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Second Annual Roundtable on Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition

Simran Sahni
23 Jun 2017 2:58 PM GMT
Second Annual Roundtable on Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition
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The Centre for Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition (CIIPC), National Law University, Delhi conducts the Annual Roundtable on Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition to offer a forum for members of the academia, policy makers, industry stakeholders and academically minded practitioners to engage on emerging issues at the interface of innovation, intellectual property & competition law and policy.

The First Annual Roundtable on Innovation, Intellectual Property and Competition, held last year in New Delhi, was well attended. This time around, we look forward to continuing this dialogue through open and nuanced discussions on the most relevant and contentious issues concerning this area of law and economic policy, with special emphasis on recent developments in India.

Dates: 1st- 2nd July, 2017

Venue: Taj Westend, Bangalore

Entry for the Roundtable is free but on a first-come-first-serve basis. Those interested, please do register by sending a mail to [email protected] by 25th June, 2017.

Special Address shall be made by Hon’ble Ms. Justice Prathiba Singh, Delhi High Court on “India's Evolving IP Jurisprudence - Indigenous, Ingenious or Both?”

 The Following are the Sessions that shall be conducted:

  • Session I: Innovation Policy: What can it Teach IP Policy-Making in India?

  • Session II:  Role of IP and Competition Policy in Technology Markets: Business and Industry Perspectives

  • Session III: Patent Remedies in a state of flux: Principles and Practice

  • Session IV: IP and Competition Law in India: Regulatory and Judicial Interventions

  • Session V: Standard-Essential Patents: Adjudicating FRAND in India from a Comparative Perspective

For further details, please contact Ms. Kavya Mammen, Research Fellow,CIIPC [email protected] or click here.

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