Over recent years, there has been a vast array of changes in the US patent landscape including new legislation, USPTO procedural changes and some landmark US Supreme Court decisions. Additionally, meeting the demands of rapidly developing technology is causing unique opportunities and challenges for patent owners.
Drawing from the success of 2017, The MIP US Patent Forum returned to New York for two days for the first time. The forum explored recent developments which maximizes the potential of your patent portfolio and tips on managing budget uncertainty whilst maintaining the quality of your patents.
We will be applying to the New York bar for CLE accreditation. There are approximately 10 points pending approval which we will be notified of post-event. All registered attendees will receive an email notification once credits are approved.
NEW FOR 2019
- Guaranteed senior IP and legal counsel audience
- Engaging live polling and Q&A platform to get the thoughts of your peers in the room, as they happen
- Interactive, intimate and focused post-panel discussions
- Topical case studies and thought leadership sessions providing actionable insight
Key issues and updates will be addressed including:
- Updated claim construction in PTAB proceedings;
- Tracking the evolution of subject matter eligibility; and
- Collaboration as a driving tool for successful litigation management
Download the brochure here
The MIP US Patent Forum will bring together global leaders in corporations, industry associations and leading legal experts to share expertise and offer practical solutions, tips and strategies to release the value of your innovation whilst mitigating risk to ensure you are prepared to thrive in the rapidly developing US patent landscape.
TO PARTICIPATE IN THE MIP US PATENT FORUM FOR 2019
MARKETING & REGISTRATIONS
+44 (0) 207 779 8334
PROGRAMME & SPEAKING OPPORTUNITIES
+44 (0) 207 779 8730
+44 (0) 207 779 8836
Financial aid policy
Managing IP will make full or partial scholarships available for lawyers and law students experiencing financial hardships. Under this policy, a financial hardship is defined as income of $50,000 or less.
Financial aid guidelines:
|Unemployed ||Full scholarship |
|Income up to $35,000||75% discount|
|Income $35,000 to $50,000||50% discount|
|Income above $50,000||No discount|
To apply for financial aid, send your request on your employer’s letterhead, stating the reason for your application, along with a completed scanned copy of the registration form which can be found on the brochure to email@example.com. Law students are required to include a copy of their current student ID card. All requests for financial aid have to be submitted at least four weeks before the start of the conference.