The FAI partners with the IPR University Center for two panels on IP arbitration at the Helsinki IP Summit on 23-24 October.
Helsinki IP Summit is the biggest IP event in Scandinavia. It will connect people from all the areas of intellectual property. The Summit is targeted to IP practitioners, business leaders, start-ups, law and business students and academics in the IP field. The event is organised by the IPR University Center, a joint institute of six Finnish universities whose function is to coordinate and promote education and research connected to intellectual property rights.
The Summit features two panels on arbitration.
The first panel will discuss “Why and how to agree on arbitration in IPR Contracts/Disputes?” Moderated by Santtu Turunen (FAI Secretary General), it will count with the participation of the following panellists: Niklas Östman (Partner, Roschier Attorneys), Antti Järvinen (Partner, Frontia/Member of the FAI Board), Bernt Juthström (Partner, Waselius & Wist), Sakari Salonen (Partner, Castrén & Snellman) and Marco Torsello (Partner, Arblit/Professor, University of Verona and NYU School of Law).
The second panel will focus on “Why Finland is a perfect seat for IPR arbitration and what could we do to be even more attractive?” Mikko Kemppainen (Head of Legal Affairs, Orion/Vice-Chair of the FAI Board) will serve as moderator for the following speakers: Eeva Hakoranta (Senior Vice President, Head of Intellectual Property, Nokia), Jarkko Ruohola (President of the Finnish Bar Association), Pirke Fustinoni (Vice President, Head of Intellectual Property, Outotec) and Rouven Bodenheimer (Partner, Bodenheimer Hertzberg).
For further information and registration, please visit https://ipsummithelsinki.com/