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WEDNESDAY, 3 NOVEMBER 2021
Online workshops on coexistence agreements - UPDATED
MARQUES is hosting two workshops on coexistence agreements, aimed at young IP practitioners.
The workshops will take place on Tuesday, 30 November at 11.00 CET and Monday, 6 December at 16.00 CET and each will last around 90 minutes. (Update on 8 November: The 30 November workshop is now SOLD OUT! Places are still available on 6 December.)
Participants will be presented with a hypothetical case study involving two brands and invited to discuss how to negotiate a coexistence agreement to benefit both of them.
The workshops will be led by Claire Lehr (Vice-Chair of the MARQUES Programming Team) of Edwin Coe LLP and Mark Hodgin (Member of MARQUES Council) of Mondelēz International. Magdalena Borucka of Taylor Wessing and Maarten Slaat of Specsavers will act as moderators during the group discussion sessions.
Participants are expected to actively engage in the workshop via their cameras and microphones and will be able to learn about and compare approaches to negotiating agreements, drawing on expertise from different sectors and jurisdictions.
The MARQUES coexistence agreement workshops are well established and popular programmes and provide practical information and insights that will be very useful for young IP practitioners, whether in-house or in private practice.
Please encourage your younger colleagues to consider registering to attend one of these webinars. Places are strictly limited to 20 participants and the registration fee is €100 (MARQUES members) or €135 (non-members). You can register for both webinars online now.
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