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Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 5th 13.45 - 15.15 Wilkins Room

 1A  Victoria Whitford , Deputy Director of International Policy, UKIPO
       The UK's role in developing international intellectual property policy suitable
 1B  Duncan Matthews, (Queen Mary, University of London)
      Intellectual property, Human Rights and Development

Session 2: September 5th 15.45 - 17.15 Wilkins Room

2A  Sue Farran, (Northumbria )
      Aid, trade and taboo: the place of indigenous traditional knowledge in development IP strategies: a Pacific perspective
2B   Celucolo Dludlu, (Queen Mary, University of London)
      Curbing the unintended consequences of patentability reforms in developing countries
2C  Naomi Hawkins, (Exeter)
     A defence to patent infringement for genetic testing?

Session 3 September 6th 09.00 - 10.30 Wilkins Room

3A  Ian Walden and Noam Shemtov, (Queen Mary, University of London)
      Too Much of Good Thing? The Proliferation of Open Source Licences Models.
3B Claire Howell, (Aston )
       Extra compensation for inventive employees: Are we doing the right thing in the UK to encourage invention?
 3C  Chris Wadlow ( East Anglia)
        The Marmite Election, 2010

Session 4 September 6th 13.30 - 15.00 Wilkins Room

 4A   Elena Cooper,  (Cambridge)
          Printsellers, "Pirates" and Photographic Copyright in the Courts 1862-69: Setting Graves' Case in Context
 4B   Barbara Lauriat, (King's College London)
         Copyright, Left, and Centre
 4C   Hiroko Onishi, (Kingston )
          Re-visiting 'Trade mark use' - A Japanese Perspective

Available Papers and Abstracts

The External Costs of Trade Marks by P Sean Morris.
The External Costs of Trade Marks by P Sean Morris.
‘Secondary indications of inventiveness and objectivity in the assessment of the inventive step by Marc Mimler and Katerina Stechova.
The Marmite Election by Christopher Wadlow.
Aid, Trade and Taboo: the place of indigenous traditional knowledge in development strategies: A Pacific perspective by Sue Farran.
Extra compensation for inventive employees: Are we doing the right thing in the UK to encourage invention? by Claire Howell.
Trade, Traditional Knowledge and Challenges of Development: a view from the Pacific by Sue Farran.
Printsellers, “Pirates” and Photographic Copyright in the Courts 1862-1869: Setting Graves’ Case in Context by Elena Cooper.
Copyright, Left, and Centre by Barbara Lauriat.
Joint Infringement and Inducement of Infringement Under U.S. Patent Law by Lynda Oswald.
The Marmite Election by Christopher Wadlow.
Re-visiting ‘Trade mark use’ – A Japanese Perspective by Hiroko Onishi.
Curbing the unintended consequences of patentability reforms in developing countries by Celucolo Dludlu.
Gene Patent Problems: Should there be a defence to patent infringement for genetic testing? by Naomi Hawkins.
Too Much of a Good Thing? The Proliferation of Open Source Software Licences and its Impact of Software Development Ecosystems by Ian Walden & Noam Shemtov.