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IBIL/Taylor Wessing Conference: Standards, FRAND, NPEs and Injunctions

UCL Faculty of Laws

Tuesday, November 6, 2012 at 9:00 AM - Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 7:30 PM (GMT)

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Standards, FRAND,
NPEs and Injunctions


A joint IBIL/Taylor Wessing conference


Tuesday 6 - Wednesday 7 November 2012



UCL Faculty of Laws

Endsleigh Gardens



Hosted jointly by UCL Laws IBIL and Taylor Wessing LLP and chaired by The Rt Hon Professor Sir Robin Jacob (the Sir Hugh Laddie Chair of Intellectual Property at UCL Laws), this 2 day conference combines commentary from key industry and legal experts from the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and the US on:

  • Injunctions and jurisdictions
  • Standards, FRAND and its use in Europe
  • Patent portfolios
  • Unified Patents Court
  • Dispute resolution on licensing terms
  • Competition considerations
Through a combination of panel discussions, presentations and keynote addresses, the aim of this flagship event is to inform and update on the very latest developments with the benefit of the views and insights of leading authorities including from the industry, the judiciary and private practice in this complex and very topical field. 

To download and view the full programme, please click here.

Tuesday 6 November

Programme includes:
  • Keynote address by Mr Justice Floyd
  • Panel discussion on Comparison of the law as to injuctions across jurisdictions - the impact of FRAND declarations to standards bodies; intermin injunctions; Orange Book Offers
  • Industry discussion panel on Determining FRAND
  • The Market for Patent Portfolios
Wednesday 7 November
  • Present Pan-European Position and Manoeuvres - stays of infringement actions, expedition of UK revocation proceedings
  • Keynote address on the formation of Unified Patent Court
  • Competitions, complaints and standard setting
On Wednesday evening there will be a special Judge's Panel event, discussing how the courts should best assist in resolving disputes over Licensing Terms and what reforms to procedure are needed. This panel will include Mr Justice Arnold, Klaus Grabinski (Judge at the Federal Court of Justice, Germany) Robert van Peursem (Vice President of the Intellectual Property Chamber, The Hague). Registered attendees at the 2-day conference do not need to register separately for the evening Judges' panel.




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UCL Faculty of Laws
Bentham House
Endsleigh Gardens
WC1H 0EG London
United Kingdom

Tuesday, November 6, 2012 at 9:00 AM - Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 7:30 PM (GMT)

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