The Changing Face of Global IP in the Innovation Economy

18 November 2008 Tokyo, Japan Past Event

Location

Academy Hills
Roppongi Hills Mori Tower 49F
Tokyo, Japan

Agenda

November 18-19, 2008

The popular slogan of Japan as an IP-based nation aptly reflects Japan’s policy and the firm conviction that innovations and protection of IP assets are essential to Japan’s global leadership. Today, the global environment is not only increasingly competitive but changing rapidly. While in recent years, China has moved into the focus of interest, the United States and Europe, with markets of 303 million and 460 million affluent consumers respectively, remain fertile grounds for innovative Japanese companies.

Together with European Intellectual Property (IP) law firm Hoffmann-Eitle, Foley & Lardner LLP is pleased to present a two-day comparative seminar addressing the most up-to-date topics of recent developments in patent litigation, licensing, and prosecution in Europe and the United States.

Foley presenters include:

  • Pavan Agarwal, Partner, Electronics Practice
  • Sharon Barner, Partner, Chair, IP Department
  • John Feldhaus, Partner, IP Litigation Practice
  • Michael Kaminski, Partner, IP Department
  • Stephen Maebius, Partner, Co-Chair, Life Sciences Industry Team
  • Sterlon Mason, Associate, Electronics and International Practices
  • Matthew Smith, Associate, Electronics Practice
  • Harold Wegner, Partner, IP Department

For more information and a complete conference schedule, please visit www.tacpi-tokyo.com or contact Mayumi Wille.

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The Changing Face of Global IP in the Innovation Economy

Location

Academy Hills
Roppongi Hills Mori Tower 49F
Tokyo, Japan

Agenda

November 18-19, 2008