South Africa: Adams & Adams holds an annual legal conference called the Crammer.
Adams & Adams holds an annual legal conference called the Crammer. It is run over 3 morning sessions, each no longer than 2 hours to fit into everyone’s busy schedule. The conference touches on the important legal issues and updates that have taken place over the course of the year. We have a fantastic line up of both internal and external speakers and topics this year and would like to extend the invitation to the Advoc members. The conference time is based on South Africa times. Please review the conference agenda link here Adams & Adams Crammer 2021 Agenda
During the week of 12 – 14 October 2021, you will be given the opportunity to take advantage of a years’ worth of legal learnings, insights, and knowledge and explore the rise of strong leadership within the legal field!
Through condensed, bite-sized sessions our team of experts will arm you with insights and key takeaways related to major legal themes and trends from the past year. These topics include non-traditional Trade Marks, the benefits of having an IP policy in place, mandatory vaccination in the workplace, as well as recent trends in patent and registered design litigation in South Africa.
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