LESI Consumer Products Committee: "Counterfeiting" Presentation

LESI Consumer Procuts Committee "Counterfeiting" Presentation
Virtual
1 June 2022, 8:00am ET

Presentation on Counterfeiting by Krystian Maciaszek

At the next LESI Consumer Products Committee Meeting on June 1 at 8AM ET, Krystian Maciaszek will discuss the situation in Poland, and more broadly in the region of Central and Eastern Europe, as regards the challenges faced by holders of intellectual property rights in the field of counterfeiting. He will present some statistical data and discuss strategies which can be adopted in order to defend intellectual property rights more effectively. Krystian will refer to a report prepared by his Warswa IPT team in cooperation with Amazon on the effectiveness of the fight against counterfeiting.

Speaker Biography
Krystian Maciaszek has extensive experience in representing and advising clients on issues related to the protection of intellectual property. His practice focuses on brand protection, including the registration of trademarks, counterfeits, and combatting unfair competition - mainly on the FMCG, pharmaceutical and toys markets. He also advises clients on the protection of registered and unregistered, industrial designs and copyrights, as well as on the protection of technological solutions in the construction, furniture and clothing industries.
Krystian has significant expertise and know-how related to software licensing issues and he also represents clients before common courts, administrative courts, arbitration courts and the EUIPO. Krystian is an arbiter at Court of Arbitration in Matters Concerning Internet Domain Names at the Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications.

The meeting will be held remotely via MS Teams.

 

 

 

LESI & EPO: "High-Growth Technology Business Forum: Licensing"

LESI & EPO
"High-Growth Technology Business Forum: Licensing"
Virtual
1 June 2022

Most technology companies need to use third-party technologies, copyright or brands in their products and services and ensure that they are entitled to do so. Many technology companies license their technologies to customers. Licensing-in and licensing-out may involve acquiring or granting rights to patents, designs, technology, software or trade marks.

The "Licensing" forum explores various interesting case studies of companies whose business is, or is impacted by, licensing. It focuses on the numerous business aspects and opportunities of licensing relevant to high-growth technology companies.

This event is free to participants.

 

 

 

LES South Africa: "Strategies to bolster the enforceability of Confidentiality Agreements"

LES South Africa
"Strategies to bolster the enforceability of Confidentiality Agreements"
Virtual
9 June 2022

Representatives of different sized enterprises will participate in LES South Africa's Chemicals, Environment, Energy and Materials (CEEM) Committee panel discussion to compare local practices in relation to confidentiality agreements. The focus of the discussion will be the following:

  • Strategies to bolster the enforceability of confidentiality agreements
  • Practices in ensuring compliance with confidentiality agreements

    This event is free to LES members.

     

     

     

    LES Scandinavia: "Strategic Licensing"

    LES Scandinavia
    "Strategic Licensing"
    Stockholm/Virtual
    9 June 2022

    LES Scandinavia presents a hybrid format afternoon seminar on "Strategic Licensing" on 9 June in Stockholm together with Westerberg & Partners! The programme will also be streamed online.

    Moderator:
    la Modin - Westberg & Partners, Sweden

    Speakers:
    Sonja London - Tacto Tek, Finland
    Hanne Heltne - Lawfirm CLP, Norway

    This event is free to LES members.

    Please register by e-mail to secretariat(at)les-scandinavia.org and state whether you will attend in-person or virtually.

     

     

    LESI YMC: "Mingle & Meet the new YMC Chair"

    LESI YMC
    "Mingle & Meet the new YMC Chair"
    Stockholm
    9 June 2022

    You are invited to an in-person mingle organised by the LES Young Members Cogress taking place at 5:00pm CET in Stockholm at Westerberg & Partners.

    This will be a great opportunity to hear more about the YMC and be introducte to the new Chair, Kilian Schärli (MLL Meyerlustenberger Lachenal Froriep). Naturally, food and drinks will be served!

    The mingle will follow a seminar on "Strategic Licensing" taking place at 4:00pm CET.

    Please register by e-mail to secretariat(at)les-scandinavia.org (before 3 June 2022).

     

     

    LESI & EPO: "High-Growth Technology Business Forum: Open Innovation"

    LESI & EPO
    "High-Growth Technology Business Forum: Open Innovation"
    Virtual
    15 June 2022

    Growing technology convergence and speed to market are driving the need for a broader set of accessible technologies and IP. To remain competitive, technology-driven firms must move from a closed approach to innovation to an open one if they are to succeed in maximsing the value of high-growth technology. Open innovation is a strategic IP management approach that allows firms to have a sophisticated understanding of their future innovation needs based on an integrated approach that combines business, technology and IP strategy.

    The "Open Innovation" forum explores various interesting case studies of companies for which intellectual assets, especially open innovation, play an important role. It focuses on the many aspects and business opportunities of open innovation relevant to high-growth technology companies.

    This event is free to participants.

     

     

     

    LES B&I: "Are you Boilerplate Clauses Bulletproof?"

    LES B&I
    "Are you Boilerplate Clauses Bulletproof?"
    Virtual
    16 June 2022

    Join LES B&I for their next YMC hosted webinare to discuss "Are you Boilerplate Clauses Bulletproof?" on 6 June at 3:00pm (UK time).

    Rebecca Keating and Laura Wright from 4 Pump Court will review some of the common boilerplate clauses including force majeure, entire agreement and, variation clauses. They will discuss how these clauses may have unexpected effects and will offer practical tips to consider during contract negotiations.

    This event is free to LES members.