Adam Houldsworth

Many outstanding IP figures have been put forward for IP Hall of Fame induction in 2018 since IAM launched its annual nomination process three weeks ago, but there is still time to make a submission before the closing date of 8th March.

Please tell us about the individuals you believe have made an extraordinary contribution to the IP industry by completing this short form.

Nominees can be living or deceased, and may have made their contribution to intellectual property as a lawyer, teacher, policy-maker, business person, or in any other role. You may nominate several candidates, but self-nominations or those that are clearly made for promotional purposes will not be accepted.

All valid nominations will be submitted (anonymously) to the IP Hall of Fame Academy – composed of past inductees and recognised IP thought-leaders – whose members will vote to determine which of the nominees to induct in 2018.

Our 2018 inductees will be announced in April, and will be honoured in a ceremony at the IPBC Global in San Francisco this June.

We look forward to receiving your recommendations.

New subscriber offering coming in March

Big changes are on the way for the IAM platform: from March we will be providing subscribers with even more detailed analysis of and intelligence about developments in the global IP market, as well as giving them an exclusive first look at the IAM Patent 1000 2018 rankings. While some content will remain free to view, non-subscribers will lose automatic access to the intelligence, analysis and data that we publish daily, and will not be able to view much of the new material that we will be offering to subscribers. Further details are available here