San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
What’s the CJEU said this time? A review of the latest SPC musings from Luxembourg
Speakers: Daniel Wise (Carpmaels & Ransford LLP), Michael Lubienski (UCB) and Edward Oates (Carpmaels & Ransford LLP)
Venue: Carpmaels & Ransford LLP, 1 Southampton Row, London, WC1B 5HA
The CJEU has continued its development of SPC law over recent months, issuing its long-awaited judgments in Forsgren (C-631/13) and Actavis v Boehringer (C-577/13). These decisions may have profound implications on the way in which active ingredients can be defined and protected by SPCs, particularly for complex biologic and combination products. This rapid response event with speakers from both private practice and industry will summarise the CJEU’s decisions and discuss their implications for the future.
Drinks will be served afterwards.
The course is directed at all levels of practitioners with an interest in intellectual property and will provide them with an understanding of these recent CJEU judgments and the current issues concerning SPCs.
Attendance is free for members and new applicants for membership. New membership applications are welcome – please see our website www.aippi.org.uk or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details. Junior membership costs £30 and normal membership is £110. The charge for non-members is £25, payable online at the time of registration.
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CPD available for SRA and IPReg and BSB: 1.5 hours. AIPPI United Kingdom is accredited under the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s and the Bar Standards Board’s CPD schemes. SRA accredited course (ref: DKV/AIPP). BSB accredited course (ref: 2064).