The aim of “The IPThink-Tank” is to focus on different aspects of intellectual property rights. It aims at providing a platform for enthusiasts and supports a variety of other activities for the same, including opportunities to be guided by Intellectual Property Law luminaries, obtains insights towards intellectual property career decisions, and enrich themselves in various topics pertaining to Intellectual Property (IP) through continuous research, discussion & allied activities.
ABOUT THE WEBINAR
They are organizing Online Workshop on World IP Day in order to discuss Intellectual Property Issues in the 21stCentury to celebrate World IP Day.
THEMES AND SPEAKERS
Innovation For Green Future – Mr. Subhatosh Majumdar, Founder, S.Majumdar & Co.
Inadequacy of IP laws to incorporate growth of Artificial Intelligence – Mr. Utsab Banerjee, Manager, Cognizant Technology Solutions
Copyright and the Music Industry – Mr. Ayan Roy Chowdhury, VP, Saregama India Ltd.
Disparagement in the 21stCentury: Pressing Concern – Mr. Dinesh Jotwani, Co-managing Partner, at Jotwani Associates.
Future of IP Commercialization Post Covid-19 Pandemic – Mr. Sumantra Mukherjee, Director, KPMG.
MODERATORS OF THE EVENT
Dr. Pinaki Ghosh, MHRD, IP Chair Professor, West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata.
Dr. Jayanta Ghosh, Research Fellow, Centre for Regulatory Studies, Governance and Public Policy,West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata.
The participants need to log in 10 mins prior to the event.
In order to attend the event, attendees need to mandatorily register through this link.
Note: There is no registration fees.
Online Webinar Date: 26th April 2020, 11:00 – 14:00 Hrs.
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