dedicated limitation to copyright law to foster creative uses.
Stavroula Karapapa: “Introducing the ‘new public’ into copyright infringement” April 23, 2015 - Public lectures series 2015 Thursday 23 April, from 6 pm in EB306 This talk will discuss what amounts to an actionable communication of copyright works to the public. Recent rulings of the Court of Justice of the European Union uphold that infringement takes place not only where an unauthorised communication reaches the public but also... Read more »
Rafael García Pérez: “The scope of injunctions in intellectual property cases” April 21, 2015 - Research Seminar Tuesday 21 April, 4pm, Room EB205 The injunction, being a remedy grounded in equity, has a discretionary nature in English law, in intellectual property as well as in other areas of law. However, intellectual property remedies have been harmonised by Directive 2004/48 on the Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights. The seminar will consider... Read more »
Jennifer Davis: “The problem with the average consumer in European trade mark law” March 19, 2015 - Public Lectures Series 2015 Thursday 19 March, from 6 pm in EB306 The talk will consider the problem of identifying the average consumer in EU trade mark law.  It will suggest that his or her position in case law relating to both distinctiveness and confusion is increasingly uncertain and that explanations for this uncertainty might... Read more »
Nicola Coppola: Can GIs be used as a marketing tool? February 19, 2015 - Thursday 19 February 2015, 9:00 a.m, Room PG22 The relationship between IP and Communication is part of the collaboration within the Departments of the newly created Faculty of Media and Communication. In this context, Nicola Coppola gives insights on Geographical Indications (GIs) protection from a legal perspective, tailored to the interests of MA Media and... Read more »
Paul Torremans: “The Unitary Patent and the Unified Patent Court: a private international law perspective” February 19, 2015 - Public Lectures Series 2015 Thursday 19 February, from 6 pm in EB306 The introduction of the unitary patent will leave the European patent in place and will in any case not apply to Italy, Spain and, probably, Poland. And the courts in those countries, and those in all other Member States during the transition period,... Read more »
Marcella Favale: “A Wii too stretched? DRM protection of game consoles” February 18, 2015 - Faculty Seminar of Marcella Favale This seminar comments the case C-355/12 – Nintendo v. PC Box.  Despite the fact that the difficult conditions imposed by the Court in practice will disrupt the implementation of DRM​, Marcella Favale questions the extension of the protection of TPMs implemented on gaming consoles. She also argues that there are... Read more »
Peter Jaszi (American University) The advantages of a flexible or ‘open-ended’ approach to copyright limitations and exceptions May 1, 2014 - Spring lectures series Thursday 1 May 2014 6pm Executive Business Centre (EB206), Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth BH8 8EB
Marco Ricolfi: Trade mark licensing under EU law April 5, 2014 - Professor Marco Ricolfi (University of Turin) gives a keynote lecture to the students of the PG Cert IP on Trade mark licensing under EU law. Professor Ricolfi is a leading expert in EU trade mark and copyright law, a practicing lawyer and co-founder or NEXA Centre for Internet and Society. The event is free and... Read more »
Ilanah Simon Fhima (UCL) The confusion test in European trade mark law April 3, 2014 - Spring lectures series Thursday 3 April 2014 6pm Executive Business Centre (EB206), Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth BH8 8EB The seminar presents the preliminary results of a large empirical study on the application of the “confusion” test for trade mark infringement in Europe. Key objectives of the study, which is being carried out in collaboration with Dr... Read more »
The economics of copyright collecting societies December 3, 2007 - Symposium 2007
Talbot Campus lit up at night A new feudalism of ideas June 26, 2001 - Symposium 2001