September is back-to-school for kids. For IP rights followers it is back to keeping up with the myriad changes in law and value.
At least Four conferences – in New York, Silicon Valley and Tokyo – are worthy of serious consideration. Two of them are offer IP CloseUp readers a discount on registration.
On September 8 IPBC Japan will be held in Tokyo. IP Business Congress conferences are held globally every year and regionally, throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia.
Building on the success of regional one-day events held in Korea, Taiwan and China, IAM returns to Japan with a one-day event focusing on . “Corporate IP Best Practice.” This dedicated jurisdictional event will take place at the Hotel Okura. All sessions will be bilingual, with simultaneous Japanese-English translations, and there will be significant opportunities to network.
IP CloseUp readers use promo code IPCU2016 to receive a discount.
The 44th Intellectual Property Owners Association Annual Meeting will take place at the New York Hilton on September 11-13. Patent, trademark and copyright issues will be featured. For the full schedule, go here.
Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO), established in 1972, is a trade association for owners of patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets. IPO serves all intellectual property owners in all industries and all fields of technology.
A third important IP event to take place in September is In-House Strategy: Digital Media and Technology IP. Mark September 21-22 on your calendar in Santa Clara, CA, the heart of Silicon Valley. The conference agenda can be found here.
This conference is designed for counsel at companies of all sizes involved in the software and technology space. Presenters and panelists will discuss updates in trade secret, patent, and copyright law, and to hear updates about best practices and real-world advice on efficient IP protection.
IP CloseUp readers please use promo code IPCUBB to take $100 off of your registration.
The newly enacted Defend Trade Secrets Act has been described as the most significant expansion of federal trade secret law since the Lanham Act was enacted in 1946.
On September 27 at the Crowne Plaza Palo Alto, Managing Intellectual Property is holding “MIP Trade Secrets Forum.”
A $300 discount off the full delegate is available to IP CloseUp readers to attend. In-house counsel, corporate professionals, and academics attend free of charge. For the program, go here. To register, go here.
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