Reforming Intellectual Property Rights in Europe
June 15 2011
Passions run high as the European Union is about to overhaul its policy for the protection of intellectual property. In a recent proposal the European Commission has signaled how it wants to reform parts of its IPR policy, and selected members of the EU has launched a new initiative to establish a new system for patents in Europe. Are these initiatives on the right track? Have priority been given to areas which need reform?
You are cordially invited to a lunch briefing by Fredrik Erixon, Director of ECIPE and author of Value for Money: Getting Europe’s Trade and IPR Policy Right.
RSVP no later than June 14 to email@example.com
A sandwich lunch will be served.