The Unified Patent Court: Pros and cons of specialisation - Is there a light at the end of the tunnel (vision)?  Professor Jens Schovsbo (University of Copenhagen)

Internet and IPR: A happy combination?  Professor Estelle Derclaye (University of Nottingham)

Textualisation as mode of persuasion in Patent Law and what it means for legitimacy  Dr Sivaramjani Thambisetty (London School of Economics and Political Science )

Website-blocking injunctions: the question of legislative basis  Mr Justice Richard Arnold (High Court of Justice)

What’s in a name? – branding in law and practice Dr Michael Jewess (formerly Chief Counsel, IP, BAE Systems and Head of IP, BT)

Make the butterflies fly in formation? Management of copyright created by academics in UK universities  Dr Andreas Rahmatian (University of Glasgow)

User-generated content and Copyright Law: A business-led solution Alison Slade (Brunel University)

Patents as data aggregators in personalized medicine Professor Dan Burk (School of Law, University of California)

Striving for a better balance: changes in the catalogue of Trade Mark limitations and exceptions Professor Annette Kur (Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition)

Copyright formalities: fairness or forfeiture Professor Jane C Ginsburg (Columbia University School of Law)

The British Patent System during the Industrial Revolution Sean Bottomley (Institute of Advanced Study in Toulouse)