Plamen’s PhD thesis focuses on the novel challenges disruptive technologies pose to IP theory and practice
Thesis title: Three-dimensional Printing and Intellectual Property Law
Plamen’s thesis focuses on the novel challenges disruptive technologies such as three-dimensional printing and scanning pose to IP theory and practice. His current research interests lie in all major categories of IP law & EU law.
Plamen is a PhD Researcher in IP Law and Graduate Teaching Fellow at City, University of London.
He holds an LLM from Leiden University (Netherlands). He completed his LLB (Hons) at the University of East Anglia (UK) and Uppsala University (Sweden).
Plamen was awarded a full Graduate Teaching Assistantship to pursue his PhD at City.
Dinev, P. (2017) ‘Regulatory Chill and the TTIP: An Intellectual Property Perspective’ 39(6) European Intellectual Property Review (forthcoming)
‘Reconciling IP Rights with Ethics in the New Digital Age: The Case of 3D Printing’ New Intellectual Property Lawyers 1st 2017 Workshop Series at Bournemouth University, 17 March 2017
Plamen is currently teaching Criminal Law at The City Law School.