EUIPO IP Case Law Conference 2022.

As European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) Key Users, representatives from FRKelly were invited to attend the fourth IP Case Law Conference (IPCLC) held in Alicante this July 2022.

The IPCLC brings leading intellectual property experts from around the world together to discuss the latest developments and challenges facing IP law.

The conference was held over two consecutive days, both in person and online, and featured seven panel discussions with renowned IP experts from courts, IP offices, law firms and universities. The conference covered a broad range of topics:-

  • General Court Proceedings
  • Sustainability and the Greening of IP
  • Intersecting IPRs in Culture, Fashion and Entertainment
  • Nurturing the Value of Healthcare and Wellness
  • Challenges in the Digital Age
  • Automotive IP
  • IP and the Food and Beverage Industry


The panel discussion sparked interesting conversations within these broad topics, including the protection of inventions created by artificial intelligence, cannabis trade marks before the Boards of Appeal, the continuing use of the broad term “computer software” in Class 09 at EU level, the legal reform of geographical indications, and much more.

It was a wonderful opportunity to meet colleagues from around the world. FRKelly was thrilled to attend this prestigious and fruitful event, and we hope to participate in the next IPCLC.

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