D&I webinaari – Disputes for Breakfast

D&I Event

D&I:n Intellectual Property Fights -webinaarisarjamme ensimmäisessä osassa on tarjolla rautaisannos ajankohtaistietoutta markkinaoikeuden, KHO:n ja KKO:n hiljattain käsittelemistä IPR-riidoista. Suuntaamme myös katseemme IPR-riitojen ratkaisuun keskeisesti vaikuttaviin kehityssuuntiin ja ilmiöihin:

  • Ajankohtaiskatsaus IPR-riitoihin – mitä uutta opimme?
  • Uutta patenttiriidoissa: UPC tulee, oletko valmis?
  • IPR-riitoihin vaikuttavat tulevaisuuden trendit

Puhujina ovat D&I:n Partner Helen Lehto, Partner Juli Mansnérus, Senior Associate Charlotta Bonsdorff ja Associate Saara Heinonen.

Tervetuloa mukaan!

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