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Managing IP webinars coming up soon


We have a number of webinars planned during September and October, starting today with our launch of the IP Stars 2017 research

You can view the list of all upcoming webinars, and register for free, on our dedicated page. Note that we are constantly adding new content so check back regularly. 

Once signed up, you can join any webinar live or listen to and view the recorded version.

The first one coming up is IP Stars 2017 research - your questions answered, which takes place at 3pm today (All times are London time). My IP Stars researcher colleagues Kingsley Egbuonu and Jennifer Ruther will provide a guide to this year's research process and timing, and answer your questions. 

This webinar will be particularly useful for IP practitioners and business development managers who are responsible for submitting questionnaires to our IP Stars research and/or arranging interviews.

On September 26 we have University Patent Licensing and Enforcement, which will feature McKool Smith principals Steve Pollinger, Courtland Reichman and Craig Tolliver and will be moderated by our Americas editor Michael Loney. This starts at 5 pm London time.

Soon after, on September 29 at 5 pm, we have the first of two webinars on trade secrets. This will look at Trade Secrets: Strategies for understanding and litigating a DTSA cause of action and will be presented by R Mark Halligan of FisherBroyles, Mark L Krotoski of Morgan Lewis & Bockius, Linda K Stevens of Schiff Hardin and Peter J Toren of Weisbrod, Matteis & Copley. The second webinar in this series will take place in November.

Then, at 3pm on October 18 we have Brexit: the Impact on Your International Patent Filing Strategy, with presentations from Reinhard Ottway, CEO of RWS Group; Gary Smith, former WIPO Director; and Justin Simpson, founder of Inovia. 

All our webinars are free to join and if you listen live you can send questions to the speakers and take part in audience votes. Find our more, and sign up, here.

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More from across our site

We provide a rundown of Managing IP’s news and analysis coverage from the week, and review what’s been happening elsewhere in IP
The EUIPO management board must provide the Council of the EU with a performance assessment before it can remove the executive director
The European Commission confirmed that plans for a unitary SPC will be published in April alongside reforms to the SEP system
The court held that SEP implementers could be injuncted or directed to pay royalties before trial if they are deemed to be unwilling licensees
Patentees should feel cautious optimism over the EPO Enlarged Board of Appeal’s decision in G2/21, say European patent attorneys
Significant changes to the standard of law are unlikely, say sources, who note that some justices seemed sceptical that the parties disagreed on the legal standard
Sources say the High Court of Australia’s ruling that reputation is immaterial in trademark infringement cases could stop famous brands from muscling out smaller players
Three Republican and two Democratic Congress members have claimed that patent thickets hinder access to affordable medicine
Charles Hoskin of Singaporean e-commerce platform Shopee, who made the jump from a luxury brand, says honest conversations and collaborations are key to combatting counterfeiting
Adam Williams speaks to Managing IP about the legacy of Brexit and why IP has sometimes got ‘lost in the noise’ at Westminster