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Managing IP lists the IP meetings, decisions and events taking place this week

Monday May 21

Hearing begins in Samsung Electronics (UK) Limited and Anr v Apple Inc at the Court of Appeal in London.

WIPO’s Standing Committee on the Law of Patents (eighteenth session) meets from Monday to Friday in Geneva.

OHIM hosts the 7th Trade Marks Liaison meeting between OHIM officials and representatives of EU national IP offices in Alicante.

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RT @EIP_Elements: Classic discalced Jeremy begins final talk of the day. Is there a Big Picture? #jiplp10

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Jeremy Phillips gets the last word at #jiplp10 before he retires from IP. Here's some of his speech...

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Stefano Barazza on patents, Marius Schneider on enforcement & Darren Smyth @EIP_Elements on 🇨🇭 claims at #jiplp10

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