InternationalUSRemember you can easily switch between MIP US and MIP International at any time

IP advocates honoured at North America Awards

Eileen McDermott, New York


Managing IP’s sixth annual North America Awards ceremony included awards in nearly 70 categories, including achievement awards for INTA’s Alan Drewsen, Robert Armitage and David Kappos, all of whom have recently ended careers dedicated to improving the IP system and advocating for IP change

Alan Drewsen and Kathryn Barrett Park

The awards were held Tuesday night at the Willard InterContinental Hotel in Washington DC.

Drewsen, who won the Lifetime Achievement Award, spent 15 years as executive director of INTA, and helped to assemble the task force responsible for drafting the...


Please log in to read the rest of this article.

New to Managing Intellectual Property? Take advantage of free access to up to 5 articles on Managing IP and become a member today. It’s free to join and the benefits start straight away.

Already registered?

Please make sure you log in to read the rest of the article.

Log in

Join us now

Gain FREE access to up to five free articles when you register now.

Join here

profile

Managing IP

ManagingIP

ManagingIP profile

Rare #FedCirc decision signals hope post-Alice - analysis of Visual Memory, LLC v NVIDIA Corp https://t.co/tBOHtFLoDs

Aug 21 2017 04:54 ·  reply ·  retweet ·  favourite
ManagingIP profile

RT @EINPresswire: Michelson 20MM Foundation to Partner with the Center for Intellectual Property Understanding on IP Education https://t.co

Aug 21 2017 04:53 ·  reply ·  retweet ·  favourite
ManagingIP profile

RT @WIPO: Brunei has granted its first ever patent to a local inventor! @UDRAEnterprise's Ms. Akhmarina explains their invention, a car win…

Aug 21 2017 04:29 ·  reply ·  retweet ·  favourite
More from the Managing IP blog


null null null

Mid Year 2017

Eastern District suffers Heartland attack

The Supreme Court’s TC Heartland v Kraft decision has been hailed as the death knell for the Eastern District of Texas, with one analysis predicting a 69% drop in filing there. But, as Natalie Rahhal reports, the picture may be more nuanced than that



Most read articles

Supplements