Masterclass

18 May 2017: TMT/IP Masterclass: Advertising Law Update

18 May 2017: TMT/IP Masterclass: Advertising Law Update

18 May 2017: TMT/IP Masterclass: Advertising Law Update

21.04.2017 NL law

The TMT/IP (Technology,  Media and Telecommunications / Intellectual Property) team at Stibbe Amsterdam will host a Masterclass about recent developments and regulations in advertising law. During the Masterclass, TMT Lawyer Janna van Olst will discuss important regulations and the most leading cases from the 12 months.

The Masterclass is for legal counsel, marketeers, communication specialists and other people who are interested in advertising law and the development of promotional campaigns.

This Masterclass is free. To attend or for more information, please send an email to: StibbeEvents@Stibbe.com

When: 18 May 2017 from 16.30h  to 18.00h.

Where: Stibbe office (Beethovenplein 10 – Amsterdam).

Kindly note the Masterclass will be held in Dutch

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