The University of Notre Dame Law School in London is launching a new lecture series in 2019 on Intellectual Property Law, open to both Notre Dame students and UK IP practitioners. Notre Dame Associate Professor, Mark Engelman, and Ian Silcock of Hardwicke will be taking part. Mark Engelman will facilitate the sessions, while Ian Silcock will examine “The Costs and Implications of Avoiding Mediation in IP Disputes”.
The courses will take place from January to April 2019 and the following topics will be covered:
- Client Interviewing – The Simon Carter Story: Presented by Simon Carter
- The Importance of Case Analysis: Presented by Geraldine Andrews J. – Judge of the High Court
- Drafting and Opinion Writing: The Golden Thread – Presented by Damian Falkowski, Barrister of Essex Court
- Patent Cases Explained: A Judge’s Viewpoint – Presented by Mr Justice Arnold J.
- The Costs and Implications of Avoiding Mediation in IP Disputes: Presented by Ian Silcock, Barrister of Hardwicke
- Ethics and the Conditional Fee Agreement: A US Perspective: Presented by Anthony Tridico, Managing Partner of US Firm – Finnegan
To view the full programme including dates and timings, and to book places, please click here.