The conference addressed a range of  topical IP issues including how to run a compliant influencer campaign, designs and packaging best practice, parody trade marks, the likely impact of artificial intelligence on trade mark protection and budgeting issues for retailers. 

Other areas covered included a review of UK IPO decisions, an update on the EU General Data Protection Regulation and the impact of Brexit on global brand strategies.

Feedback for the event has again been positive, including;

"The conference has been fantastic. Very useful".

"The bite-size session format is brilliant for the in-house lawyer".

"Clear, focused, practical examples".

All slides from the conference are now available to view and download. Please click here to access them.

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