|Who knows what |
will happen to copyright?
Quite a lot has been happening in the copyright world lately, whether at the national, regional (eg EU) and international levels.
The 1709 Blog has learned that also this year (on 28 and 29 November 2016, to be more specific) 'International Copyright Law' returns to London, with a special discount for 1709 Blog readers.
As explained by the organisers:
"International Copyright Law is the only conference of its kind which deals with International Copyright law policies and cases in a two-day event format.
Punchy, comprehensive and entertaining.... you won’t find a better standard of conference. We pride ourselves on being THE forum for you to meet your peers, hear the latest in this fast paced and often complex area and enjoy a higher level of debate to really challenge the accepted industry norms!
All of the latest hot topics covered - key sessions include:
· Intermediary Liability on the Internet
· Copyright Infringement Remedies
· The Digital Single Market
· Recent UK and CJEU Decisions
· Fighting Online Piracy
· The UK & EU Landscape post Brexit
· UK, US & Asia Focus
· Copyright & Competition Law
· WIPO International Developments
PLUS, are you prepared for the Digital Single Market and Brexit?
The European Commission has just released its proposed initiatives on EU copyright reform as part of the Digital Single Market strategy. With the legal implications of Brexit on everybody's radar, it is vital to keep on top of the latest issues and developments.
Join us at International Copyright Law 2016 to ensure you are fully equipped and to tackle the Digital Single Market and Brexit head on.
Benefit from the insights of Copyright experts from leading international organisations and law firms including:
· Sony/ATV Music Publishing
· Endemol UK Limited
· Taylor Wessing
· Serle Court, London
· The Educational Recording Agency
Learn more, view the latest agenda and speaker line-up and register today at http://www.ibclegal.com/FKW82677SON - quote VIP code FKW82677SON to save 10% courtesy of 1709 Blog."
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