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INTERNATIONAL PATENT FORUM - PRESENTATIONS

April 16 & 17, 2013 - Sheraton Park Lane Hotel, London




















Day 1

Keynote Address: James Pooley, WIPO

IP & Business Focus: How to maximise the monetization of your patents

Bart Van der Stockt, UNILIN
Matthew Goodwin, Uniliver

Russia Focus: Natalia Gulyaeva, Hogan Lovells CIS

Europe, the unitary patent and unified court

Belinda Gascoyne, IBM
Gordon Harris, Wragge & Co
David Barron, Wragge & Co
David Rosenberg, GlaxoSmithKline

Doing business in China: Ensure that your patented assets in China are making you money

Qinghong Xu, Lung Tin
Roya Ghafele, University of Edinburgh & University of Oxford

Important tax take home points for in-house IP counsel: Overview and practical guide

Paul Wilmhurst, Charles River Associates
Tom Scott, McDermott Will & Emery


Day 2


Licensing: Best practices

Monica Winghart, ROL Group
Catriona Hammer, GE Healthcare
Roya Ghafele, University of Edinburgh & University of Oxford
Kevin Scott, Philips

Brazil Focus

David Merrylees, Dannemann Siemsen Bigler & Ipanema Moreira







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