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posted 29 Nov 2010 15:57 by Jane Lambert   [ updated 30 Nov 2010 05:06 ]


A seminar on the the new Patents County Court Rules and Practice

Thursday, 6 Jan 2011
14:00 - 17:15
CPD 3 Hours SRA

Gumption Centres
Glydegate
Bradford
BD5 0BG

Tel 0800 862 0055
www.nipc-training.co.uk

Fee £120 + VAT
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posted 7 Oct 2010 11:36 by Jane Lambert   [ updated 7 Oct 2010 12:11 ]

Patently Successful


Our Introduction to IP Course at Morgan Cole got off to a flying start yesterday
Attendees included a competition and commercial


lawyer from our hosts Morgan Cole, an in-house
legal advisor from the medical technology industry
and a local patent attorney.

Our 3 hour seminar on copyright and related rights
planned for 13 Oct between 14:00 and 17:15
promises to be even better.

SRA CPD accreditation 3 hours.
Only £120 + VAT.

Speakers Jane Lambert and Peter Groves.

Click here for more info on the course.
Click here for more info on the copyright module.


Groves joins Speakers' Panel

posted 23 Aug 2010 07:52 by Jane Lambert   [ updated 4 Sep 2010 03:25 ]

Solicitor, blogger, writer, podcaster and runner Peter Groves has just joined NIPC's list of speakers.

Groves is a consultant at CJ Jones Solicitors LLP and heads their IP and IT Law Department.

He also keeps the excellent IPso Jure Blog, contributes to the Solo Independent IP Practitioners blog, manages the IPso Jure group on Linkedin, lectures for Central Law Training and Quorum, distributes monthly podcasts on IP and technology law and his Dictionary of Intellectual Property Law will be published shortly by Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

Writing in the Solo Independent IP Practitioners blog on 6 June 2010, Professor Jeremy Phillips remarked:

"Our esteemed SOLO IP colleague Peter Groves is far too modest to blow his own trumpet on this weblog, but the information below (largely reproduced from a recent post on the IPKat weblog) looks like good news for IP practitioners who do not work for large practices or for companies with the resources to send them off to fancy conferences and seminars in order to satisfy continuing professional development (CPD) requirements.

In short, IP practitioners in the UK can secure CPD credits by listening to a monthly podcast and completing a short multichoice questionnaire. The IPso Jure Lawcast is produced each month by Peter, a solicitor with nearly 30 years’ experience in the field and the author of several books and many articles, covering the important developments affecting practitioners in England."

Peter and I will be presenting the Introduction to IP course at Morgan Cole in Oxford on 6, 13, 20 and 27 October. He will also join me at Portsmouth to give the IP Foundation Course in Portsmouth on 28 September 2010.



Introduction to Designs: 27 Oct 2010

posted 23 Aug 2010 07:31 by Jane Lambert   [ updated 5 Sep 2010 01:55 ]

14:00 - 17:15  CPD 3 Hours SRA 
(£120 + VAT per module or £400 + VAT for course)

Speakers: Jane Lambert and Peter Groves

Venue Morgan Cole, Buxton Court, 3 West Way, Oxford, OX2 0SZ

One of the modules in our Introduction to IP Course at Morgan Cole.This course is intended to equip the solicitor or barrister who does not claim expertise in intellectual property law with the basics to represent a party to an infringement claim or negotiate a licence or distribution agreement. It will therefore be useful not only to a general or commercial practitioner or litigator but also to someone who intends to specialize in intellectual property but has not yet had much experience of the work.

The designs module will discuss functional and decorative designs and will explain how these are protected by design registration and unregistered design right. It will outline the Paris and Hague  Conventions. It will trace the history of design protection in the UK since the 19th century to explain the complexities of modern design law. It will cover Community design registration, the copyright and design overlap, unregistered Community designs, IPO and OHIM practice and enforcement in the Patents and Patents County Courts. It will also mention licences including licences of right.  For more details see our programme below..

Book on-line to secure your place right now through Eventbrite (note Eventbrite charges a small additional booking fee) complete this form or download our brochure.

Contact us to find out more.

Introduction to Trade Marks: 20 Oct 2010

posted 23 Aug 2010 07:05 by Jane Lambert   [ updated 5 Sep 2010 01:55 ]

14:00 - 17:15  CPD 3 Hours SRA 
(£120 + VAT per module or £400 + VAT for course)

Speakers: Jane Lambert and Peter Groves

Venue Morgan Cole, Buxton Court, 3 West Way, Oxford, OX2 0SZ

One of the modules in our Introduction to IP Course at Morgan Cole.This course is intended to equip the solicitor or barrister who does not claim expertise in intellectual property law with the basics to represent a party to an infringement claim or negotiate a licence or distribution agreement. It will therefore be useful not only to a general or commercial practitioner or litigator but also to someone who intends to specialize in intellectual property but has not yet had much experience of the work.

The trade mark module considers what is a trade mark and what does it do? It offers an overview of law of passing off. It discusses UK and Community trade marks, classes of goods and services and specifications, TRIPS, the Paris Convention and Madrid Protocol, the Trade Marks Directive and Community trade mark regulation, enforcement and licensing.   See the programme below.

Book on-line to secure your place right now through Eventbrite (note Eventbrite charges a small additional booking fee) complete this form or download our brochure.

Contact us to find out more.

Introduction to Copyrights and Related Rights: 13 Oct 2010

posted 23 Aug 2010 06:48 by Jane Lambert   [ updated 5 Sep 2010 01:54 ]

14:00 - 17:15  CPD 3 Hours SRA 
(£120 + VAT per module or £400 + VAT for course)

Speakers: Jane Lambert and Peter Groves

Venue Morgan Cole, Buxton Court, 3 West Way, Oxford, OX2 0SZ

One of the modules in our Introduction to IP Course at Morgan Cole.This course is intended to equip the solicitor or barrister who does not claim expertise in intellectual property law with the basics to represent a party to an infringement claim or negotiate a licence or distribution agreement. It will therefore be useful not only to a general or commercial practitioner or litigator but also to someone who intends to specialize in intellectual property but has not yet had much experience of the work.

The copyright and related rights module will cover economic rights and moral rights, rights in performances, publication rights, artists’ resale rights, database rights, design rights and unregistered Community designs, qualification, TRIPS, Berne and Universal Copyright Conventions, Rome Convention and WIPO Treaties, enforcement, iicensing, licensing Schemes and Copyright Tribunal. See the programme below.

Book on-line to secure your place right now through Eventbrite (note Eventbrite charges a small additional booking fee) complete this form or download our brochure.

Contact us to find out more.

Introduction to Patents: 6 Oct 2010

posted 23 Aug 2010 05:35 by Jane Lambert   [ updated 5 Sep 2010 01:53 ]


14:00 - 17:15  CPD 3 Hours SRA 
(£120 + VAT per module or £400 + VAT for course)

Speakers: Jane Lambert and Peter Groves

Venue Morgan Cole, Buxton Court, 3 West Way, Oxford, OX2 0SZ

One of the modules in our Introduction to IP Course at Morgan Cole.This course is intended to equip the solicitor or barrister who does not claim expertise in intellectual property law with the basics to represent a party to an infringement claim or negotiate a licence or distribution agreement. It will therefore be useful not only to a general or commercial practitioner or litigator but also to someone who intends to specialize in intellectual property but has not yet had much experience of the work.

The Patents module will cover basic terminology, concept of a patent, policy behind patenting, the WTO Agreement and TRIPS, Paris Convention and PCT, European Patent Convention, the Intellectual Property Office ("IPO") and European Patent Office ("EPO"), application procedure in the IPO and EPO and under the PCT, supplementary protection certificates, enforcement. construction of claims, revocation. Patents and Patents County Court procedure, licences and assignments, licences of right and compulsory licensing. See the programme below.

Book on-line to secure your place right now through Eventbrite (note Eventbrite charges a small additional booking fee) complete this form or download our brochure.

Contact us to find out more.

Introduction to IP: Morgan Cole Oxford 2010

posted 23 Aug 2010 05:27 by Jane Lambert   [ updated 4 Oct 2010 16:13 ]

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NIPC and IPso Jure

- Patents 6 Oct 2010
All modules start at 14:00 and end at 17:15.

CPD 12 Hours SRA (3 hours per module)
£400 + VAT for course (£120 + VAT per module)

Portsmouth Foundation Course

posted 22 Aug 2010 16:21 by Jane Lambert   [ updated 5 Sep 2010 01:57 ]

Tuesday, 28 September 2010 13:00 - 16:15

We shall present our first IP Foundation Course in the South at

Portsmouth Enterprise Centre
Quartremaine Road
Portsmouth

CPD 3 Hours SRA

£25 + VAT (Book on-line with Eventbrite to be sure of your place for a small supplemental fee), complete our application form or download our brochure  More

Bradford Foundation Course

posted 3 Aug 2010 16:23 by Jane Lambert   [ updated 23 Aug 2010 14:21 ]

Wedneday 22 Sep 2010  14:00 - 17:15

For the third year running we are starting the new legal year with the IP Foundation Course at

Glyde House
Glydegate
Bradford


CPD  3 Hours SRA

£25 + VAT
To be sure of your place book on-line now with Eventrite upon payment of a small supplemental booking fee. You can also download our brochure, fill it in and post it to us with your cheque or you can complete our on-line application form and we will invoice you.

 

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