IP Law in Practice: Patent Cases Explained - A Judge's Viewpoint

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University of Notre Dame (U.S.A.) in England

1-4 Suffolk Street

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SW1Y 4HG

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The University of Notre Dame Law School in London is launching a new series on Intellectual Property Law, open to both Notre Dame students and UK IP practicioners.

The session on Wednesday, 6 March will include a talk from Sir Richard Arnold J. on 'Patent Cases Explained - A Judge's Viewpoint'. The session will address the approach to examination in chief and cross-examination for a case comprising claim form, particulars of claim, defence, witness statements of claimants and defendants, and some authorities in a copyright infringement action.

There is limited space available, and registration must be completed prior to the event.

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University of Notre Dame (U.S.A.) in England

1-4 Suffolk Street

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SW1Y 4HG

United Kingdom

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