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Intellectual Property and Quantitative Analysis Theory with Anand & Anand

About this webinar

Chambers are delighted to invite you to join us for a webinar on 13 October with Anand & Anand. This webinar will cover the following talking points:

  • The subjectivity in decision making of various concepts in Trademark Law leading to different outcomes by different Judges on matters having similar facts; 
    • The need to inject some quantitative or evidence based assessment which could make the outcome more predictable 
    • The various models by which objective standards can be introduced: 
      • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning modelled on past cases
  • Industry agreements such as in the Copyright world on what is considered substantial, e.g., newspapers (800/400 Word Rule), music (8 Bar Rule), etc 
  • Statistical models evaluating which factors ought to be given higher weightage 
  • How can such systems be introduced in the coming years 
  • Will the Judges, Arbitrators, Policy Makers and other decision makers, follow such objective criteria 

Event Details:
Event date
Wednesday, 13 October 2021
9:00 am - 9:45 am UTC
Event location
Online
In association with:
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Pravin Anand, Managing Partner - Anand and Anand
Pravin is anIntellectual Property Lawyerfor42years, with extensive litigation experiencein Patents and Trademarks. He has been the past presidents of AIPPI Indian Group; APAA Indian Group; FICPI Indian Group and Board Member of INTA. He has been on the editorial of a number of publications, including Computer and Telecommunications Law Review, Patent Lawyer,The Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law, Author of Halsbury’s Laws of India on Intellectual Property and country chapters for more than 25 International IP publications. He has won a large number of international and national awards in IP including Financial Times’‘Most Innovative Lawyer2015/Asia-Pacific’;and‘AIPPI Award of Merit’. He hascreatedvariousgames andpublishedbooksrelated to IP,for spreading the message of Intellectual Property.He is a Science Graduate from Delhi University and holds a Law degree from Delhi University.
The Rt Hon. Sir Robin Jacob Hugh Laddie, Professor of Intellectual Property Law, Director of the Institute of Brand and Innovation Law - University College London
Pravin is anIntellectual Property Lawyerfor42years, with extensive litigation experiencein Patents and Trademarks. He has been the past presidents of AIPPI Indian Group; APAA Indian Group; FICPI Indian Group and Board Member of INTA. He has been on the editorial of a number of publications, including Computer and Telecommunications Law Review, Patent Lawyer,The Australian Journal of Competition and Consumer Law, Author of Halsbury’s Laws of India on Intellectual Property and country chapters for more than 25 International IP publications. He has won a large number of international and national awards in IP including Financial Times’‘Most Innovative Lawyer2015/Asia-Pacific’;and‘AIPPI Award of Merit’. He hascreatedvariousgames andpublishedbooksrelated to IP,for spreading the message of Intellectual Property.He is a Science Graduate from Delhi University and holds a Law degree from Delhi University.
Andrew Dunkley, Technology Solutions Lead - Herbert Smith Freehills
Andrew Dunkley is a qualified solicitor with over 10 years'experience driving innovation and change in the legal industry. An Oxford law graduate, Andrew practised construction law before moving into change design, technology and data.Heis currently Technology Solutions Lead for Herbert Smith Freehills'Alternative Legal Services practice. During his careerAndrew hasworked at several law firms andfounded a legal techstart upproviding litigation analyticsbeforeestablishingthedata science team at BLM.While there heleda2 yearR&Dcollaboration withthe London School of Economics, focusedonmethodologies for valuing claims and developing automated decision support tools for legal questions.This included publishing peer reviewed research in the Annals of Operations Research journal. Andrewspeaks regularly on technology and data applications in the and law has been profiled by The Lawyer magazine as a legal technology pioneer.
Sarah Kogan, Editor, Asia Pacific - Chambers and Partners
Sarah joined Chambers as a researcher in the Asia-Pacific team, being promoted to Deputy Editor and subsequently to Editor. Prior to joining Chambers, Sarah worked for a number of years in television production as a researcher and associate producer, making programmes for the BBC, Channel 4 and other major broadcasters. Sarah graduated from Oxford University with a BA in English Language and Literature, before later completing the Graduate Diploma in Law at The College of Law.
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Wednesday, 13 Oct 2021 • 09:00 am UTC
Intellectual Property and Quantitative Analysis Theory with Anand & Anand