22nd-23rd October, Amsterdam
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- Maximise the potential of IP through licensing by promoting partnerships and monetising corporate IP without the threat of litigation
- Reduce quantity and increase quality in your portfolio by using the latest market-leading models for better managing your filing strategy
- Strengthen your organisations Global approach by accessing workshops led by IPOs and unique case studies from corporate professionals
- Increase the international reach of your IP, with dedicated sessions designed to map out the opportunities, threats, and routes available to ensure success
- Building a multinational IP portfolio, through international cooperation, and promoting open innovation and FRAND licensing.
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- The needs of IP executives from across a range of geographies and industries, and why it is essential to address industry-agnostic matters, looking at specific issues at the IP conference
- Audience Overview: The visitor profile onsite; breakdown of seniorities and countries attending
- The bespoke sponsor packages available to your company to meet your business objectives
- An overview of the IP conferences which will be hosted throughout 2019
- An insight in to the Global companies which attend our IP conferences
We were delighted to have Sonia Cooper, Senior Patent Attorney from Microsoft share her insights on the 4th industrial revolution: How the rise of AI will amplify its impact.
As global patent filings have increased exponentially year on year, the value of IP protection and monopolisation cannot be understated. While there are regional differences within IP, the ever-more interconnected the business world has made it imperative that IP approaches are simplified to allow themselves to respond to the changing global landscape.
In light of the rapidly evolving and dynamic IP landscape, we have conducted a survey of 200+ IP professionals, so as to better understand the current trends in solution adoption for IP counsel and in-house legal experts.
The IP World Summit took place in Amsterdam last year, which primarily focused on the management of digital changes and the future proofing of IP strategies at a global level.
Legal IQ are providing an outline of the key discussions which took place, the attendees of the conference and insights into where the industry is heading.
Asia accounted for 47% of Patent Cooperation Treaty applications in 2016, compared to 25% for Europe and 23% for North America. Building an enforcement mechanism to further stimulate inventions and provide financial rewards will undoubtedly assist in the development of innovation in this region. In light of this, we have put together this handy infographic providing an overview of Asia’s IP development in four key nations and the extent to which these countries are harnessing IP to reap economic rewards.
Legal IQ conducted a survey of over 100 IP professionals from various global regions in order to build up a picture of the global IP landscape and the patent-related challenges faced in different regions.
This report looks into a number of elements surrounding IP creation and enforcement globally, including:
- The key challenges of patent enforcement in the current climate
- Which region is leading the way in IP monetisation?
- IP solutions and software that should be prioritised over the next 2 years
- Key changes in views of IP management over the past decade
Intellectual value forms the foundation for market dominance of some of the world's leading businesses. IP assets can represent up to 70 per cent of a company’s value, so it is no wonder spend on patents and trademarks is booming, yet the true worth of IP remains difficult to measure...
Download this eBook to discover the importance of measuring the value of your IP portfolio, the pathway to doing so and how to identify flaws in your business processes.
It has become apparent that IP leaders have realised that in order to enhance the strategic value of their IP and to move from being viewed as a cost centre to a strategic contributor to the business, it’s essential that their strategy is closely aligned with their overall business goals as well as ensure the strategy is communicated effectively across the global business.
This report is the ultimate guide to the most pressing and sought after investment priorities that are shaping the future strategies of IP and Patent professionals from global corporates across the high tech, telecoms, software, pharmaceutical, retail, FMCG, online and oil & gas industries including companies such as AkzoNobel, Diageo, Ericsson, Panasonic, EPO, Thomson Reuters and many more.
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To find out what progress has been made to the improvement of foreign brands’ IP enforcement procedures we interviewed IAM300 top IP strategists, Jeff Lindsay, Head of IP, Asia Pulp and Paper.
Foreign brands continue to face difficulty in this area, so we asked Lindsay to draw upon his many years of experience working within the Chinese IP system.