May 7, 2020 – Webinar “Plant Variety Rights Guide to Brexit” Date & Sessions Average session duration: 75 min. Session 1: May 7, 2020 – 9:00 am BST 9:00 am British Summer Time (BST)Check the FULL LIST OF TIME ZONES for this session SEssion…
Tag: Intellectual property protection
April 30, 2020 – 2-in-1 Webinar “Essentially derived varieties (EDV): technical and legal aspects” What will I learn? Part 1: Technical Introduction to New Breeding Techniques (NBT) and Other Technologies Leading to Potential Essentially Derived Varieties (EDV) by Dr. Ellen de Keyser, ILVO Plant,…
April 23, 2020 – Webinar “European Court of Justice Decision in Nadorcott Case: Practical Consequences for Breeders in Relation to Harvested Material”
Date & Sessions
What will I learn?
During this session, the speaker will analyze the impact on Plant Variety Rights protection for ‘harvested material’ of the recent CJEU decision in the Nadorcott mandarin case. The decision, which is to a great extent inspired by the UPOV Explanatory Notes on harvested material, is potentially dangerous as it suggests a limitative interpretation of what amounts to ‘unauthorized use’, particularly during the period of provisional protection. The speaker will discuss solutions going forward, both in terms of licensing, enforcement and advocacy.
Meet the speaker
Philippe de Jong
Philippe specialises in Intellectual Property law, with a particular focus on Patents, Plant Variety Rights and parallel import issues. Philippe also has extensive experience in regulatory matters concerning the life sciences and agri-food industries. Philippe regularly lectures at conferences and seminars and publishes articles in various leading legal journals relating to his area of expertise. Philippe worked as a consultant for the EU Plant Variety Office and is also an active member of Euroseeds, the European Patent Lawyers Association (EPLAW), the Licensing Executives Society (LES) and the International Association of Breeders of Asexually Reproduced Horticultural Plant Varieties (CIOPORA).
REDUCED WEBINAR RATES: We at the CIOPORA Academy are committed to providing continued education opportunities to the green sector in the midst of the Coronavirus crisis. In view of the operational and financial constraints businesses and individuals around the globe are facing currently, we are lowering our webinar rates from EUR 149,00 to EUR 99,00 (Member) and EUR 299,00 to EUR 199,00 (Guest). A further reduction of over 20% is offered in the Webinar Package, containing four webinars in April/May 2020.
SINGLE WEBINAR REGISTRATION: includes the CIOPORA Academy Webinar “European Court of Justice Decision in Nadorcott Case” only.
Join the webinar by opting for our flexible single webinar registration at the following CIOPORA Member/Guest rates:
- CIOPORA Member: EUR 99,00
- Guest: EUR 199,00
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WEBINAR PACKAGE REGISTRATION: includes four CIOPORA Academy Webinars at a single reduced rate. What is included?
- April 23 – Webinar “European Court of Justice Decision in Nadorcott Case”
- April 30 – 2-in-1 Webinar “Essentially Derived Varieties (EDV): Technical and Legal Aspects” – learn more
- May 7 – Webinar “Plant Variety Rights Guide to Brexit” – learn more
- May 14 – Webinar “Bad Faith IP (PBR & Trademarks) Applications in China and Countermeasures for Breeders” – learn more
- CIOPORA Member Webinar Package: 349,00 EUR
- Guest Webinar Package: 699,00 EUR
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Webinar user manual
For your convenience, we have compiled a Webinar User Manual to help you prepare for the webinar participation.
About the WEbinar program
In November 2019, the CIOPORA Academy education program on IP for plants was expanded with the distance learning offerings in form of Webinars. Each webinar is conducted in two sessions to cover all time zones, enabling participation from all locations worldwide.
All CIOPORA Academy Webinars are broadcasted live in Livestorm, an online webinar platform, which allows participation for registered persons via internet browser with no prior installation. Please see our User Manual for more information on the technical requirements.
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