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MIP IP Enforcement Forum 2016 - Overview

October 5, Le Meridien Piccadilly, London










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Managing IP is pleased to announce the MIP IP Enforcement Forum, taking place in London on October 5.

With the global intellectual property landscape undergoing a number of significant
changes, combined with the ever increasing number of infringements of intellectual
property rights, it is essential to think about adjusting your enforcement strategies.

The inaugural MIP IP Enforcement Forum 2016 will be looking to the future of your
IP protection. It will focus on: the implications of the new EU Trade Mark Directive;
the future of IP in the digital world; and where design protection is heading given
recent landmark decisions in the UK and US. The online domain will be addressed,
with considerations of control versus consumer power when tackling the growing
problem of IP infringement, and counterfeit goods.

  • Examine the implications of the new Trade Mark Directive in the short-medium term
  • Discuss the practical implications of the Trunki case
  • Understand how to implement an effective anti-counterfeiting programme in your organisation
  • Debate the growing importance of trade secrets and how you should be treating them
  • Listen to strategies to monitor your mobile market and social media to limit infringements
  • Join analysis on registered and unregistered trade marks

Registration is now open - confirm your place online



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