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Matthew RimmerThe EPICentre and LTEC Lab will host law professor Matthew Rimmer of the Queensland University of Technology for a lecture Tuesday, April 17.

Lunchtime talk to chew over intellectual property law

Global challenges and opportunities for innovation, 3D printing, and intellectual property law are the subject of a discussion April 17 in the Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre.

Matthew Rimmer, a professor in intellectual property and innovation law in the Faculty of Law at the Queensland University of Technology, will deliver his lecture, entitled “You Wouldn’t Download a Car? Intellectual Property, Innovation Law, and the Automotive Industry,” at noon Tuesday in the offices of the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre (EPICentre).

Dr. Rimmer will consider a range of technology revolutions affecting the global automotive industry, including the rise of autonomous cars, the use of 3D printing and additive manufacturing, and the emergence of electric vehicles.

The event will also feature a light lunch; attendees must register in advance at: http://www.epicentreuwindsor.ca/event-single/?event_id=180.

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