Monday 26 April is the World Intellectual Property Organization's World Intellectual Property Day and, to mark it, the IP Finance weblog has organised a mid-day seminar on "Brands and the Cost of Corporate Conscience". The speaker, who is known to MARQUES members following her dynamic presentation at last year's Brighton Conference, is Marjolijn Vencken (Trouble in Paradise).
The venue is the London office of law firm Olswang. Admission is free. Author, barrister and member of the trade mark judiciary Amanda Michaels (Hogarth Chambers) is in the chair. MARQUES members are particularly welcome! If you'd like to attend, the full details can be found here.