Friday 28 June

08.00-18.00 Registration and Information desk
09.00-13.00 PARALLEL SESSIONS
09.00-11.00 Hills and valleys to conquer
4th Session: IP challenges within sports
Seeing through the haze
5th Session: Digital content: how can you make it available to the public within EU?
Moderator: Mireia Curell, ECTA Past President, Curell Suñol SLP, ES Moderator: Dr. Christian Freudenberg, Chair of the ECTA Copyright Committee and ECTA Council member, Schomerus & Partner, DE
Michael Short, Legal Counsel, Event Legal Services, UEFA, CH The CJEU saga, Dr. Eleonora Rosati, Associate Professor in IP Law, Southampton University, UK
Anna Guix, IP Lawyer in FC Barcelona’s Legal Department, ES Political background of the Copyright Reform, Speaker TBC
Stamatia Tsirozi, Brand Enforcement Attorney Europe,
Red Bull GmbH, AT
Enforcement on digital content; main issues and current strategies, Dr. Cédric Manara, Head of Copyright, Google, FR
David Gill, Trade Mark Attorney, Gill & Gill, UK
Discussion Discussion
10.45-11.15 Coffee Break
11.15-13.00 New horizons of protection
6th Session: GIs
A highland battle?
7th Session: ICANN / WHOIS update and discussion
Moderator: Paola Ruggiero, Chair of the ECTA Geographical Indications Committee, Bird & Bird, IT Moderator: Delia Belciu,
Chair of the ECTA Internet Committee and ECTA Council member, DB Law Offices, RO
Francis Fay, Head of Unit B3, Geographical Indications, DG AGRI, European Commission, BE Alexander Heirwegh, PETILLION, BE
Prof. Dev Gangjee, Member of the ECTA GI Committee, Oxford University, UK Olivier Bringer, Head of the Next Generation Internet Unit/Future Networks Directorate E, DG CONNECT, BE
Dr. Simon Crabbe, Head of Geographical Indications, DEFRA, UK Geo Van Langenhove, Legal Manager, EURID, BE
Fernando Cano Treviño, Chief Representative Officer for Europe Tequila Regulatory Council (CRT), CH Nathalie Dreyfus, Member of the ECTA Internet Commitee, Dreyfus & associés, FR
Discussion Discussion
13.00-14.30 Lunch
14.30-14.45 ECTA 2019 Award Presentation

Sozos-Christos Theodoulou, ECTA President, The Law Offices of Dr. Christos A. Theodoulou LLC, CY

Dr. Péter Lukácsi, Chair of the ECTA Professional Affairs Committee, SBGK Attorneys at Law, HU
14.45-15.15 Strength from the Spirit of Scotland
8th Session Helicopter Speech
Alan Park, Member of the ECTA GI Committee, Director - Legal Affairs, Scotch Whisky Association, UK
15.15-15.45 Coffee break
15.45-17.15 Seeking new horizons
9th Session: EU Case-Law
Moderator: Carina Gommers, ECTA Council member, Secretary of the ECTA Anti-Counterfeiting Committee and Member of the ECTA EUIPO-Link Committee, Hoyng Rokh Monegier LLP, BE

The unitary character and the influence of national rights and case law, Judge Ulloa Rubio, EU General Court, LU

The unitary character and the multiplicity of languages, Alexandra Kusturovic, Member of the Second Board of Appeal, EUIPO, ES

Dimitris Botis, Deputy Director, ICLAD, EUIPO, ES

Tobias Dolde, Chair of the ECTA EUIPO-Link Committee and Member of the
ECTA Harmonization Committee, Noerr Alicante IP, S.L., ES
Discussion
17.15-17.25 Summary
Anette Rasmussen, ECTA First Vice-President, Awa Denmark A/S, DK
19.30–02.00 Gala Dinner at the National Museum of Scotland
With its soaring pillars and high windows, the light-filled atrium of the Grand Gallery is one of Scotland’s most beautiful spaces and provides a spectacular setting for dinner.

The dramatic objects on display – from a huge 12-foot long South Pacific feast bowl to a nineteenth-century lighthouse lens – provide a vivid introduction to the National Museum of Scotland and the rich and diverse collection housed there.

Rising up through the four storeys of the Grand Gallery, the Window on the World is the largest single museum installation in the UK.

The display celebrates the variety and scope of the Museum, showcasing a spectacular array of over 800 objects drawn from a wide range of cultures and disciplines, from tiny glass sculptures to a girder from the original Tay Bridge, from whale bone scrimshaw to Art Nouveau design.

Dress-code: Cocktail or evening dress, Scottish kilt or trews for gentlemen and Scottish sash for ladies are welcome.

Bus transfers will be provided from EICC. The transfer schedule will be listed in the Final Programme.