What's on week beginning February 11
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What's on week beginning February 11

Managing IP lists the IP-related trials and conferences taking place this week

Monday February 11

The Supreme Court in London begins a two-day hearing in the Meltwater case concerning the application of copyright law to content from newspapers’ websites (Public Relations Consultants Association Limited v the Newspaper Licensing Agency Limited and others).

Tuesday February 12

The AIPPI UK hosts a talk by Mr Justice Arnold on the Implementation of the Jackson Report's Recommendations in London.

Wednesday February 13

The UK IPO runs a webinar entitled Maximising your profits with IP.

Thursday February 14

INTA and the USPTO is hosting a lunch and roundtable in Portland, Oregon.

The EU is running a two-day conference on the Bioeconomy in the EU: achievements and directions for the future in Dublin.

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