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MIP Africa Roadshow 2016 - Delegate list

Wednesday April 6 2016, Convene Times Square, New York





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Past delegates to the MIP International Patent Forum have come from South Africa, Russia, France, Germany, Holland, Spain, the United States and of course the UK to join the event. Companies of those in attendance included senior patent counsel, IP professionals and private practice from:

A.A. Thornton & Co.
Adams & Adams
Agco
AGCO
Alfa Laval Corporate
Allen & Overy
Anand & Anand
ARM
Arval BNP Paribas Group
ASOS.com
Barclays
Bayer
Belapharm
Biomet Europe
Brigham Young University
British American Tobacco
Browne Jacobson
BT
Business Atrium
Canon Europe
Cisco
ConocoPhilips
Copyright Society of Nigeria
D3O
Danfoss
Deacons
Department for Business, Innovation & Skills
Di Blasi, Parent & Advogados Associados
DooWapp
DSM IP Assets B.V.
DSM Nutritional Products
e2v Technologies
Edwards Vacuum
Element Six
Eli Lilly and Company
Erdenet Mining Corporation
Ericsson
European Patent Institute
European Patent Office
European Research Institute of Catalysis
eValue
Finnegan
Fisher Adams Kelly
Fujitsu
Gala Coral Group
GE International
GKN
GlaxoSmithKline
Glory Global Solutions
Gorodissky & Partners
Greenberg Traurig
GWE (UK) Automotive Systems
HIS Life Sciences
Hitachi
Hitachi Rail Europe
Hogan Lovells
HSBC
IBM
Imerys Ceramics France
Ingenium
Intel
Intellectual Investment Ireland
Intelligent Energy
InterDigital Communications
IP Academy of Singapore
Jaguar Land Rover
Kemp Little
Kilburn & Strode
Lall & Sethi
Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik
Licks Attorneys
Liu Shen & Associates
Livingstone Partners
London School of Economics
Lung Tin
Magnetti Marelli
Marks & Spencer
MCS Corporate
MDeC
Médecins Sans Frontières
Mehmet Gün & Partners
Metaswitch Networks
Mijares Angoitia Cortes y Fuentes
Mitsubishi UFJ Trust International
Morningside IP
Mylan
NEC China
NEC Europe
Nexeon
Nissan Technology Centre
Nokia
Novartis International
Orange
Park IP Translations
Premier Foods
Premier Mideast FZE
Public Health England
PwC
Reckitt Benckiser
Richemont International
Ricoh Europe
RIST
Rovi Corporation
Sanofi
Schaffner Group
Science and Technology Facilities Council
Shell International
SHIPs (Shanghai Hi-Tech Industrial Parks)
SICPA
Singh & Singh
Sisvel
Smartmatic
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe
Sony Europe
Southprime
Spoor & Fisher
SwiftKey
Telefónica
The Dezac Group
Theropt
Tilleke & Gibbins
Timoney Technology
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
UK Intellectual Property Office
Valea
Valipat
Vodafone
Withers & Rogers
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co.
Xerox
Zacco Sweden


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