The Centre for IP Studies (“CIPS”) at National Law University Jodhpur (India) organised a ‘Two-Day Workshop on Patent Facilitation’ on 26 and 27 September 2020. The purpose of the workshop was primarily to introduce the basics of Indian patent law, including substantive requirements, procedure, filing etc to the participants. Naina was invited as a keynote speaker [...]
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Lucius Klobučník, “Ex post liability relief as a misguided approach to encouraging new online music services in Europe”, European Intellectual Property Review (EIPR), 42 (7), August 2020.
Tamar Khuchua published the article 'Facing the 'Bad Faith' - The Challenges and Tools to Combat Blocking Strategies of the Firms in the EU Trade Mark Law' in the Nordic Journal of European Law (NJEL). >> Read more
On 20 November 2019, Vicente Zafrilla Díaz-Marta participated in the conference “The PhD: a career option” at Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (Madrid). At this occasion, the ESR had the opportunity to explain some of his insights regarding his experience as an international PhD, to share some practical advice on how to look for and obtain a [...]
Lucius Klobučník, EIPIN-IS ESR 15, taught classes within the course “Law and the Internet” at the Faculty of Law, University of Eastern Finland. Lectures were also streamed live to students at the University of Turku and covered topics such as digital music licensing, collective management of copyright in digital era, intermediary liability and the Digital Single [...]
Lucius Klobučník, EIPIN-IS ESR 15, won the EPIP Young Scholar Award 2019 for the best paper submitted by PhD students to the European Policy for Intellectual Property (EPIP) conference. The EPIP 14th Annual Conference took place at the ETH in Zurich in September 2019. The working paper with preliminary title “Comparative Analysis of DSP Liability Regimes [...]