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Intellectual Property Seminar Series Spring 2013

Date : Wed 23 Jan 13
Time : 5.30pm - 7pm
Location : Newman House 86 St Stephen's Green Dublin 2

The Return of Honest Concurrent Use

In C-482/09 BudÄ•jovický Budvar the Court of Justice re-introduced us to the concept of honest concurrent use. The expert panel will examine the possible relationship to the original Anglo-Irish concept and consider other possible implications for Irish trade mark law.


The Hon. Mrs Justice Macken (Chair)

Former judge of the Supreme Court and the Court of Justice of the European Union

Phillip Johnson

Associate Professor of Intellectual Property, UCD and Barrister (England and Ireland)

Simon Malynicz

Barrister (England), Three New Square and Counsel in BudÄ•jovický

Prices

Standard €100
UCD alumnus €75
Standard series €250
Series alumnus €200

Other Seminars in the Series

Who is my public? - 20th Feb 2013

In a series of recent judgments, including C-162/10 Irish PPL and C-135/10 SCF, the Court of Justice has set out the scope of the communication to the public and performance right. The expert panel will consider whether this clarifies the law or simply raises more questions.

Imelda Maher (Chair)
Sutherland Professor of European Law, UCD

Victor Finn
Chief Executive Officer, Irish Music Rights Organization

Florian Koempel
International Copyright Consultant to the British Copyright Council

Patenting Stem Cells—A wrong or A right? - 27th Mar 2013

The patenting of stem cells has been considered by the European Patent Office (G 2/06 WARF) and the Court of Justice (C-34/10 Brustle) so as to exclude many such inventions from patentability. Is it getting the morality balance right or will it just damage research?

Walter Kolch (Chair)
Professor of Molecular Cell Biology, UCD and Director Systems Biology Ireland & Conway Institute

The Hon. Mr Justice Roderick Murphy
Judge of the High Court and Member of Enlarged Board of Appeal of the European Patent Office

Deryck Beyleveld
Professor of Law and Bioethics and Head of School, University of Durham

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