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The fifth annual MIP US Patent Forum returned to Washington D.C on Thursday March 17 2016. 

In light of the recent draconian environment in the US, this forum took an in-depth analysis of post-grant proceedings before USPTO’s PTAB and examined strategies to make patents more secure, exploring levels of proof and understanding how claims are construed.

From understanding the proposed federal law of trade secret protection, to litigation trends, design protection and global IP developments, the MIP US Patent Forum was a learning opportunity for IP leaders to help them finalise their strategies ahead of the proposed reforms to stay one step ahead of their competitors.

The programme addressed the major issues at hand and encouraged the highest level debate on all the pertinent topics and technical matters from the varied perspectives of a wide range of stakeholders. In addition to this, MIP brought to the agenda its global experience so as to offer multinational corporations cutting-edge guidance on handling IP portfolios in a globalised world.

The MIP US Patent Forum brought together world leaders in corporations, industry associations, and international leading experts to discuss and impart valuable knowledge.


Benefits of attending

  • Examine recent trends in litigation at the ITC and US District Court
  • Join analysis on post-grant proceedings and PTAB trials
  • Evaluate the impact of the Alice v CLS Bank decision
  • Assess how the amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure will impact District Court litigation
  • Discuss strategies to utilise trade secret protection and prevent innovation theft
  • Understand how to select the best design enforcement strategies


Who delegates met

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

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