Presentation of the CLIP Principles

Following the publication of the final Draft Principles for Conflict of Laws in Intellectual Property which we reported here, the European Max-Planck Group on Conflict of Laws in Intellectual Property (CLIP) is now prepared to make their presentation. The conference organised for this purpose by will take place on 3-5 November in Berlin. The program is as follows:

Thursday, November 3
Welcome reception Jürgen Basedow, Hamburg/Josef Drexl, Munich

Friday, November 4
Introduction to the CLIP Project Jürgen Basedow, Hamburg
The principle of territoriality and the rules of the CLIP Principles on jurisdiction Paul Torremans, Nottingham/Rochelle Dreyfuss, New York
The principle of territoriality and the rules of the CLIP Principles on the applicable law Josef Drexl, Munich/Dário Moura Vicente, Lisbon
The approach of the CLIP Principles to ubiquitous infringement Annette Kur, Munich/Rufus Pichler, New York
Party autonomy and contracts under the CLIP Principles Axel Metzger, Hanover/Ivana Kunda, Rijeka
The approach of the CLIP Principles to recognition and enforcement of judgements Pedro de Miguel Asensio, Madrid/Stefania Bariatti, Milan

Saturday, November 5
The impact of the CLIP Principles on courts and arbitration Mireille van Eechoud, Cambridge (Chair)/Joachim Bornkamm, Freiburg/François Dessemontet, Lausanne/Sierd Schaafsma, The Hague/Winfried Tilmann, Düsseldorf
The impact of the CLIP Principles on legislation and international law Alexander Peukert, Frankfurt (Chair)/Spiros Bazinas, UNCITRAL/Friedrich Bulst, DG Competition/Marta Pertegás, Hague Conference/Christian Wichard, WIPO
The CLIP Principles and the parallel projects of the American Law Institute and Waseda/KOPILA Graeme Dinwoodie, Oxford (Chair)/Jane Ginsburg, New York/Toshiyuki Kono, Fukuoka
Farewell address Josef Drexl, Munich

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