The Future of IP and Technology Law: 8 cities, 8 Forums
Our 2017 US Forum Series focusses on “The Future of IP and Technology Law”. And it is coming to a city near you this spring. What do you need to do today so your IP portfolio thrives in the future? Are you prepared for the future of IP and technology law? Network and discuss these issues with fellow patent and trademark professionals.
This spring, the Dennemeyer Forum Series addresses what intellectual property law will look like in the future. The Future of IP and Technology Law is a complimentary half-day event held in eight cities across the United States. Lunch and networking opportunities are provided.
You will hear from intellectual property leaders like keynote speaker Jay Erstling, former Director of the Office of the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) and former Director-Advisor to the Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).
Listen to and ask question of panelists and speakers as you discover what changes that you need to prepare now for future growth. The event is co-sponsored by Dennemeyer and Robins Kaplan LLP. RSVP to one of the eight event locations:
|March 21||Palo Alto||April 27||Minneapolis|
|March 23||Los Angeles||May 9||Boston|
|April 5||Austin||May 11||New York City|
|April 25||Chicago||June 7||Seattle|
Space is limited in each city. Register today to save your seat.
Each city will have the same overall agenda; however, there may be small modifications based on the location. Additionally, the panelists for the patent and trademark discussions will vary per city. Check out the individual city pages for more details.
|Contintental Breakfast and Registration
Patent Panel – Preparing for the Future
How to Evaluate Annuity Spend
Break and Networking
Keynote: The Future of IP Law
Maximizing Patent Portfolio Value
Break and Networking
Trademark Panel – Preparing for the Future
IP Law and Ethics session (during lunch)
Locations and details:
|March 21||PALO ALTO|
|March 23||LOS ANGELES|
|May 11||NEW YORK CITY|
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