When an IP Disaster Strikes: Managing Intellectual Property Disputes (On Demand)

Recorded Webinar 1 CPD Hr
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Infringement of a client’s intellectual property rights often requires immediate action. The client could face significant loss or have its entire business threatened if delays occur. The lawyer is often faced with a number of possible causes of action and procedural options. Making the best choices at the outset can strongly enhance the prospects of a favourable outcome for the client, whether through a negotiated resolution or litigation. 

This On Demand webinar discusses what intellectual property is capable of protection and how this protection can be achieved. There will also be detailed consideration of practical case studies covering typical IP infringement scenarios. 

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand better the options available for protecting and enforcing IP rights.
  • Discover what to do when a client calls with an intellectual property infringement problem and the steps to take prior to commencing proceedings so you can provide initial advice.
  • Learn how to avoid common mistakes which can cause difficulties later in the case or undermine the value of the client’s rights.
  • Gain insights into common IP infringement scenarios.

Who should view?

General practitioners, in-house counsel and general litigators who deal with IP matters from time to time.



Kevin Glover
Shortland Chambers 

Kevin practises in the area of commercial disputes. He has particular expertise in intellectual property and has acted as counsel in cases involving copyright, patents, trade marks, passing off, the Fair Trading Act, domain name issues and breach of confidence.

He also acts on a wide range of other types of disputes and has recently acted on matters involving minority shareholder disputes and other Companies Act issues, contractual issues, company liquidations, personal insolvency, Lawyers and Conveyancers Act complaints (on behalf of solicitors), judicial review and the Property Law Act.

Kevin works with solicitors from around the country on behalf of clients including high profile companies and organisations, Government entities, small and medium sized businesses and individuals.