Download the agenda for San Jose here.Download the agenda for New York City here.Managing Intellectual Property hosted the European Patent Reform Forum to San Jose on December 10 and New York on December 12.With the onset of the European Patent Reform and Unitary Patent Court (UPC) fastapproaching, it was time to look at how this will impact your work and startmaking necessary adjustments to your strategy. The Forum was tailored US IP expert, and discussed the unified patent court and the unified patent in detail. It also took an in-depth look at the most pressing issues for US companies. Delegates were able to:
By discussing the next steps and most recent updates of the European PatentReform, delegates gained an invaluable analysis of the details and specifics ofthe UPC, the unified patent and litigation strategies under the new court. Delegates now are in a position to create a strong IP strategy for Europe by taking advantage of this learning opportunity and gaining a head-start on your competitors. Deelgates benefited from high level debate on all of the pertinent topics and technical matters from the varied perspectives of corporations, service providers, the sciences and, of course, leading legal experts. In addition to this, Managing Intellectual Property brought to the agenda its global expertise to offer cutting-edge guidance on handling IP portfolios under the new UPC.
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