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Find out more about this year's International Patent Forum, US Patent Forum, Awards Dinners and other events on our dedicated page

IPF audience

This year's International Patent Forum will take place at the Waldorf Hilton in London on March 8 and 9, and will once again include panels on topical patent issues from all over the world, including the UPC, standard-essential patents and the latest issues in the biopharma industries. 

Soon after, our US Patent Forum takes place on the West and East coasts. The Forum visits Palo Alto on March 21 and Washington DC on March 23 and promises discussions on PTAB, patent litigation and the latest Supreme Court cases. 

Later in the year, we have two new events. The IP Strategy Forum, taking place in London on April 26, will look at a variety of strategic and business issues relevant to IP. And the Global Patent Forum will bring the latest news and analysis on patent trends around the world to our US audience.

All of our events are free to attend for in-house counsel and sponsors.


Full details of the programmes, prices and timings are regularly updated on our dedicated events page.

Awards 2017

You will also find more information there on the Global Awards, which take place at The Savoy in London on March 9, and the North America Awards in Washington DC on March 23, including how to book places and tables.

To reserve a place at either Awards dinner, speak to your usual contact or one of those people listed on the site.

The shortlists for all the awards categories will be published online later this month.

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