The EU Trade Mark Study - Issues and Proposals  Professor Annette Kur (Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property)

Four Paradigms of Unfair Competition Professor Christopher Wadlow (University of East Anglia)

Bounded Openness  Professor Christopher May (Lancaster University)

Common and Civil Law Approaches to Inventive Step Mr Paul Cole (Visiting Professor, Bournemouth University and European Patent Attorney)

What is authorship in the digital age? Collaboration, co-ordination, automation (and proving it)  Professor Jane Ginsburg, Professor Sam Ricketson (Columbia Law School, University of Melbourne)

Downunder Parody: Fair Use for the Purposes of Parody and Satire in Australian Copyright Law  Professor Graeme Austin (University of Arizona)

Current Intellectual Property Problems  Lord Justice Jacob (Court of Appeal)

The Implementation Game: The TRIPS Agreement and the Global Politics of Intellectual Property Reform in Developing Countries  Dr Carolyn Deere-Birkbeck (University of Oxford)

Copyright Infringement: Normal, Natural Trouble? A View from a Criminologist Dr Loraine Gelsthorpe (University of Cambridge)

Constructing Commons in the Cultural Environment Professor Michael Madison (University of Pittsburgh)

The Future of the European Requirement for an Invention (and with it of Software, Business Method and Biotech Patents) Dr Justine Pila (University of Oxford)

Downunder Parody: Fair Use for the Purposes of Parody and Satire in Australian Copyright Law  Professor Graeme Austin (University of Arizona)

Patent Trolls- a European Perspective Professor Ansgar Ohly (University of Bayreuth )

Breach of Confidence - Public Interest Simon Malynicz (Hogarth Chambers )

Is Copyright "Intellectual" Property? Material Fixation in Copyright Law  Dr Yoav Mazeh (Ono Academic College )

Software and Business Method Patents  Lord Hoffmann ( University of Oxford )