1 Jul
2015

Announcing a major new event focused on how legal and legislative changes are affecting the US patent market

On 17th November, IAM hosts a unique event at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Centre in Washington DC. Patent Law and Policy: Courts, Congress and the Monetisation Landscape is a one day conference focusing on the ways in which those looking to do patent-based transactions in the US have been affected by ongoing legislative action and court decisions, what is in store over the coming years and how to build successful strategies in today's challenging landscape. It will also examine the views of investors, deal advisers and other intermediaries outside the Beltway on how developments are affecting patent values and the wider investment climate.

With patent reform on the DC agenda for much of the last decade, the Supreme Court hearing more patent cases than ever before, the growing influence of the PTAB, regulatory authorities taking a closer look at patent-based business models and the International Trade Commission becoming an increasingly popular forum, it has never been more important to understand the legal and legislative currents shaping the US patent landscape. For companies with large portfolios and significant monetisation operations, law and policy developments must be factored into all strategic planning.  
Patent Law and Policy will provide senior managers in operating companies, non-practising entity executives, intermediaries, lawyers, advisers and other patent professionals with a unique opportunity to get to the heart of the trends affecting all aspects of the US patent monetisation market.

The normal registration price to attend Patent Law and Policy is $925, but until 21st July we are offering an early bird rate of $625 if you use the promotional code SEB1AE. To register, please click here.

Joff Wild

Author | Editor-in-chief

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Joff Wild