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MIP European Patent Reform Forum 2016 - Overview

September 6, Munich; September 8, Paris




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The fourth annual MIP European Patent Reform Forum returned to Munich on September 6 and Paris on September 8.

Following on from previous successful events, this year saw the largest number of delegates register for both locations with over 150 registered for Munich and 180 registered for Paris. Attendees came together to inevitably discuss the impact of Brexit on the UPC but also adopted a business as usual approach and discussed the latest in European patent developments. 

Photos and key takeaways will be made available for the event shortly. In the meantime, you can pre-register for future Managing IP patent events by emailing registrations@managingip.com



 

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