IP Law in Practice: The Implications of Avoiding Mediation in IP Disputes

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

1-4 Suffolk Street

London

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 27, March will be on 'the Costs and Implications of Avoiding Mediation in IP Disputes', and will be led by Ian Silcock, IP Barrister, Hardwicke.

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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The University of Notre Dame's London Global Gateway is active year-round with intellectual and cultural activities including graduate and undergraduate classes, faculty seminars, conferences, workshops, debates and book launches.

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