I am grateful and honoured to be a panellist at this event, where IP personalities - including members of the judiciary, academics and policy makers - will be discussing highly topical recent developments.
I will be presenting on recent EU copyright developments, and orphan works & extended collective licensing. I will be also attending the following sessions, as per the latest draft programme:
On my return, I am conducting a Post-Fordham Catch-Up Event, for which you can register here. This event, which will take place in Central London on 6 May from 1600 to 1800 (BST), will be limited to 20 participants, so to provide copyright enthusiasts with the opportunity to discuss fully the present and future of copyright in the EU and US, as well as related challenges. Registration is £48 (three spaces are being held for students at £16). A further event will be held if there is sufficient demand.• EU Copyright: Recent Developments;
• Copyright Reform: U.S., EU and other Countries;
• Fair Use & Freedom of Speech;
• Orphan Works and Extended Collective Licensing;
• U.S. Copyright: Recent Developments;
• Public Performance (including Aereo).