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Standards, FRAND, NPEs and Injunctions conference – 15% discount

The UCL Institute for Brand and Innovation Law and Taylor Wessing are hosting a two-day conference on November 6 and 7 this year in London

Speakers include representatives of Ericsson, Nokia, Qualcomm, Philips, Microsoft, GE Healthcare, FTI Consulting, RIM and the OFT. Klaus-Heiner Lehne MEP will also be giving a keynote speech and there will be an international panel of judges.

The conference will address recent large scale patent battles between technology giants, and unpick these complex and fast moving patent issues around standards and FRAND that matter most to your business.

Managing IP is pleased to support the conference and readers can obtain a 15% discount on registration by inputting the code mip-2012 in the promotional code box when registering.

Full information and speaker details are available on the event website.

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