Senior lawyer Clare Young will be presenting on 'Trademark Use and Non-Use: The Current Status Quo' at the UNSW CLE seminar for IP Law. Clare Young was one of Simpsons' principal lawyers advising Dick Smith in what is now a leading case in relation to the lower threshold of use required to defeat an application to remove a trademark for non-use

Presenters:Clare Young (Senior Lawyer, Simpsons Solicitors) and Patrick Flynn (Barrister, 11 Wentworth Chambers) Chair: Melissa McGrath (Partner, K&L Gates) The UNSW CLE seminar is designed to discuss the key aspects of IP relevant to specialists and practitioners in today's commercial environment. Other scheduled speakers include: Sylvie Tso (Spruson & Ferguson) – 'IP Management Frameworks'Richard Horton (Squire Patton Boggs)'Intellectual Property Issues for Start Up Companies'Blair Bevan (Mills Oakley) – 'The Future of IP: Where is it Heading?' Date: Thursday 15th June, 8:45am–1pm Location: The Grace Hotel, 77 York Street Tickets: $440. Practitioners can claim 4 CPD points in Substantive Law for attendance.