The third CIIPM Annual Meeting will take place on 11th July 2018 from 1pm at Homerton College Conference Centre. This year’s theme is ‘Innovation, Licensing, Valuation’, with some great speakers lined up to talk on the three topics.
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The organisers write:
There will be a small exhibition, a poster session (new for 2018), lunch, breaks and post meeting drinks - so plenty of time for networking.
Speakers include Roya Ghafele from OxFirst who will start the afternoon off with her talk on ‘IP valuation methods under the Unified Patent Court’. OxFirst were recently awarded an IP Excellence Award as ‘Best Intellectual Property Valuation Firm' in the UK.
We are also proud that Maddy Marley from GSK will talk about searching for patents to inform decisions on Prior Art and Freedom to Operate matters.
Other talks will cover licensing of patents, know-how (ARM) and product licensing (Taylor Wessing), IP Risk mitigation, IP insurance and using IP information for better business intelligence.
As in previous years there will be a small exhibition giving the opportunity to meet IP search software, IP management and other IP and information service providers. So far we have the UK IPO, Minesoft, RWS, Questel, FIZ Karlsruhe/ CAS and EBSCO signed up. There are still exhibition spaces available so please email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you would be interested in taking a space.
Find out about ongoing research into IP Matters in the UK in our Poster Session. Graduate students from UK University departments working in IP and Information related fields are being invited to submit posters to present at the meeting.
Cost: £95 + VAT ('Early Bird' until 15th June)
The Cambridge Information and Intellectual Property Meeting (CIIPM) was founded by Jane List and Stuart Newbold. CIIPM hosts an annual meeting and provides training in the IP matters and information search and analysis. The CIIPM annual meeting provides an opportunity for knowledge sharing for those engaged with the commercialisation of technologies using intellectual property, and those needing information to make legal and commercial decisions.