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MIP Global Trademark Roadshow 2018

March 13, Intercontinental Downtown, Los Angeles
March 15, Convene 810 Seventh Ave, New York


The  Managing IP Trademark Roadshow 2018 returned to New York, March 15 and Los Angeles on March 13 to provide in-house trademark and IP counsel with a unique opportunity to elevate their knowledge of the global trademark marketplace through engaging talks, networking, and of course, learning the interesting developments in global trademarks.

As US companies continue to expand their trademark practices into the global landscape, in-house counsel, as well as their outside counsel, must keep abreast on the different trademark developments around the world.

Download the Los Angeles brochure here

Download the New York brochure here

Who attended?

  • IP in-house counsel
  • Heads of IP
  • IP Portfolio Manager
  • General Counsel
  • Scientist
  • Senior branding experts
  • Private practice lawyers
  • Patent counsel
  • Administrative Judge
  • Director of Government Relations
  • Chief legal officers
  • Paralegals
  • Corporate and legal affairs

Delegates were able to learn:

  • How brands, rather than patents, may be a better predictor of innovation value
  • Coping with piracy and counterfeiting
  • What every brand lawyer needs to know to be a better strategic partner to business teams
  • Effective copyright strategy including social and mobile
  • Using artificial intelligence and management systems to protect your trademarks
  • When does it make sense to litigate?
  • How blockchain is helping in the fight against counterfeits

Kevin Pragas
+44 (0) 207 779 8938

Beth Ranney
+1 212 224 3542

Melanie Petch
+44 (0) 207 779 8836


  Brooks Kushman



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