Milan, November 24, 2017
ARBITRATING INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY DISPUTES
ADVANTAGES AND CRITICAL ISSUES
The benefits and hurdles in arbitrating different types of IP disputes
Substantive law issues and public policy elements
Arbitration rules and international procedural law
Peter Chrocziel, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Germany
Michael McIlwrath, GE Oil & Gas, USA-Italy
Maria Varsellona, Nokia, Finland
David Perkins, Arbitrator, United Kingdom
Ignacio De Castro, WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center, Spain-Switzerland
Clive Thorne, Baker Botts, United Kingdom
Moderates the Conference:
Matteo Orsingher, Orsingher Ortu, Italy
Do not miss the appointment with the most important Italian event concerning International Arbitration: the 8th edition will be about Arbitration and Intellectual Property Disputes.
In a global economy increasingly based upon conceptual products, intellectual property rights are often threatened. During this one-day conference we will discuss about the benefits and challenges that arbitration can offer for different types of IP disputes. Noteworthy experts and practitioners in the field will cover some of the procedural and practical considerations involved and will engage a lively debate with the audience.
On Thursday, November 23, all attendees are invited to join us for a social event at one of the hippest lounge bar in Milan, with a breath-taking view of the new city skyline. Info on costs and registration will follow soon.
For the full programme and subscription please visit: CAM Website – Annual Conference
We look forward to seeing you!