Wednesday, September 5, 2012

AIPF Annual Meeting October 1 and 2: "Intellectual Property as a Corporate Asset"

If you're interested in learning about using IP as a corporate asset, and in getting your CLE at the same time, check out the upcoming program put on by the AIPF (Association of Intellectual Property Firms) on October 1 and 2 in Washington, D.C.

The theme of this year's Annual Meeting is "Intellectual Property as a Corporate Asset", and the program includes presentations on theme topics such as "Models for Monetizing Patents in the 21st Century," "Asset Valuation," and "Tech Transfer after the Obama Technology Objective." The program also includes various IP law topics such as the AIA and the Patent Prosecution Highway, as well as practice development topics like "In-Person and Online Strategies for Networking" and "The Paperless Office".

This year will mark the third time I've attended this event. More info at AIPF 2012 Annual Meeting and Program Schedule.

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