The protection of IP in the Information Age - conference


Subject: The protection of IP in the Information Age - conference
From: Emanuella Giavarra (ecup.secr@dial.pipex.com)
Date: ma 11 touko  1998 - 15:16:24 EEST


THE PROTECTION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
IN THE INFORMATION AGE

4 - 6 JULY 1998
in MAASTRICHT, THE NETHERLANDS

This seminar will present the participants with core issues in the
current debate on intellectual property law. The primary objective is
to give participants a better understanding of the developments and
legislative initiatives in intellectual property law resulting from
the new technical and technological innovations.

TOPICS:
Modern Challenges to Intellectual Property Law
Copyright and Contract in the Online Environment
Copyright - 5 International Instruments
Draft Copyright Directive Proposal
Trade Marks - Dilution in the USA and Europe
Trade Marks - Recent ECJ Cases
New EU Initiatives
Designs and Utility Models
Patents - Biotechnology
Databases
Software - Implementation of the Software Directive

LECTURERS INCLUDE:
Prof. Adolf Dietz, Max-Planck-Institute in Munich, Germany;
Prof. Charles Gielen of the University of Groningen, the Netherlands;
Prof. Willem Grosheide of the University of Utrecht, the Netherlands;
Prof. Hugh Hansen of Fordham University School of Law, New York, USA;
Prof. Adrian Sterling of Queen Mary and Westfield College, University
of London, UK; Prof. Alain Strowel, Saint-Louis University of
Brussels, Belgium.

LANGUAGE:
English

TARGET GROUP:
Practising lawyers, government officials, academics, (graduate)
students and others with a keen and growing interest in intellectual
and industrial property law.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
 Contact the course co-ordinator at: carolina@amsu.edu

Caroline Janssens
The Amsterdam-Maastricht Summer University
P.O. Box 53066
1007 RB Amsterdam
The Netherlands
tel: + 31 20 6200225
fax: + 31 20 6249368
email: carolina@amsu.edu
       office@amsu.edu



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