The final conference for international press, policy makers and industry representatives will be organized by Strasbourg University. Due to COVID-19, the date has not been set yet and will be communicated at a later stage.
Our ESR 8, Naina was invited to lecture at the 2020 Kraków IP Law Summer School held from 14 to 18 September 2020. This year’s theme for the summer school was ‘Quality of IPRs’ where Naina presented on the topic ‘Whether there could be a one-size-fits-all definition of Patent Quality?’. Naina also received a full grant [...]
On 10 September 2020, ESRs Niccolò Galli, Maurizio Crupi, and Tamar Khuchua, respectively reached the first, second and third places of the EPIP 2020 Young Scholar Award – Law section. EPIP, which stands for European Policy for Intellectual Property, is an international, independent, interdisciplinary, non-profit association of researchers that grew out of a network financed by the [...]
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
Fostering Innovation in Europe - Intellectual Property Policies and Law Webinar, 25 June 2020, organised by Maastricht University in collaboration with EUIPO. >> Download the Webinar programme here Last 25th of June the EIPIN IS researchers had the (online) opportunity to present some of their research findings and their practical implications to a wide audience composed [...]
The European Communities Trade Mark Association (ECTA) is a non-governmental professional association actively involved in promoting changes in the fields of Intellectual Property in Europe. Within this framework, the ECTA Award encourages academic research for the development of European trade mark, design, copyright, and geographical indication laws. The working paper titled ‘Innovating within Tradition: Are PDOs [...]
Our ESR Vicente Zafrilla Díaz-Marta presented his paper “Hybridization of Open Standardization Models: Typologies and Competition Law Concerns”, co-authored with Carlos Muñoz Ferrandis, at the ASCOLA conference, which took place (online) from the 25th to the 27th of June 2020. ASCOLA is one of the most reputed fora for competition law scholars and its conference is [...]
* CANCELLED DUE TO COVID 19 * 6th EIPIN-Innovation Society Congress, Munich 23-25 April 2020