March 2, 2013
Kimberly Lindy of IPR is organizing a conference at the end of May that is entitled “Best Practices in IP 2013 – INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON CREATING AND EXTRACTING VALUE”.
The event, designed for In House IP Professionals, General Counsels, CFOs and CEOs and their advisers, offers an opportunity to discover how key industry players are building, managing, monetizing and protecting their IP rights.
The conference will enable participants to learn new ideas that they can then apply to their own company. The goal is to teach strategies that build and safeguard a company’s IP portfolio and increase the value it creates for the business. Participants will hear how their peers in International companies arrange budgets for IP investment, and how to value their portfolios. Ideas on monetization will be discussed, as will how to benchmark external providers to ensure that companies receive the most value for money.
The conference will focus on monetization strategies and portfolio management. Plenums with geographical focus are planned so that attendees can tailor their agendas by selecting sessions. The quality lunch will be an opportunity for round-table discussions, and there will also be time for one-on-one business meetings with a choice of solution providers.
The International list of speakers includes: o Ruud Peters, Chief Intellectual Property Officer Philips Group Innovation Intellectual Property & Standards (Netherlands) o Luc Savage, Director Intellectual Property and Licensing France Telecom/Orange (France) o Eric J Siecker, Head of Intellectual Property – Europe, Africa, Middle East & CIS., Caterpillar, Inc. (UK) o Kevin Cranman, General Counsel, Ericsson Television Inc. (US) o Andrew Browne, Senior IP Counsel Shell (Netherlands) o Steven Steger, Founder and Managing Partner Global IP Law Group. (US) o Paul Lerner, Vice President, WiLAN. NASDAQ traded patent monetization company with annual revenue of $100M. Bought the Alvarion portfolio for $19. (US) o Daniel Papst, Managing Director, Papst Licensing GmbH & Co KG Largest patent monetization company in Europe. (Germany)
Date: Wednesday May 29th 2013 Hours: 08:00 – 16:00 Place: Sheraton Hotel Tel Aviv
This looks like being a very interesting and quality program. The online conference site will be going up shortly. In the meantime, for more information or to register, please contact Kim directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
On 21 March 2012, the Law Department of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem is hosting a seminar titled “Global & Local Innovations in Patent Law”.
The program will start with registration at 8:45 am, and at 9:00 am, Prof. Barak Medina (Hebrew University), the Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks Adv. Assa Kling and Dr Guy Pessach (Hebrew University), will provide words of welcome.
The morning program proper starts at 9:30 with Professor Martin Adelman of George Washington University speaking on “Legal Developments in the United States”, followed by Dr Miriam Biton (Bar Ilan University) at 10:15 on “Updates in the Israel Law”.
After a coffee break at 11:15 am, Dr Amir Khoury (Tel Aviv University) will speak on “Developments in Europe and Internationally”.
At 12 PM there will be a question and answer session – but it is not clear who is questioning who. I suspect the speakers mentioned above will take questions from the audience.
From 12:30 to 2 pm there will be a lunch break, followed by an afternoon program devoted to developments and changes in patent examination in Israel.
Adv. Assa Kling will talk on the topic “is there an alternative to patent examination?” and Adv. Amit Ashkenazi the legal counsel to the Law and Technology Agency will talk on “Government and Web 2.0 - Legal Ramifications of Public Involvement”.
At 3:30, the coffee addicts will have a fourth opportunity to get their caffeine fix, and
at 3:45 Adv. Tal Band (Shin Horowitz) will talk on “Public Involvement and Intervention in Patent Granting in Israel” followed at 4:30 by Adv. Howard Poliner, Dept. of Advice and Legislation, Ministry of Justice, on “the Public Face – Responses”.
At 5:15 there will be a further opportunity for questions.
To register: email@example.com the event will be held in Bet Meyersdorf in the Mt Scopus Campus.
Branding and Trademarks מיתוג וסימני מסחר
On 9 February 2012, WIPO, the Israel Patent Authority and the Department of Trade and Industry are holding a seminar on “branding and trademarks”
The event will take place from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Trade Federation House, Rehov Hashmonaim 84, floor 1.
The purpose of the meeting is to provide small and medium sized businesses with tools for managing their IP.
Uriel Lyn will open the event.
Doron Goldberg will talk on branding
Anat Levi, the Head of the trademark Department at the Israel Patent Authority will discuss trademark prosecution before the Israel Patent Office and Adv. Eran Soroker will discuss the nature of non-generic characterisation of marks, slogans, and 3D marks.
No charge to attend, but limited seating. Please contact inbarm@chamber org. il to register.
The Forum of In House IP Managers, Israel
Announces the Next Meeting
”My Way or The Highway: Patent Prosecution Highways and Other Forms of Acceleration:
16:30 – 17:00 Registration, Informal Networking, Light Refreshments
17:00 – 17:45 Pros & Cons of the Regular Patent Process by Zeev Fisher of the Fisher Weiler Group
- · What’s wrong with the regular patent process?
- · What’s good about it?
- · Comparing patent acceleration routes in the US, Europe, Japan, China and Israel
- · Accelerations Vs. Examination Waivers
- · Overview of the Patent Prosecution Highways – the examination of the future – different PPHs in existence, why do it and why not; strategies on winning back scope
17:45 – 18:00 Short Break
18:00– 18:45 “Poor’s man Acceleration” The Unspoken Right of Utility Models.
- · Explore the definition of this most underutilized extremely handy and useful IP right
- · How and when to use it
- · Comparing and explaining the territorial rights in US, Europe, Japan, China, Korea, Russia
Rachel Diamant of IP Business Strategy to large and small companies.
On 14 February 2012, the AIPPI will be amorously promoting an event to examine the ramifications of the America Invents Act.
The event, open to members, is to be held at the Dan Tel Aviv Hotel 99 haYarkon Street (my idea, Claude Sterne of Quinn Emanuel who is speaking and sponsoring the event asked me to suggest an alternative to the Tel Aviv Hilton).
The program will run from 8:30 am to 1:30 PM, starting with coffee & cake, and finishing with a light lunch.
It’s not all food though. Food for thought will be provided by Adv. Theresa Kavanaugh of Goodwin Procter who will talk about the ramifications of the America Invents Act on patent prosecution.
After a coffee break, Adv. Claude Sterne of Quinn Emanuel will inform us as to how the Act will affect prosecution, and then Dr Yehuda Livne of Teva will provide an Israel perspective.
To register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Isn’t it great that IP Resources and the AIPPI combine forces to provide a full day patent program for Israeli patent enthusiasts, so we can forget that other people are involved in romantic activities on Valentine’s Day!