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Friday, 16 January 2009
Trade marks and the downturn seminar
Together with the IPKat weblog, Hardwicke Building is holding a seminar on "Trade Marks and the Downturn", in Central London on Tuesday 17 February. The programme, which runs from 11am to 3pm, addresses the valuation of trade mark litigation and deals in the current economic environment, issues arising in relation to deceptive registrations, termination of trade mark licences and the effect of insolvency. Speakers are Larry Cohen, IP Finance weblog team member Neil Wilkof, Stephen Reese and Mark Engelman. The cost of the event, for which 3 CPD points are available, is £50 plus VAT per person. The first five in-house registrants can register for free. The full programme and registration details are available here.
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