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TIPLO is delighted to invite you to our Christmas event on:

Tuesday 2 December 2014 in The Cholmondeley Room, House of Lords, London 

Please see below to buy your tickets online (cheque or PayPal accepted) or print the attached booking form.

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

At our annual Christmas dinner at the House of Lords, Mr Justice Birss will recount some tales of the unexpected from the world of IP and to look forward to what might be in store in 2015.

 

Speakers:

Chair - Clive Thorne, Partner, Wedlake Bell

Mr Justice Birss - Birss attended Largs Academy and then Lancaster Royal Grammar School. He graduated from Downing College, Cambridge in 1986 with a first class honours degree in metallurgy and materials sciences. Birss worked for Arthur Andersen until 1988 and after legal training at City University London he was called to the bar at Middle Temple in 1990, joining Three New Square, a specialist intellectual property set of barristers' chambers.

Birss was made a Queen's Counsel in 2008. He was appointed a Specialist Circuit Judge and assigned to the Patents County Court in 2010 and authorised to sit as a deputy High Court judge. On 13 May 2013, he was appointed a High Court judge, assigned to the Chancery Division, and received the customary knighthood.

 

The Programme 

6.45pm  - Registration and refreshments

7.15pm  - Dinner followed by presentations

 

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.

 

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