EPO, AI and awards: MIP joins CIPA on latest pod
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EPO, AI and awards: MIP joins CIPA on latest pod

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Managing IP’s Max Walters appeared on the latest episode of ‘Two IPs in a pod’, a regular podcast hosted by the UK patent attorney body, to discuss AI, awards and more

Managing IP deputy editor Max Walters is used to asking questions, but the boot was on the other foot recently when the UK’s Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys invited him to appear on its aptly named podcast ‘Two IPs in a pod’.

Speaking to CIPA’s deputy chief executive Neil Lampert and honorary secretary Gwilym Roberts, who is also chair of patent and trademark attorney firm Kilburn & Strode, Max was quizzed on what has been top of the news agenda for Managing IP as well as the top trends facing law firms.

He also discussed the history of the publication and previewed Managing IP’s EMEA Awards, which take place on April 11.

To listen to the podcast, you can either click on CIPA’s LinkedIn post or access it via the CIPA website.

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