IPBC India makes in-person return - last chance to join
IPBC India is returning in person for the first time since 2020, gathering a cohort of industry leaders at the Infosys Campus in Bangalore on 27 April. Delhi High Court Judge Prathiba Singh and IP heads at Biocon Biologics, Siemens, Ericsson, IBM and more will take the stage during the one-day event.
The fifth IPBC India offers delegates valuable networking opportunities alongside a packed programme geared towards the crucial Indian IP market, focusing on pressures affecting domestic business as well as international corporations operating in India.
Panel sessions zoom in on the next tech wave and how companies can adapt their strategies to best protect and utilise their IP now and in future; how to best assess the quality of patents; and licensing negotiations within the Indian IP landscape.
A fourth panel considers how Indian organisations are looking to move on from IP creation and protection to commercialisation while a fireside chat about the IP division of the court system is timely, given the recent launch of the Madras High Court’s IP division.
The confirmed speakers are:
Chandni Agarwal, Head of Interntional Portfolio Strategy and Technical Advisory, Global Patents, Google
John Cabeca, U.S. Intellectual Property Counselor for South Asia, United States Department of Commerce
Lyric Dubey, Lead, Intellectual Property, Rakuten Symphony India
M Faisal, Head, IP, Tata Motors
Arshad Jamil, Vice President & Head, IP Rights, Biocon Biologics
Lakshika Joshi, Lead IP Counsel, Global, Capgemini Engineering
Renju Hari Kumar, Global Head of Patents, Accenture
Mitsuaki Matsumura, Head of IP Licensing, APAC & EMEA, IBM
Michael Petracci, Senior Managing Director, Structured Products, GE Licensing
Pranay Prabhugaunkar, Head, IP India, Siemens
Faiz Rahman, Head, IP and Associate Vice President, Infosys
Nishant Sharma, Lead Counsel, IP & Litigation, Dolby
Pankaj Soni, Partner, Remfry and Sagar
Deepa Tiku, Partner, K&S Partners
Garg Vyas, Senior General Manager, IP, Legal, Cummins India
Srikanth Venkatesh, Head, IP Core Services, TCS
Vinodh Mewani, Head IP & Knowledge Management, Mahindra & Mahindra
Archana Chugh, Professor, IIT Delhi
Prathiba Singh, Judge, Delhi High Court
Sheetal Chopra, Director & India Lead, IPR Policy, Ericsson
Join your peers as we explore the opportunities and risks facing IP owners in today’s fast-paced business world. Register here.