FICPI SEMINAR SERIES 2019
Please register for a special FICPI Seminar on Monday 25 November on a range of highly relevant topics, to be presented by an international panel of leading members of FICPI:
- Protecting IP attorneys’ advice from forcible disclosure in litigation
(Doug Deeth, Canada, Immediate Past President of FICPI)
- Patenting Inventions in the Field of Artificial Intelligence
(Brett Slaney, Canada, Chair of FICPI CET 6 “Software, High-Tech, and Computer Related Issues”)
- Conflicting Applications and Double Patenting
(Michael Caine Australia, Vice President of FICPI’s Study & Work Committee (CET))
- Virtual Designs, Trade-dress and Trademarks – Mindful to Recent Changes
(Coleen Morrison, Canada, President of FICPI’s Study & Work Committee (CET))
FICPI, the International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys, is a global community of independent IP attorneys, which is built on trusted relationships between members in different countries and regions of the world. FICPI facilitates the sharing of information and experience between members to strengthen their practices. FICPI also represents the views of independent IP practitioners and their clients to international IP organisations and leading IP offices. Each year, a FICPI delegation meets with CNIPA to discuss matters of mutual interest and present FICPI’s latest resolutions and positions.
This year the FICPI delegation, led by Julian Crump (president) will visit CNIPA on Monday 25 November 2019. Afterwards, members of the delegation will give a seminar to which you are encouraged to register. As well as the above-mentioned presentations, there will be ample opportunity to meet with the FICPI delegation and to learn about FICPI and its activities.
For more information and registration, please contact: email@example.com.
The Seminar is open to FICPI members and non-members. Please distribute this information to other members of your firm who might be interested in hearing an international perspective on the above topics.