RSC Law Seminar

IP Law Case Seminar
Science Room
Burlington House
London W1J 0BA

9th November 2017

Introduction
The ninth Royal Society of Chemistry Law Group’s annual and highly popular seminar focused on recent high profile intellectual property law developments in the field of chemistry, in the UK and at the European Patent Office, including the UK Supreme Court's recent and important Actavis v Eli Lilly decision.

Registration for the seminar opened at 1pm. The seminar took place from 1.30 to 5pm and was followed by a networking drinks reception from 5 to 6pm. 

The Law Group held its annual general meeting prior to the seminar, at 11.30 am. All Law Group members are encouraged to attend. 

Registration Fees (now closed)
£75  RSC member
£90  Non-member
£20  RSC student member

Bright Events Conferences is grateful to Maggi Churchouse who provided online registration services for this eventMaggi Churchouse formerly provided secretariat services services to the RSC Law Group.

Programme
Session Chair - Jennifer Harris, Kilburn & Strode LLP
1.30pm-2pm
Recent chemical EPO decisions Part 1 - Oliver Rutt, Boult Wade Tennant
2pm-2.30pm
Is there a future for SPC's A consideration of the current legal and political challenges - Nicole Jadeja, Fieldfisher
2.30pm-3pm
Update from the US - Anthony Tredico, Finnegan
3pm-3.30pm
Refreshments
3.30pm-4pm
Actavis v Eli Lilly - Mark Engelman, Hardwicke Chambers
4pm-4.30pm
Recent chemical EPO decisions Part 2 - Plausibility - Joseph Lenthall, Mewburn Ellis
4.30pm-5pm
Employee Compensation for Innovation - Robert Whittock, Hardwicke Chambers
5pm
Networking drinks reception

The Seminar presentations can be viewed here:
Employee Compensation for Innovation

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