UNION-IP Christmas Dinner Meeting - His Honour Judge Hacon
Thursday, 3 December 2015 from 18:00 to 21:30 (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
UNION-IP CHRISTMAS DINNER MEETING
Thursday 3 December 2015
Our speaker will be His Honour Judge Hacon
“The changing face of IP Litigation”
With IPEC now receiving international recognition for its work, our High Court announcing a new faster track route and the incipient UPC the topic of every other blog, litigators have never had more choice of venue – or maybe have never been more confused! His Honour Judge Hacon, calmly at the tiller of the IPEC, will give us his views on the changing face of IP litigation, against the usual Christmas dinner backdrop of crackers, hats and a convivial mood.
The Royal Overseas League, Overseas House, Park Place, St. James Street, London SW1A 1LR.
Drinks from 6 for 6.30pm dinner, address by the speaker at about 8pm and a general question and answer/discussion session to finish by no later than 9.30pm, with the bar remaining open for those wishing to continue discussions in an informal atmosphere.
1½ hours (unaccredited)
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Members: £44, Non-members: £69, First time attendees £35, in-house attendees £35
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The British Group of the Union-IP of European Practitioners in Intellectual Property hold regular dinner meetings in London with high profile speakers giving an address on issues of interest to IP practitioners and users. Further details of other UNION activities are on our website at www.union-eu.com. Please contact Steven Wake (address and phone number as above or email firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in becoming a member.