NEXT MEETING

8 november 2018

DIDEROT’S LETTRE HISTORIQUE ET POLITIQUE regarding the French book trade

Speaker: Andreas Rahmatian is Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Glasgow. Austrian by birth he received his first degree and a PhD in law and then a degree in musicology and history from the University of Vienna. Later, he obtained an LLM at the University of London and qualified as a solicitor. His research interests include intellectual property law, legal history and the history of ideas. His books include Copyright and Creativity: the Making of Property Rights in Creative Works (2011) and Lord Kames: Legal and Social Theorist (2015).

Chair: Professor Suthersanen

Time: 6:15 for 6:30

Venue: Bristows, 100 Victoria Embankment, EC4Y 0DH

 

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13 september 2018

THE UNITED KINGDOM'S CONTRIBUTION TO EU COPYRIGHT LAW AND RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE CJEU

Speakers:Julie Samnadda has been a member of the European Commission's Legal Service for the last eight years acting for the Commission in litigation before the European Court of Justice in leading cases such as Premier League v Murphy and Oracle v UsedSoft

Nick Saunders QC Brick Court Chambers – some of his recent cases in the European court of Justice have included Svensson v Retriever, Public Relations Consultants v NLA and Stiching Brein v Ziggio (The Pirate Bay)

Chair: Tom Rivers