Can businesses and entrepreneurs compete with weaker U.S. patents in an innovation-driven global economy?
An event featuring a broad range of IP thought-leaders on October 26 in Silicon Valley will attempt to find out.
“Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Patenting in the U.S. – Implications for the future of U.S. Competitiveness” is the topic of a presentation and networking session being held at H-P World Headquarters in Palo Alto on Wednesday October 26 at from 6:00 to 8:30.
The event is open to the public and limited seating is available on a first come basis. There is a $40 charge to cover food and refreshments.
Speakers include Professor Carl J. Schramm, The Hon. Judge Randall Rader (Ret.) David J. Kappos, former USPTO Commissioner and former head of intellectual property at IBM, and Professor Adam Mossoff of George Mason University School of Law where he co-founded the Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property. Robert Aronoff is the organizer. The International IP Commercialization Center is the sponsor.
For the full list of speakers go here. To register go here.