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April 2018

Two Perfect Days: San Mateo (IPforward 2018 Recap)

They came, they listened, they chatted. And they ate very, very well.

The San Mateo Marriott welcomed IP leaders from many of the world’s most innovative companies to the IPforward 2018 conference (April 11) and User Group Meeting (April 10) last week. They left sated by compelling presentations, peer-to-peer networking and excellent food.

It was the fourth time we’ve invited in-house counsel and IP staff to learn from their peers, and everyone left enthused by real-world examples of what’s working and what’s possible in IP.

April 2018

IPforward 2018 Preview

 

If it’s April in the Bay Area and it concerns IP, it means IPforward 2018 will again welcome hundreds of IP professionals to the Silicon Valley, a region synonymous with 21st-century American innovation. We hope to see you in San Mateo.

April 2017

“Diversity of Perspectives” Highlight 3rd IPforward Conference


Image: A lot of expertise on stage for "The Art and Science of Creating IP Value" session

More than 125 IP professionals from the USA, Canada, and several European countries joined us last week for IPforward 2017. It was the third annual gathering we’ve organized for in-house counsel and IP operations staff to learn from their peers.

March 2017

IPforward Becoming “Can’t Miss” IP Management Conference

On an IP Management conference list, IPforward is definitely becoming one of the must-attend dates on the calendars of IP leaders in the United States. We’re delighted of course.

The third version of IPforward, April 13 at the Sofitel Hotel in Redwood Shores, continues the “bigger and better than the previous event” arc. IPforward 2017 offers more speakers, a superb keynote and an expanded topic range. With much higher pre-registrations than in previous years, we will host close to 200 IP leaders for an animated and interactive day.

May 2016

How IP Leaders Can Win C-Suite Support - Interview with Bruce Elder of IDT - Part II

Continuing the latest installment of IP Answers, IDT’s Legal Director of Intellectual Property and Licensing Bruce Elder explains how in-house counsel can get attention and budget from the C-suite for their IP program.

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