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MIP Global Patent Roadshow 2018

February 13, Sheraton Palo Alto Hotel
February 15, Chicago


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Palo Alto

Palo Alto Registration is now open - confirm your place online

Free registration for in-house IP counsel, general counsel and heads of legal

Register here

Chicago Registration is now open - confirm your place online

Free registration for in-house IP counsel, general counsel and heads of legal

The MIP Global Patent Roadshow will be held at 2 locations,  Palo Alto and Chicago to provide US in-house IP counsel higher understanding of the dramatic changes in the global patent landscape.

MIP’s respected editorial team has carefully selected the most relevant international topics for our attendees, focusing only on the most on the most important approaches to IP protection and monetization.

This 2-city event will bring together IP leaders in corporations, associations and law firms to discuss major issues in key geo regions while encouraging networking with speakers, panelists and attendees.

Download the Palo Alto brochure here

Download the Chicago brochure here

Who you will meet?
Delegates to Managing IP events attend from a wide range of industries, including pharma, manufacturing, automotive, technology and telecommunications. Networking opportunities will be available with:

  • IP in-house counsel
  • Patent counsel
  • Heads of IP
  • Legal counsel
  • General counsel
  • Private practice lawyers

  Benefit of attending:

  • Discuss latest developments in global patent issues
  • Debate best practices for patent licensing and enforcement
  • Learn strategies to keep your patent litigation strategy flexible
  • Compare trade secret protections around the globe
  • Listen to essential updates on building and enforcing your IP value globally
  • Plus country/geo-specific deep dives into benefits and limitations around the globe

Kevin Pragas
+44 (0) 207 779 8938

Beth Ranney
+1 212 224 3542

Melanie Petch
+44 (0) 207 779 8836



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