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MIP Euro Law Conference 2018

June 14-15,  Hoffmann Eitle Munich Office


The MIP Euro Law Conference 2018 returned for its third biennial year at the Hoffmann Eitle Munich Office on 14-15 June.The conference addressed the complex issues associated with all areas of industrial property protection, to help you better manage your IP portfolio. 

Not only did the conference provide an opportunity to learn about legal tech strategies, patent validity claim and dispute resolution techniques but also to network with IP in-house counsel, heads of IP/legal, patent counsel and private practice lawyers over coffee and lunch.

Training course

As a lead-in to the conference, Hoffmann Eitle also hosted a three-day training course, on 11, 12 & 13 June , HOFFMANN EITLE which ran a training course at its Munich offices. The training course was more interactive and had more of a classroom style. It focused on practical advice for dealing with patentable inventions, disclosure issues, drafting pitfalls, patent prosecution work, appeals, patent litigation, oral proceedings at the EPO and the basic concepts of the UPC.

The training course was open to all in-house counsel and to private practice from outside of Europe. HOFFMANN EITLE had arranged a room block at the nearby Sheraton München Arabellapark Hotel.

Download the Training Course brochure here

Download the Conference brochure here

Who attended?

  • IP in-house counsel
  • General counsel
  • Directors of litigation
  • Judges
  • Heads of IP
  • Heads of legal
  • Patent counsel
  • Private practice lawyers

Attendees benefited from:

  • Discuss the challenges and opportunities for law firms in the application of legal tech in intellectual property
  • Develop a future proof and comprehensive licensing and legal tech strategy
  • Review the latest developments at German infringement courts
  • Understand the scope of patent claims in Germany and the UK
  • Explore effective dispute resolution mechanisms in Europe


Kevin Pragas
+44 (0) 207 779 8938

Anthonia Kehinde
+44 (0) 207 779 8359


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Hoffmann Eitle

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