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Seminars

Global Intellectual Property Enforcement

from September 20 to 22, 2012 in Washington, United States

  1. 1Presentation
  2. 2Programme
  3. 3General information
  4. 4Prepare your stay
  5. 5Organising committee
  1. 6General conditions
  2. 7Reports
  3. 8List of participants Accès restreint
  4. 9Photo gallery


In collaboration with our very good friends at the University of Richmond, Virginia, we are organising a Conference entitled “Global Intellectual Property Enforcement”.

The Conference is designed to offer a practical guide to enforcement of intellectual property rights across a multiplicity of jurisdictions.

We will hear from leading private practice lawyers about the techniques they have used to ensure that their clients’ intellectual property rights are observed, including case studies demonstrating how they have navigated one of the most complex areas of litigation and regulation.

We will also have the latest views from academics, judges and regulators about forthcoming trends in enforcing rights at borders.

Finally, and perhaps most importantly, we will hear from our clients about how they enforce their rights when trading globally.

Added to this is the prospect of Washington DC a little more than a month before the US Presidential elections, and all of the attractions of the Smithsonian, the National Memorials and Monuments, the centres of Government and the legal system and the natural beauty of nearby parks such as the Shenandoah Valley.

We look forward to seeing you in Washington in the fall!


 

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