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AIPPI Congress, AIPLA Meeting: what’s on this week

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

Saturday October 20

AIPPI World Intellectual Property Congress in Seoul until October 23. Managing IP will be reporting from the Congress and co-publishing the AIPPI Congress news.

Monday October 22

INTA begins to host a series of lunchtime talks across the US on Trademark Protection under Madrid and OHIM.

Tuesday October 23

The EPO’s Budget & Finance Committee meets in Munich on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Thursday October 25

AIPLA Annual Meeting in Washington, DC until Saturday. Managing IP will be reporting from the Meeting and co-publishing the AIPLA Daily Report.

The EPO’s Administrative Council meets in Munich until Friday.

The Court of Justice of the EU rules in Rintisch, in a case relating to the use of a trade mark in a form different from that in which it was registered.

The General Court of the Court of Justice of the EU rules in riha v OHMI – Lidl Stiftung (VITAL&FIT) and Automobili Lamborghini v OHMI – Miura Martínez (Miura).

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Rouse’s new chief of operations and the firm’s CEO tell Managing IP why they think private equity backing will help it conquer Europe
Brian Landry, partner at Saul Ewing, reveals how applicants can prosecute patent applications in the wake of the Federal Circuit's In re Cellect ruling
Ronelle Geldenhuys of Australia’s Foundry IP considers the implications complex computer technologies such as AI have on decision-making