On Thursday 1o September, the Union of European Practitioners in Intellectual Property held their Union Dinner at the Royal Overseas League. The
State Taste of the Union Address was given by IP Hall of Fame Inductee, Professor Jeremy Phillips, and the cost for the dinner and talk was 69 pounds a head, with discounts to 44 quid for members. That’s a 420 NIS cover charge discounted to 250 NIS. I reckon that this was extraordinary value for money for dinner and a chance to hear Professor Jeremy Phillips, who is the founder of Managing Intellectual Property (MIP), the IPKAT and much more besides.
The dinner was a last chance to hear Professor Phillips who is planning on full retirement from all IP interests, including lecturing, his editorship of Marques and of the Oxford Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice.
Jeremy’s talk was titled “IP in 2015 – Where we are and where I thought we’d be”.
At great expense, I have managed to persuade Professor Phillips to give a repeat performance in Israel on 7th October 2015 at Sin City, Jerusalem.
The event, including buffet style refreshments, wines and beer, is fully subsidized to IP practitioners of all kinds, legal and cowboy, examiners, judges, clients, patent attorneys, lawyers, paralegals and the like. Places are limited however, and are filling up fast. If you’d like to attend, please register here.
When: 7 October 2015; 5 PM to 7 PM Add to Calendar