The Centre for Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition (CIIPC) at National Law University Delhi and the Centre for Protection of Intellectual Property (CPIP) at George Mason University, Washington D.C . invite you to a Conference titled: “Back to Basics: The Role of Property in the IP System ” on March 22-23, 2018 at National Law University Delhi.
This conference will explore whether stable and effective property rights in innovation and creativity secure both moral and economic values for a flourishing society.
By examining the doctrinal implications of IP, the contributions of patents, copyrights, and trade secrets to the innovation and creative industries, and the intersection of antitrust and IP law, the conference will showcase the critical role effective property rights may play in building and sustaining a successful IP framework.
The conference promises to be an exciting event with six distinct and well-curated panels for students, academics, academically minded practitioners, regulators and those involved in public policy. The final list of speakers will be provided in the due course.
Please drop in an email to: email@example.com on or before 28th February 2018.
There are no registration fees for attending the conference. However, kindly note that only limited seats are available.
This conference features the following panels:
Day 1: 22nd March, 2018:
- Panel 1 Why Intellectual Property is a Property Right and Why
- Panel 2: Intellectual Property as a Property Doctrine
- Panel 3: The Innovation Industries: The Value of Patents & Trade Secrets
- Panel 4: The Creative Industries: The Value of Copyrights
- Dinner Keynote
Day 2: 23rd March 2018:
- Panel 5: Intellectual Property & Competition Policy
- Panel 6: Intellectual Property, Innovation, and Economic Growth
- Closing Lunch Keynote
Feel free to drop in an email to Ms. Shrinkhala Jaiswal (Research Fellow) firstname.lastname@example.org for any further queries that you may have.
For details, visit the official website link given here.
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19 Feb 2018
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