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Intellectual Property Law Seminar 2021: Copyright, Patents and Trade Marks – live webinar 3 June 2021
The Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market is due for implementation on 7 June. Attendees at this live webinar will hear an outline of the main issues and implications for copyright holders together with a panel discussion from leading experts. Also covered will be recent patent cases on preliminary injunction and a practical update on handling unauthorised on-line trade mark use disputes.
Chairperson, speakers and panelists:
 
Deirdre Kilroy, Chair Intellectual Property & Data Protection Law Committee, Partner Matheson Solicitors, Dublin
 
Colette Brady, Partner William Fry Solicitors, Dublin
Dr Mark Hyland, Law Society IMRO Adjunct Professor of Intellectual Property
Aoife Murphy, Partner Whitney Moore Solicitors, Dublin; member of Intellectual Property & Data Protection Law Committee
Alistair Payne, Principal Acuatus Intellectual Property & Technology Law, Dublin; member of Intellectual Property & Data Protection Law Committee
 
Date Thursday 3 June 2021
 
Time 2.00pm to 5.00pm
 
Venue Online webinar with Q&A via zoom
 
Fee€186
 
Discounted* Fee €160
 
CPD Hours3 hours General (By eLearning)
 
Aim and Objectives
The Aims and objectives are to update practitioners in recent developments in intellectual property law. The seminar includes an opportunity to hear a discussion of the implications of the Copyright Directive in the Digital Single Market from a panel of experts in the area. There is also an update in patent case law and a practical guide to handling unauthorised on-line trade mark use disputes. The seminar is relevant to all practitioners who have involvement in intellectual property law.
 
Topics include
 
•Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market: An outline of the main issues and the implications for copyright holders arising from implementation on 7 June;
Patents: recent Irish cases on preliminary injunction
•Trade Marks: practical update on handling unauthorised on-line Trade Mark Use Disputes:
•unauthorised on-line trade mark use and dispute resolution strategies;
•Example cases: (a) unauthorised key word advertising; (b) fake commercial website; (c) fraudulent social media handle use.
•The future of on-line trade mark disputes under the proposed European “Digital Services Act”
 
Learning Outcomes
On completion of the seminar participants will have a knowledge and awareness of:
•the main issues and implications arising from the implementation of the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market;
•recent Irish patent cases on preliminary injunction, and
•how to handle unauthorised on-line trade mark use disputes.
 
To book your place please click Intellectual Property Law Seminar 2021, or contact a member of the Finuas Skillnet Team for more information. 
Email: Finuas Skillnet@lawsociety.ie
Tel: 01 881 5727
 
 
 
*Law Society Finuas Skillnet members
 
 
 
 
 
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