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We hold four events each year in prestigious London venues such as the House of Lords or Grays Inn, where we hear from Judges and IP experts on a range of subjects that are relevant to the IP profession, followed by a three course meal.


TIPLO dinners are not only a great way to network with your peers in the world of IP, but also a good opportunity to take clients to some of London's most prestigious legal venues for an evening of topical discussion and great food.


All those working in the intellectual property field are invited to join us at the events and to become a TIPLO member. Non-members are also welcome to attend our events.


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Topics of Past Events:


MAR: Litigating Trade Secret cases: a practical guide

JULY: David v Martin - Gloves off for a Design Law Debate

OCT: AI and drug discovery – patentability, inventorship, ownership and monetisation

DEC: House of Lords - TIPLO Christmas dinner



MAR: Linking after GS Media: clear (and happy) at last?

JULY: House of Lords Summer Reception

OCT: Trade Marks - where are we now?

DEC: TIPLO - Christmas dinner and quiz



MAR: Competition law and patent law: friends or foes?

JUN: Investigatory Powers Bill: A necessary protection or an uncalled-for infringement of liberty?

OCT: Is IP becoming too complicated?

DEC: Imaginary Frontiers: IP law versus Conflicts of Laws



MAR: Digital Exhaustion: Can downloads be sold second-hand without a licence from the copyright owner?

JUN: Socialising the Brand: Social Media & Reputation Management

SEP: The Ten Commandments of IP Dispute Resolution

NOV: Reflections from the Front Lin


UK Long arm Jurisdiction in IP Disputes

The Protection of Corporate Reputations

Life Sciences innovation, regulation and IP imperatives - striking the right balance

"IP Tales of the Unexpected" - Reflections by Mr Justice Birss



Leveson and its Consequences

The Enforcement Directive Comes of Age

Is Intellectual Property Theft? Open source -v- proprietary software

Image Rights - a case for registration? and IP considerations in the Scottish Independance debate



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