U.S. forums explore tackling changes in IP
How are you tackling the myriad of changes in IP? Dennemeyer is hosting a series of forums across the United States to facilitate discussion around strategic IP issues and how leading IP practitioners and departments are successfully tackling them.
From ambiguity surrounding IPRs and the impact of Alice vs. CLS to the changing landscape of consumption and competition brought on by ecommerce and mobile, businesses today are seeking out far-ranging solutions to manage their most valuable assets. The forum series helps to address these issues. This free half-day event is centered on networking and panel lead discussions. The goal is for trademark and patent leaders to walk away with additional tools, tips, and even new questions to help grow and leverage their IP.
After joining our forums, you will have a better handle on how to craft practical solutions to your IP challenges.
We would love for you to join us at one of our upcoming events!
Information and registration links:
|• Atlanta||April 11||Co-sponsor: Womble Bond Dickson|
|• Chicago||April 19||Co-sponsor: Nixon Peabody|
|• Houston||April 25|
|• San Francisco||May 9||Co-sponsor: Nixon Peabody|
|• Los Angeles||May 10||Co-sponsor: Nixon Peabody|
|• Minneapolis||June 5||Co-sponsor: Patterson Thuente|
|• New York:||June 13|
Pictures from the opening event in Seattle
Last week on March 7, we held our first event in Seattle. Although attendees were delayed due to a building elevator issue (for some reason no one wanted to walk up 75 flights of stairs!), once at the Columbia Tower Club, everyone dove into the networking and educational sessions.
Register for the next forum in Atlanta to discuss protecting and leveraging Intellectual Property - primarily, patents and trademarks - as businesses grapple with continuous change.
For its 2018 IP Quiz donation campaign, the Dennemeyer Group again partnered with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). This year the donation amount supports WWF’s campaign to reduce the input of plastic waste in our oceans and see nature be plastic free