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International Women's Leadership Forum - Overview

June 4, 2015 - Convene Times Square, New York











Venue


After successful launches on the east coast, west coast and in London, the second annual MIP International Women's Leadership Forum returned to New York on June 4 2015. 

The Forum focused on US and global IP developments, and provided an opportunity for women in IP to hear the latest thoughts from senior leaders on subjects such as: litigation; protecting your patents; challenges in the IP industry; copyright; and trademarks.

The Forum also examined the importance of leadership, networking and business development, featuring guidance from leading general counsel and IP counsel who shared their own personal work experiences and career progression.

Who attended?

This event welcomed associates, senior associates and partners in private practice; as well as legal counsel, senior legal counsel and general counsel. The aim of the event is to provide an inclusive debate around building the talent pipeline as well as discussing the latest developments in IP.

Sponsors


 Baker & Mckenzie                 

Bartlit


               

Finnegan                 King & Spalding


McKool Smith                 

Powell Gilbert  
                   

                        


Supported by:

INTA     AIPLA  Legal Media Group

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