Center for International Legal Studies
Protection of Intellectual Property Rights
Kitzbühel, Austria, Sunday, 31 January - Saturday, 6 February 2010
The sessions will examine the Paris Convention, copyright and competition issues, national developments in the United States, the European Union and Asian countries, Intellectual Property protection in the field of pharmaceuticals, as well as duty of candor, patent litigation, domain name and trademark protection on the Internet and elsewhere and finally employer’s rights to intellectual property.
The retreat starts on Sunday, 31 January with a cocktail reception and opening dinner. Sessions run Monday through Friday. The seminar language is English. There is time for recreation and leisure.
The SRA of England and Wales, the Faculty of Advocates of Scotland, the Netherlands Bar recognize CILS for CPD; the states of Texas, California (approved jurisdictions rule), New York (approved jurisdictions rule) for CLE
Fees include six nights luxury accommodation, all dinners, all breakfasts, travel insurance, materials and CLE/CPD Accreditation
Dress: Business Casual
Please book your transfers to/from Schloss Lebenberg at http://www.airport-transfer.com/
Registered Delegates and Faculty
David Aylen, Karl Barnfather, Claudia Berndt, Wossen Teshome Bokan, Robert G. Briner, Antonello Corrado, James Edmondson, Kirsten Frijs, M. Georgia Gibson-Henlin, Vít Horácek, Folke Johansson, Utz Kador, Miklós Király, John Korsø Jensen, Hanne Magnussen, Katarzyna Randzio-Sajkowska, Christian Rassmann, Nikolaus Reber, Henrik B. Sanders, Konrad A. Sechley, Christof Siefarth, Mette Ravn Steenstrup, Philip S. Thorsen, Pieter C. R. Venter, William F. Westerman, Maxim Andreevich Zgodko,