Ownership and Control of Intellectual Property Rights (London, United Kingdom - November 5, 2018)

  • ID: 4495359
  • Conference
  • Location: London, United Kingdom
  • 1 Day
  • Falconbury Ltd
  • Conference Dates: November 5, 2018
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There are a variety of different types of intellectual property that can be very confusing…

This course is designed to get you up-to-speed on the main types of intellectual property: what they are, how to protect and exploit your own intellectual property and how to avoid infringing someone else’s. It is a perfect one-day primer designed to make you feel a mini-expert in each of the different species of intellectual property rights in both practical and commercial terms, as well as arming you with the ability to look up further questions yourself by familiarising you with the main legislation and case law.

By attending this seminar you will:

  • Understand the different types of intellectual property and how you can make the most of them for your business
  • Learn how to protect your intellectual property rights
  • Get-to-grips with the latest law and practice and how it affects you
  • Be aware of how useful trademarks can be in building your brand
  • Gain new ideas and perspectives on how to exploit your intellectual property rights

*Please note, events may be cancelled due to commercial or organisational reasons. In this case Research and Markets will refund all registration fees which have already been paid. Research and Markets will not refund any charges arising from the participant having to cancel or re-book transportation or accommodation which he or she has arranged.

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Copyright

  • Basics of copyright
  • Existence, ownership and infringement
    • Is a work capable of copyright protection?
    • Is the work in a ‘fixed’ form?
    • Does the work qualify for UK copyright protection?
    • Is the work still protected by copyright?
    • Who is the owner of the copyright?
    • Will copyright be infringed?
  • Primary infringement
  • Secondary infringement
    • Are there any defences to infringement?
    • What remedies are available?
  • Civil remedies
  • Criminal remedies
  • International considerations
    • Berne Convention
    • Universal Copyright Convention
  • Exploiting copyright
    • Assignment
    • Licensing

Moral Rights

  • Types of moral rights
  • Moral rights relating to copyright works

Database rights

  • Is it a database?
  • Does the database qualify for protection?
  • Who is the owner of the right?
  • How long does the right last?
  • What protection does the right give the owner?
  • Are there any defences to infringement?
  • What remedies are available?

Design rights

  • Registered design rights
    • Is a design capable of registration?
    • Registering a design
    • Infringement
    • Dealing with registered design rights
  • Unregistered design rights
    • Requirements for an unregistered design right
    • Overlap between copyright and design rights
    • Infringement
    • Dealing with unregistered design rights
    • Semiconductor topography rights
  • EU Design rights (registered and unregistered)

Patents

  • Legal framework
  • Is an invention patentable?
  • Applying for a UK patent
  • Applying for a patent under the EPC
  • Applying for a patent under the PCT
  • Infringement
  • Dealing with patents
  • Where is the Unitary Patent?

Trade marks

  • Is a mark capable of registration?
  • Registering a trade mark
  • Protecting a trade mark
  • Revocation and invalidity
  • Dealing with trade marks
  • Trade mark searches
  • Other types of registrable marks
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  • Mark Weston Mr Mark Weston,
    Partner ,
    Hill Dickinson


    Mark Weston is a partner at Hill Dickinson having joined the firm on 1st February 2016 as Head of Information Technology, Intellectual Property and Commercial (London). Mark joined the firm from Matthew Arnold & Baldwin LLP where for 12 years he was a partner and Head of the Commercial, Intellectual Property and Information Technology Group, before which he spent several years at Baker & McKenzie. Mark’s practice covers both non-contentious and contentious matters in all areas of commercial law, intellectual property law, information technology law, Internet, electronic commerce and on-line services law. He specialises in commercial and tech issues.

    He has extensive experience in-house, having been seconded in the past to Hewlett Packard and new technology companies. His practice covers all sorts of commercial areas (including franchising) as well as extensive IT niches including advising clients regarding hardware and software issues (including SaaS, cloud, development, licensing, maintenance and distribution), solutions for and methods of transacting on the Internet, electronic commerce, including B2B, B2C and B2G, S-commerce and M-Commerce, social media, strategies to minimise or maximise liability and carry out compliance audits, outsourcing, facilities management, procurement, company IT policies and data protection (privacy) issues. He also has experience in IT litigation (and different alternative dispute resolution techniques).

    Mark is Chairman of the Society for Computers & Law (North London and Home Counties Region), Chairman of the Intellectual Property Interest Group of Lawnet and is a premier member of the Eurojuris Intellectual Property Panel. Mark writes various books on his specialist topics and is an editor and contributor of several publications and articles and lectures at numerous commercial, IP and IT related conferences and training programmes.

    Finally, Mark appears regularly on BBC1 (usually providing advice on-screen to BBC Watchdog) and also on Sky News as a legal commentator.

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This programme has been specifically designed for those who deal with or come across intellectual property:

  • In-house lawyers
  • Private practice lawyers
  • Commercial managers
  • Business development managers
  • In-house patent lawyers
  • Company secretaries
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ADDRESS

De Vere Holborn Bars
138 - 142 Holborn
London, EC1N 2NQ
London
EC1N 2NQ
United Kingdom


DIRECTIONS

Rail
The nearest tube is Chancery Lane on the Central Line.
When leaving the station take exit 2 and the entrance to Holborn Bars is locaed approximately 50 metre ahead in the large red brick building.

Road
From London Waterloo there are two bus services available, Bus 341 and Bus 521 (only Mon-Fri)
Alighting at Holborn Circus bus stop will ensure you are opposite the entrance to Holborn Bars

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