31st January 2017
Time: 09:30-17:30 (Registration from 09:00)
Venue: British Academy, Carlton House Terrace, St James's London SW1Y 5AH
Speakers Presentations & Materials
Brexit and International IP law - Bassem Awad
Patents & Brexit - Kevin Mooney
Regulatory Consequences of Brexit - Dr Peter Feldschreiber
Trade Marks - Mark Holah
12 Points on Brexit - Professor Thomas Cottier
Brexit and the Choice of English Law and Jurisdiction in Financial Market Contracts - Dorothy Livingston
The British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL) and The Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)
BIICL and CIGI host a one-day conference presenting legal challenges of Brexit across a variety of areas.
Panels will cover:
1. Brexit and International Economic Law
2. Brexit and International IP law
3. Brexit and International Environmental Law
4. Brexit and Human Rights
Speakers from the UK, the EU, Switzerland and Canada will present their perspectives on the future of financial and legal services and trade; on IP rights, notably patents (including pharmaceutical patent protection); on environmental law (including fisheries and agriculture); and on human rights and freedom of movement.
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- Bassem Awad, Deputy Director, CIGI, IP Law and Innovation
- Professor Thomas Cottier, World Trade Institute, University of Bern
- Professor Armand DeMestral, McGill University, Senior Fellow, CIGI, Trade and Investment and EU Law Investment and EU Law
- Dr Peter Feldschreiber, 4 New Square
- Oonagh Fitzgerald, CIGI
- Professor David Gantz, University of Arizona
- Dr Markus Gehring, CIGI
- Lawrence L. Herman, Herman and Associates
- Valerie Hughes, Queens University, Former Director of Legal Affairs WTO Secretariat
- Mark Holah, Bird & Bird LLP
- Dorothy Livingston, Herbert Smith Freehills
- Professor Richard Macrory, University College London
- Professor Robert McCorquodale, BIICL
- Kevin Mooney, Simmons & Simmons
- Helen Mountfield QC, Matrix Chambers
- Martin Nesbit, Head of Environment and Climate Governance at the Institute for European Environmental Policy
- Professor Colm O'Cinneide, University College London
- Patrick Robinson, Linklaters
- Joel Smith, Herbert Smith Freehills
- Stephen Tromans QC, 39 Essex Chambers
- Dr Peter Werner, ISDA
This event has been convened by Dr Eva Lein, British Institute of International and Comparative Law and Dr Markus Gehring, Centre for International Governance Innovation
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Participating in this event provides the equivalent of 6 CPD hours.
Pricing and Registration
- Individual - £40
- Full-time Academic - £25
- Full-time Student - £15
- Individual - £70
- Full time Academic - £45
- Full time Student - £25
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