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Conférencier principal / Keynote speake

M. Francis Gurry

Directeur général de l’Organisation Mondiale de la Propriété Intellectuelle (OMPI), ancien Président du Conseil d’Administration du CEIPI / Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Former President of the Administrative Board of CEIPI. Francis Gurry is an Australian lawyer who has served as Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) since October 1, 2008. He holds law degrees from the University of Melbourne, a Ph.D from the University of Cambridge and is an honorary professor of, and holds honorary doctorates from, universities in a wide range of countries. Mr. Gurry is currently chair of the UN High-Level Committee on Management, which reports to the UN Chief Executives Board (CEB) and is responsible for ensuring coordination in administrative and management areas across the UN System. He is the author of a number of publications, one of which has become a standard legal text in the UK and is published by Oxford University Press as Gurry on Breach of Confidence. Francis Gurry speaks English and French.

What developments for the international intellectual property system? Président / Chairman Lionel BENTLY, Professeur en droit de la Propriété Intellectuelle Herchel Smith et Directeur du Centre de Droit de la Propriété Intellectuelle et du Droit de l’Information, Université de Cambridge / Herchel Smith Professor of Intellectual Property and Director of the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL), University of Cambridge

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COLLOQUE CÉLÉBRANT LES 50 ANS DU CEIPI : Les perspectives d’évolution du système de propriété intellectuelle à l’heure de la mondialisation

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Conseil de l’Europe, Strasbourg

Université de Strasbourg - CEIPI - Centre d'études internationales de la propriété intellectuelle

PERSPECTIVES FOR THE
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SYSTEM
IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD

Au cours des dernières décennies, le système de propriété intellectuelle a connu des changements significatifs en lien avec l’émergence de nouvelles formes d’innovation et de création. Les industries liées à la propriété intellectuelle constituent des facteurs clefs de performance économique. Dans le même temps, les défis posés par l’essor de nouveaux moyens de communication, l’expansion du commerce international, la mise en œuvre d’initiatives au niveau global pour faire face aux défis environnementaux, culturels ou liés à la santé publique ont profondément influencé de nombreux secteurs dans lesquels la propriété intellectuelle joue un rôle important. Afin d’adapter le régime de la propriété intellectuelle à ce nouveau contexte, d’importantes initiatives sont en cours au niveau européen et international. Elles nécessitent une réflexion collective et un véritable débat.

Organisé à l’occasion du 50ème anniversaire du Centre d’études internationales de la propriété intellectuelle (CEIPI), ce colloque international sera l’opportunité de rassembler de hauts représentants du monde de la propriété intellectuelle et des institutions publiques, des universitaires de renom, d’éminents professionnels et des représentants de l’industrie afin qu’ils puissent partager leur vision concernant les changements passés et à venir. L’objectif de cet événement est également de proposer, à l’heure de la mondialisation, des pistes de développement futur pour les systèmes européen et international de propriété intellectuelle.

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Thème(s) : Sciences juridiques

Sciences juridiques et politiques

Producteur : Université de Strasbourg

Réalisateur : Colloques et Conférences

Quels développements pour le système des brevets au sein de l’Union européenne ?

Conférencier principal / Keynote speaker

M. Raimund LUTZ

Vice-Président Direction générale Questions juridiques/Affaires internationales à l'Office européen des brevets (OEB) / Vice-President Directorate-General Legal/International Affairs of the European Patent Office (EPO. Following completion of his law degree, Raimund Lutz worked for three years as a Judge and public prosecutor in Munich before working at the Federal Ministry of Justice, Bonn, in the division for commercial and economic law. In 1989, he joined the German Patent Office as the Head of the Berlin division, and from 1997 he was, in addition, the director of the trade mark division at the Office in Munich. From 2000-2005 Mr Lutz was Deputy director general for commercial, economic and intellectual property law at the Federal Ministry of Justice in Berlin. In 2006, he was appointed President of the Federal Patent Court in Munich where he worked until joining the European Patent Office as Vice-President and Director General of the Directorate General "Legal and International Affairs" in 2011.

Intervenant / Panelist

M. Robin JACOB

Professeur titulaire de la Chaire Sir Hugh Laddie en droit de la propriété intellectuelle à l’University College London (UCL), ancien Lord Justice auprès de la Cour d’appel de l’Angleterre et du Pays de Galles / Sir Hugh Laddie Chair of Intellectual Property Law at University College London (UCL), former Lord Justice of the Court of Appeal of England and Wales. Sir Hugh Laddie Chair of Intellectual Property Law at University College London (UCL), former Lord Justice of the Court of Appeal of England and Wales The Rt Hon. Sir Robin Jacob, Hugh Laddie Professor of Intellectual Property Law and Director of the Institute of Brand and Innovation Law, University College London Having read Natural Sciences at Trinity College Cambridge, Sir Robin then simultaneously read for the Bar and took an LLB from the LSE. He was called to the Bar by Grays Inn in 1965. He practiced at the Intellectual Property Bar from 1967. From 1976 to 1981 he was the Junior Counsel for the Comptroller of Patents and for Government departments in intellectual property. He was appointed Queen's Counsel in 1981. His practice 7 took him abroad often (Hong Kong, Singapore, Europe, USA, Australia). He was appointed to the Bench in 1993 and from the outset was a designated Patent Judge. From 1997 to 2001 he was Supervising Chancery Judge for Birmingham, Bristol and Cardiff. He was appointed a Lord Justice of Appeal in October 2003. He formally retired from the Court of Appeal in May 2011 to take up his current appointment. He continues to sit from time to time in Court of Appeal. He acts as an arbitrator, mediator and expert witness on English or European law and is a member of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre Panel of Arbitrators. He is Hon. Fellow of the LSE, an Hon. Fellow of St Peter’s College, Oxford, an Hon. LlD of the University of Wolverhampton, Governor of the LSE, Hon. President of the UK branch of the Licensing Executive Society, Hon. President of the Association of Law Teachers, a member of the Advisory Board of the European Law Centre of King’s College London and a Member of the Advisory Panel of the Unified Patent Court. He was a Governor of the Expert Witness Institute from its foundation until 2004 and is now a Governor again. He was Treasurer of Grays Inn in 2007. He was awarded the Outstanding Achievement in IP award by MIP in 2012. He is a member of the Scientific and Advisory Board of the European Patent Office. He has written extensively on all forms of intellectual property. He often lectures, mainly on IP topics, both in the UK and abroad and is regularly consulted on IP matters by the European Commission and the UK government. He is President of the Intellectual Property Judges’ Association (the association of European IP, particularly patent, judges) Chairman of the Advisory Board concerning appointment and training of Judges to the Preparatory Committee for the Unified Patent Court (and also a member of the Committee’s Expert Panel) and a member of the European Commission’s Expert Group on the development and implications of patent law in the field of biotechnology and genetic engineering.

Intervenant / Panelist

M. Thierry Sueur

Vice-Président en charge de la propriété intellectuelle et Vice-Président en charge des affaires européennes et internationales chez Air Liquide, Président du groupe de travail sur les brevets à BUSINESSEUROPE / Vice-President, Intellectual Property and Vice-President, European & International Affairs of Air Liquide, Chairman of the Patent Working Group of BUSINESSEUROPE. After having been an IP attorney in private practice and then VP, Intellectual Property of Thomson, Thierry SUEUR joined AIR LIQUIDE in 1992 as Vice-President, Intellectual Property and Vice-President, European & International Affairs. He is Chairman of the IP Committee of the French business Federation MEDEF and Chairman of the Patent Working Group of BUSINESSEUROPE (European business Federation). He is also Member of the Board of CEIPI and IEEPI, Chairman of APEB (Association des Praticiens Européens des Brevets) and Chairman of UJUB (Union pour la Juridiction Unifiée des Brevets). He was Vice-Chairman of the Board of the French Patent Office from 2010 to 2013 and also Chairman of the Program Committee of AIPPI and President of the French Group of AIPPI in 2012. He is now Treasurer of Union des Fabricants and Vice-President of ICC France. Thierry SUEUR was President of LES International in 2001-2002. In 2005, he received the Gold Medal of LESI, was named one of the “50 most influential people in IP” by Managing Intellectual Property Magazine and induced to the « IP Hall of Fame » in 2014. In 2007, he was promoted « Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur ».

Intervenant / Panelist

M. Antonius Tangena

Président de l’Institut européen des Brevets / President of the European Patent Institute (EPI). In 1977 Tony Tangena received a MSc (solid state physics, cum laude). He then worked for more than 30 years for Philips Electronics, first as researcher and then in the Philips intellectual property department, where he had several functions: patent attorney, general manager of the Philips UK IP department, patent licensing manager for non-optical licensing programs, senior vice president responsible for the total Philips patent portfolio and for counseling Philips businesses in all IP issues and finally general manager of the Dutch IP department with over 200 IP professionals. He took an early retirement from Philips in April 2009 and started his own company: Tangena & Van kan, specializing in patent valuation and patent portfolio management. Tony is a European patent attorney and Dutch ‘octrooigemachtigde’. He is or was in the board of many IP organizations such as: epi (European patent attorney institute), BusinessEurope and AIPPI-NL. At present he is serving his second term as President of the epi, the organization of European Patent Attorneys.

Intervenant / Panelist

M. Pierre VERON

Avocat, Associé chez Véron & Associés / Lawyer, Partner at Véron & Associés. Lawyer, Véron & Associés, Honorary President European Patent Lawyers Association (EPLAW) Pierre Véron is a member of the Paris Bar. His 14 lawyer firm, with offices in Paris and Lyon, deals only with patent litigation, with a special emphasis on international cases. Pierre Véron is the Honorary President of EPLAW, the European Patent Lawyers Association, which he founded in 2001, and of the French association of patent litigators (Association des Avocats de Propriété Industrielle); he has taught for many years European patent litigation at the CEIPI (International Centre of Industrial Property Studies) in Strasbourg. Between 2007 and 2012, he has served as an expert with the European Commission for the creation of the Unified Patent Court in Europe. He has then been a member of the Drafting Committee of the Rules of Procedure of this court. He now serves as an expert in the Expert panel advising the Preparatory Committee of the Unified Patent court. Pierre Véron is the editor of Saisie-contrefaçon, a book published by the leading French publisher Dalloz (3rd edition 2012) and of Concise International and European Intellectual Property Law, published by Kluwer Law International (2nd edition 2011); he is also the author of many publications on patent litigation and on industrial property law.

Intervenant / Panelist

M. Jérôme Debrulle

Directeur de l’Office de la Propriété Intellectuelle de la Belgique, Président du Comité restreint du Conseil d’administration de l’OEB / Director of the Intellectual Property Office of Belgium, Chairman of the Select Committee of the Administrative Council of the EPO. Jérôme Debrulle is the head of the Belgian intellectual property Office. He represents Belgium within the Administrative Council of the European Patent Organisation. In the second half of 2010, he was, during the Belgian Presidency of the European Union, the chairman of the Working Group “Patent” of the Council when the compromise on the translation arrangements of the unitary patent protection has been negotiated. He has been elected in March 2013 Chairman of the Select Committee of the European Patent Organisation, which is the Committee of EU Participating Member States in the enhanced cooperation on Unitary Patent Protection.

Synthèse par le président de séance / Synthesis by the Chairman

M. Jens Schovsbo

Professeur de droit, Centre pour l’Information et le Droit de l’Innovation, Université de Copenhague / Professor of Law, Centre for Information and Innovation Law, University of Copenhagen. Jens Schovsbo is professor of IPR at the University of Copenhagen, Centre for Information and Innovation Law (www.ciir.dk). He has published extensively in Danish, Scandinavian and international law journals primarily on IPR. In his recent research he focuses on general aspects of international IPR and on the relationship between IPR and competition law. Some of his recent publications are available at SSRN. He has taught IPR at a number of foreign universities including universities in Scandinavia, France (CEIPI), and the U.S. (University of San Diego).

Quels développements pour le système international de propriété intellectuelle ?

Conférencier principal / Keynote speake

M. Francis Gurry

Directeur général de l’Organisation Mondiale de la Propriété Intellectuelle (OMPI), ancien Président du Conseil d’Administration du CEIPI / Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Former President of the Administrative Board of CEIPI. Francis Gurry is an Australian lawyer who has served as Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) since October 1, 2008. He holds law degrees from the University of Melbourne, a Ph.D from the University of Cambridge and is an honorary professor of, and holds honorary doctorates from, universities in a wide range of countries. Mr. Gurry is currently chair of the UN High-Level Committee on Management, which reports to the UN Chief Executives Board (CEB) and is responsible for ensuring coordination in administrative and management areas across the UN System. He is the author of a number of publications, one of which has become a standard legal text in the UK and is published by Oxford University Press as Gurry on Breach of Confidence. Francis Gurry speaks English and French.

Intervenant / Panelist

M. Graeme Dinwoodie

Professeur de droit de la propriété intellectuelle et des technologies de l’information, Directeur du Centre de Recherche en Propriété Intellectuelle, Université d’Oxford / Professor of Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law, Director of Intellectual Property Research Centre, University of Oxford. Graeme B. Dinwoodie is the Professor of Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law at the University of Oxford, Director of the Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre, and a Professorial Fellow of St. Peter’s College. Professor Dinwoodie holds law degrees from the University of Glasgow, Harvard Law School (where he was a John F. Kennedy Scholar), and Columbia Law School (where he was a Burton Fellow). Prior to taking up the IP Chair at Oxford, Professor Dinwoodie was a Professor of Law and Director of the Program in Intellectual Property Law at the Chicago-Kent College of Law. He has also previously taught at the University of Cincinnati College of Law and the University of Pennsylvania School of Law, and from 2005-2009 held a Chair in Intellectual Property Law at Queen Mary College, University of London. He was elected to membership in the American Law Institute in 2003, and served as President of the International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property (ATRIP) from 2011-2013. In 2008, the International Trademark Association awarded Professor Dinwoodie the Pattishall Medal for Teaching Excellence in Trademark Law. He is the author of numerous articles and books on trade mark law and on international and comparative intellectual property law.

Intervenant / Panelist

M. Dan Burk

Professeur de droit à l’Université de Californie, Irvine / Chancellor’s Professor of Law, University of California, Irvine. Dan L. Burk is Chancellor’s Professor of Law at the University of California, Irvine, where he is a founding member of the law faculty. An internationally prominent authority on issues related to high technology, he lectures, teaches, and writes in the areas of patent, copyright, electronic commerce, and biotechnology law. He is the author of numerous papers on the legal and societal impact of new technologies, including articles on Internet regulation, on the structure of the patent system, and on the economic analysis of intellectual property law. Professor Burk holds a B.S. in Microbiology (1985) from Brigham Young University, an M.S. in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry (1987) from Northwestern University, a J.D. (1990) from Arizona State University, and a J.S.M. (1994) from Stanford University. Prior to joining the faculty at UC Irvine, he taught at the University of Minnesota. He has served as a legal advisor to a variety of private, governmental, and intergovernmental organizations, including the American Civil Liberties Union Committee on Patent Policy and the OECD Committee on Consumer Protection.

Intervenant / Panelist

M. Antony Taubman

Directeur de la division de la propriété intellectuelle de l’Organisation Mondiale du Commerce (OMC) / Director of Intellectual Property Division of the World Trade Organization (WTO. Antony Taubman is currently Director, Intellectual Property Division, World Trade Organization, with responsibility for the WTO's programs on intellectual property, competition policy and government procurement. From 2002 to 2009, he was Director, Global Intellectual Property Issues Division of WIPO (including the Traditional Knowledge Division and Life Sciences Program), covering a wide range of programs on intellectual property and genetic resources, traditional knowledge and folklore, the life sciences, and related global issues including public health and climate, the environment, climate change, human rights, food security, bioethics and indigenous issues. After a diplomatic career, he left the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) in 2001 to join the newly-formed Australian Centre for Intellectual Property in Agriculture, at the Australian National University, teaching and researching on international IP law. From 1998 to 2001, he was Director of the International Intellectual Property Section of DFAT, and in that capacity was engaged in multilateral and bilateral negotiations on intellectual property issues, domestic policy development, regional cooperation, and TRIPS dispute settlement. He authored a training handbook on intellectual property and biotechnology, a monograph on the TRIPS Agreement and a comprehensive study on its implementation, and a range of academic and general publications on international intellectual property law and policy. Postgraduate teaching appointments at several universities include curriculum design and teaching at the University of Melbourne, the Australian National University, and Queensland University of Technology, as well as numerous contributions to other educational and training programs in many countries. In 2008, the Rockefeller Foundation awarded him a Bellagio residential fellowship for his work on TRIPS and public policy issues. He joined DFAT in 1988 as a career diplomat, and his service included disarmament policy and participation in the negotiations on the Chemical Weapons Convention, a posting in the Australian Embassy in Tehran as Deputy Head of Mission, and a posting to the Hague as Alternate Representative to the Preparatory Commission for the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and Chair of the Expert Group on Confidentiality. He previously worked for WIPO from 1995 to 1998, his duties then including development cooperation in Asia and the Pacific, the development of the revised WIPO program and budget, and associated policy development. A registered patent attorney, he worked in private practice in the law of patents, trade marks and designs in Melbourne in the 1980s. His tertiary education has included computer science, mathematics, engineering, classical languages, philosophy, international relations and law, and he has taught ancient Greek philosophy at Melbourne University.

Intervenant / Panelist

M. Pedro Roffe

Associé Senior au Centre international pour le commerce et le développement durable (ICTSD) / Senior Associate, Innovation, Technology and Intellectual Property at the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD. Pedro Roffe graduated from the Faculty of Law of the Universidad de Chile and completed postgraduate studies at New York University, Europa Institute (University of Amsterdam) and the Graduate Institute of International Studies (Geneva). He joined the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in 1973. In his professional activities he has focused his work on international negotiations, strategies and policies on international aspects of transfer of technology, intellectual property and foreign direct investment. In his various capacities he has published articles and books and has been responsible for a number of collective publications. His most recent work (co-edited with Xavier Seuba) includes: The ACTA and the Plurilateral Enforcement Agenda: Genesis and aftermath, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming, 2015. Pedro Roffe cooperates often with governments, international organizations and companies. He is currently Senior Associate at the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD) where he contributes to the work of the Programme on Technology, Innovation and Intellectual Property. He is of Chilean and Swiss nationality.

Intervenant / Panelist

M. Xiang Yu

Directeur de l’Institut sino-allemand de propriété intellectuelle, Huazhong University of Science & Technology (HUST) à Wuhan, Chine / Director of the German-Chinese Intellectual Property Institute, Huazhong University of Science & Technology (HUST) in Wuhan, China. Prof. Xiang YU is a full professor at the School of Management (2002-) and the Director of Chinese-German Institute for Intellectual Property (2005-) of Huazhong University of Science & Technology (HUST) in Wuhan, China. He is also the Director of the Office of International Affairs of HUST (2010-). He finished his doctoral dissertation in 2001 at the Max Planck Institute for IP in Munich, as a sandwich PhD student of Huazhong University of Science & Technology and Ludwig-Maximilian University Munich. Prof. Yu is a Fellow of German Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (2004-), Member of the Experts Group for the National Intellectual Property Strategy of China (2005-), Member of the European Academy of Sciences & Arts (2009-), Chairman of the JSPS Fellow Alumni Association in China (2010-), Director of the Chinese Intellectual Property Teem for the China-US Cooperative Project CERC (Clean Energy Research Center) (2011-), Director of the Chinese Intellectual Property Team for the China-EU/EEA Cooperative Project NZEC-CCS (Carbon Capture and Storage) (2013-), Member of the Standing Committee of Hubei People’s Congress & Member of the Commission of Legal Affairs of the Hubei People’s Congress (2013-), China. Prof. Yu was invited as a visiting professor in many universities in Germany, France, Japan, Australia, Switzerland, Spain, Taiwan, etc., including visiting professor of CEIPI of University of Strasbourg. His main research fields include: Intellectual Property and International Trade; Patent Strategy and Technological Innovation; Licensing and Technology Transfer; Comparative Research of Patent Systems, etc..

Synthèse par le président de séance / Synthesis by the Chairman

M. Lionel Bently

Professeur en droit de la Propriété Intellectuelle Herchel Smith et Directeur du Centre de Droit de la Propriété Intellectuelle et du Droit de l’Information, Université de Cambridge / Herchel Smith Professor of Intellectual Property and Director of the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL), University of Cambridge. Lionel Bently is the Herchel Smith Professor of Intellectual Property Law and Director of the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law at the University of Cambridge. He is also a Professorial Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He is a barrister (Inner Temple, 2009) and door tenant at 11 South Square, Gray’s Inn. His research interests include the history of intellectual property law. He is co-author (with Brad Sherman) of The Making of Modern Intellectual Property Law: The British Experience (1760-1911) (Cambridge: CUP, 1999) and Intellectual Property Law (4th ed, 2014), and (with Tanya Aplin, Simon Malynicz and Phill Johnson) of Gurry on Confidence: The Law of Confidentiality (Oxford: OUP, 2012). He recently succeeded Paul Geller as the general editor of International Copyright Law and Practice (2014). He is a founding director of ISHTIP, the International Society for the History a Theory of intellectual Property. He is co-editor, with Martin Kretschmer, of the of the AHRC-funded web-resource, Primary Sources on Copyright in 5 Jurisdictions, www.copyrighthistory.org A sixth jurisdiction, Spain, was added to the resource in 2012, and the Netherlands will join in 2014. He has been heavily involved in copyright policy at the UK and EU levels. He was on the drafting committee of the ‘Wittem Group’ of European Copyright Professors working on a European Copyright Code. He is a member of the European Copyright Society and will become the second chair of the Society in 2015.