4 Oct
2017

Coons, Matal and Ruschke among those confirmed in outstanding Patent Law & Policy 2017 speaking faculty

The speaking faculty for this year’s IAM Patent Law and Policy conference, taking place in Washington DC on 14th November, is now almost complete - and what a line-up we have. Among the outstanding faculty members are: Senator Chris Coons, co-sponsor of the STRONGER Patents Act introduced into the Senate earlier this year; Joseph Matal, acting head of the US Patent and Trademark Office; and David Ruschke, chief judge of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. They will be joining a number of other high-profile figures from the US patent community to explore the key policy and legal developments affecting rights owners in the country over the last 12 months, and to look at what the coming year might hold.

As well as an outstanding programme, Patent Law and Policy provides an unmissable opportunity to meet, network and engage with senior decision makers, licensing and deal influencers, and policy experts. In just three years the event has established itself as an essential part of the Washington DC patent calendar – something that is strongly reflected once again in 2017 by the calibre of those who have already registered to attend.

There are a limited number of delegate places still available and if you sign up to come along by the close of business on Friday 6th October you will qualify for a $100 discount on the regular registration fee. You can do that by clicking here and using the code ONLINEEB.

Joff Wild

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Joff Wild