IPI’s IP Day

by on April 15, 2008 · 5 comments

IPI’s Third Annual World Intellectual Property Day Event will feature panels on the latest content-conduit problem-solving (Digital Technologies: Emerging Challenges, Evolving Strategies with Mitch Bainwol of the RIAA, Dan Glickman of the MPAA, and Steve Largent of the Wireless Association).

The next considers the benefits and costs of IP (Social and Economic Benefits of IP: Who Wins? Who Loses? with Lien Verbauwhede Koglin of WIPO, Michael A. Gollin of Venable LLP and Public Interest Intellectual Property Advocates (PIIPA) and Mohit Mehrotra of Excel Life Sciences).

We move on to cover the valuation and trade of intellectual capital (The Intellectual Property Marketplace: The Role of IP Valuation & Tech Transfer with Usha Balakrishnan of Collaborative Social Responsibility Solutions, Abha Divine of Techquity, and Robert Cresanti of Ocean Tomo).

The last panel before lunch covers counterfeiting and enforcement (Combating (Dangerous) Counterfeits: How Countries are Policing their Borders) with Michael M. DuBose of the U.S. Department of Justice, Nicholas J. Smith of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and
Charles Williams of Cisco).

Then, lunch!

Thursday, April 24, 2008, 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Reserve Officers Association (ROA) Headquarters Minuteman Memorial Building
Minuteman Ballroom, 5th Floor
One Constitution Ave NE, Washington DC 20002

To register, kindly contact Erin Humiston at erin@ipi.org

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