The Nordic Intellectual Property Law Review organises a webinar on the topic of
Intellectual Property and Sustainable Development
A topic of increasing interest and relevance is how and to which extent Intellectual Property (IP) rights can play a role in tackling the challenge of securing sustainable development. How may the core objective of IP rights to promote innovation and development of new knowledge align with the UN Sustainable Development Goals? A new anthology – Intellectual Property and Sustainable Markets – published by Edward Elgar and edited by professors Inger Ørstavik and Ole-Andreas Rognstad (University of Oslo), collects contributions on this subject by renowned scholars.
At the webinar of 26 October, professors Ørstavik and Rognstad, will present the major findings in the anthology. This will be followed by comments and a joint discussion.
Time and place: Tuesday 26 October from 12:00 to 13:00. Registration is mandatory. Zoom link and invoice will be sent out after registration. (Students and doctoral candidates may participate for free).
Fee: 400 SEK, excl. VAT (if applicable)
Comments: Prof. Sanna Wolk, KTH/Cirio Advokatbyrå, and Dr. Peter
Gottschalk, Senior Lecturer, Lund University
Moderator: Linnea Harnesk, Associate, Westerberg & Partners