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Herchel Smith Intellectual Property Lecture 2015 - The Hon. Mr Justice Carr

The Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London

Monday, 7 December 2015 from 18:00 to 21:00 (GMT)

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This year's Herchel Smith Lecture in Intellectual Property will be delivered by The Hon Mr Justice Carr. The topic is "Virgin v Zodiac and its aftermath: res judicata, stays, recovery of damages and post-trial amendments".

The lecture will start at 6 pm (registration from 5.30pm). Please join us for a drinks reception afterwards.

The venue is the QMUL Charterhouse Square campus.

The evening is chaired by Professor Johanna Gibson, Herchel Smith Professor of Intellectual Property Law. We look forward to welcoming you at this significant event in the QMIPRI calendar.

For enquiries, please e-mail Julia Pracht at ccls-events@qmul.ac.uk or call 0207 882 8481.

If you cannot attend please cancel through Eventbrite or by emailing the CCLS Events Team on the address above, so that we can offer your place to someone else.

Do you have questions about Herchel Smith Intellectual Property Lecture 2015 - The Hon. Mr Justice Carr? Contact The Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London

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Derek Willoughby Lecture Theatre
Queen Mary University of London
Charterhouse Square campus
EC1M
United Kingdom

Monday, 7 December 2015 from 18:00 to 21:00 (GMT)


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The Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London

In 1980, Sir Roy Goode decided to create an environment where practising commercial lawyers and those from academia could meet and exchange ideas. His vision was that by bringing together these different perspectives, we would create better outcomes. And so the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) was born.

It’s an innovation that continues to bear results in teaching and research. One example is the Centre’s research on cloud computing being undertaken by its Institute of Computer and Communications Law – a rigorous academic undertaking, funded by industry to address a systemic challenge that has far-reaching consequences for providers of cloud services, as well as their users, whether individual, corporate or public sector.

By bringing academia and practice together, CCLS has become a world leader in commercial law research. Proof positive that a diversity of ideas fosters academic excellence and helps us achieve the previously unthinkable.

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