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VIPs, open innovation and trade mark judges: what’s on this week

Managing IP lists the IP-related decisions, conferences and meetings taking place this week

Monday 15

LES Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada until Wednesday.

Tuesday 16

The General Court of the Court of Justice of the EU rules in Monier Roofing Components v OHMI (CLIMA COMFORT).

Wednesday October 17

The EPO holds a meeting of the Technical and Operational Support Committee in Munich.

WIPO hosts an inter-sessional meeting on Limitations and Exceptions for Visually Impaired Persons/Persons with Print Disabilities in Geneva until Friday.

The Work Foundation holds a seminar on open innovation in London.

The General Court of the Court of Justice of the EU rules in MIP Metro v OHMI – J. C. Ribeiro (MISS B).

The UCL Institute of Brand and Innovation Law (IBIL) and Marques hosts a evening to “question the trade mark judges” in London with Lord Justice Kitchin, Allan James of the UK IPO, barrister and appointed person Daniel Alexander and Konrad Schiemann.

Thursday October 18

The Court of Justice of the EU rules in the joined cases Neuman and Galdeano del Sel v Baena Grup and Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market v Baena Grupo; and in Football Dataco and Others (relating to database protection).

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