Sales on EBay and keywords advertising are only few of the many issues affecting the protection of brands in the digital market.
Faced with dramatic technological advancements, companies need efficient tools to protect their trade marks, a vital commercial asset. Brand owners often seek to block the flow of online information by suing Internet service providers and intermediaries for using their trade marks and other Intellectual Property Rights. How to strike a balance between these rights and consumer choice? What are the legal remedies available? Have domestic and European courts found a satisfactory answer?
Our distinguished panel of speakers will discuss these interesting and contemporary pressing questions.
The Hon. Mr Justice Arnold (High Court of England and Wales)
Arty Rajendra (Head of Litigation, Rouse, London)
Frederick Mostert (Research Fellow, University of Oxford, former Chief IP Counsel, Richemont)
Welcome: Prof. Julian Davies (BPP University Law School)
Chair: Veronica Barresi (BPP University Law School)
BPP University, Law School, 137 Stamford Street, London, SE1 9NN
Waterloo Campus, Lecture Theatre