And if you use pirated software, here is a talk you surely must avoid.
Goethe-Zenthrum - The Association for German Culture, together with Osmania University, is organising a talk by Professor Dr Maximilian Haedickeon, on the European Union And The Constitutional Treaty, at the Osmania University Centre for International Programs (OUCIP), this Thursday.
Dr Maximilian Haedicke was born in 1967, and studied law in Munich, Geneva and Washington DC (LLM Georgetown 1995 as Fulbright-Scholar, New York Bar Exam 1995). In 1997, he prepared his doctoral thesis at the Max-Planck-Institute for Foreign and International Copyright, Patent and Competition Law in Munich on the subject of Copyright and US International Trade Law and Policy.
After his Second State Exam and a legal clerkship at Berlin High Court in 1998, he became assistant professor at the Max-Planck-Institute for Foreign and International Copyright, Patent and Competition Law in Munich. He held the position of head of the US department, and during that period, he prepared his habilitation (an encompassing scholarly thesis which forms the basis for a professorship in Germany) on German contract and intellectual property law.
Thereafter he worked for the international law firm of Freshfields in Munich and Düsseldorf with a specialisation on intellectual property and information technology law, especially in the area of patent litigation. Since 2003, he is tenured professor at Albert-Ludwigs-University in Freiburg, where he holds a Chair for Intellectual Property and Competition Law.
The publications of Maximilian Haedicke concern various issues of German, European and international intellectual property and competition law. He has a special interest in international patent and copyright law. Maximilian Haedicke has visited India numerous times and is currently teaching as an invited professor at NALSAR.
For further details, please contact Goethe-Zentrum at 6652-6443/2324-1791.