A number of IP-related events are held throughout the world each year. On this page you will find details about those that we consider to be the most significant and interesting from the perspective of an IAM reader, including the most up-to-date information concerning IPBC Global, IPBC Asia and other conferences organised by IAM and Law Business Research.
27 January 2021
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM UTC
Hosted by HGF
27 January 2021
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM UTC
Hosted by McAndrews
27-28 January 2021
IP is one of the most important assets a business can own and is increasingly prominent on the corporate agenda. While budgets get tighter and resources scarcer, threats continue to grow. All the while, IP leaders must ensure they are protecting their assets and proactively mitigating the risks surrounding them.
IAM’s IP Risk Management event, live on Zoom on January 27 and 28 2021, will focus on key strategies, best practices and lessons learned for identifying, measuring and mitigating IP risk.
IAM Webinar - Avoiding avoidable oppositions through attentive patent prosecution in India: the telescopic view
22 February 2021 - GoTo Webinar
15:00 - 16:00 UTC
Hosted by Chadha & Chadha and Google
22-26 March 2021
IPBC Connect returns to Zoom for a week of high-level discussions involving the world’s leading IP experts.
From 22-26 March, IAM will be hosting more than 20 individual interactive digital sessions, each designed to facilitate the exchange of information and insight, benchmarking and the sharing of the best practice in key areas of strategic IP value creation.
Each day will start with a keynote address from a major industry figure followed by live breakout discussions lasting for a maximum of 60 minutes. These will be in a variety of formats, including masterclasses, open discussions forums, solution rooms and closed-door, invite-only boardrooms.
You can register for as many sessions as you like across the week, building your own schedule.
14-15 April 2021
Life sciences IP strategies will need to be revised significantly in the coming years to reflect technological, legal and political shifts, some of which have been accelerated by the extraordinary events of 2020.
IAM’s Pharma & Biotech IP Connect will bring together leading in-house practitioners and expert outside counsel to explore the most important IP trends impacting the industry. Discuss how IP professionals can best adapt their approaches to protecting and commercialising their clients’ innovations.
28-29 April 2021
IAM is delighted to present the inaugural Patent Transactions, an online event designed to deliver a global overview of IP dealmaking, with a separate deep-dive focus on the Asia-Pacific market.
On 28 and 29 April, many of the world’s leading IP dealmakers will share best practices around buying, selling and licensing patents in the ever-changing global landscape.
Engage with key licensing decision makers, buyers and sellers from across the patent market and learn first-hand from their experience and insight.
6-7 May 2021
Being held virtually for 2021, IAM’s Auto IP Connect will bring together the world’s leading OEMs, high tech innovators, industry disruptors and tier suppliers to share best practice and leading IP strategies for the future of automobility.
11-12 May 2021
AI is revolutionising the way that people interact with technology across the world and is transforming day-to-day processes. As technology storms ahead, patent systems and IP managers are battling with the challenge of how best to ensure that IP is protected.
IAM’s virtual AI IP Connect event will explore the latest strategies and insight IP managers can use to keep up with AI innovation as it far outpaces the laws surrounding it.
14-16 November 2021 - Seattle, USA
IPBC Global will bring the world’s IP business leaders back together again in 2021 when it reconvenes in Seattle, the fastest growing tech hub in the USA and home to some of the most innovative businesses on the planet.
From 14 to 16 November 2021, attendees at the world’s leading IP event will enjoy unsurpassed networking and deal-making opportunities, as well as the chance to join high-level discussion around the key challenges facing those responsible for developing IP business strategies now and into the future.
Korea is a key global IP-player and the crucial status of many of its corporate giants within the global supply chain make it a fascinating, yet challenging, IP market. IPBC Korea will provide a packed, fully bilingual, one-day programme tackling the IP policy developments, market trends and commercial pressures affecting both Korean enterprises’ overseas business and international corporations operating in Korea.
6-8 December 2021
The Asia-Pacific region’s role within the global IP market has never been more crucial as political tensions, technological developments and commercial strategies collide. Huge opportunities exist, but there are also huge risks, and corporate IP management has never been harder to navigate. Against this background, IAM is pleased to be returning to Shanghai for the eighth IPBC Asia. With over 500 delegates representing the elite of the region’s corporate IP community, this is IAM’s flagship event in the region and an unmissable business opportunity.
IAM’s combined programme: IPBC Southeast Asia, hosted by IAM, and Brand Strategy Southeast Asia, presented by World Trademark Review, will be split into two dedicated streams: IPBC – IAM’s focused IP value creation agenda – and Brand Strategy – WTR’s detailed brand management programme. Sessions will run concurrently, with delegates able to switch between streams to match their interests