NYC Corporate Counsel Dinner Event
November 14, 2019
3 West Club
IP Counsel Café - New York City IP Conference & Dinner Event
"The Power of Today's IP Counsel to Drive Change and Lead"
As IP assets increasingly become the core value of today's companies, IP Counsel have an unprecedented opportunity to shape law, business, and policy. This opportunity, however, is fraught with uncertainties around IP valuation and a constantly evolving legal landscape. This Fall, we invite you to join us for cocktails, dinner, and a frank discussion on current industry challenges and how we can move forward together to drive change and lead.
AI-related patents and Changes at the USPTO that we need to know about
How do recent IP litigation developments impact our IP strategy?
How to Create IP Value: New Monetization Strategies?
Don’t miss the Keynote Address by Allen Lo, Head of IP, Facebook
New! Women’s Networking Reception with presentation on Women Joining Corporate Boards
Don't miss this opportunity to meet your peers in NYC on November 14th.
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Networking Hour for Women Attorneys with discussion: Joining Corporate Boards
Women attorneys are invited to discuss their career trajectories, then Marla Perksy, former General Counsel at Boehringer Ingelheim and now an active corporate board member, will discuss why women attorneys might consider corporate board membership, and career strategies for securing a board position. Space is limited. Please register early!
Main Cocktail Reception and Live Music for All
Keynote Address: Lessons Learned as Head of IP at Juniper Networks, Google and Facebook
Vice President & Deputy General Counsel, Head of IP
Creating IP Value: New Monetization Strategies
Managing Director & Co-Head of Tech+IP Advisory
Patent Portfolio Manager
Catherine Ivers, PhD
Director, IP Law
Relationship Between AI and Patent Law
The power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is growing. Recently, patent applications were filed for inventions that were generated by an AI system rather than a human inventor. The named inventor on the patent application was the AI system. Should such an invention qualify for IP protection? What are the policy implications? What is the relationship between AI and existing patent laws? The USPTO has asked for public comments by October 11, 2019. Join us for a discussion on emerging issues.
- What technologies qualify for AI patent protection? What are the policy considerations?
- How is the USPTO treating AI patent applications?
- How to obtain protection for AI inventions?
- How can stakeholders and the USPTO work together to improve protection for AI inventions?
- How will the USPTO be treating AI inventions under the current law? And what changes are on the horizon?
- Is the USPTO coordinating with offices in other countries to create a harmonious protection regime for AI inventions?
Senior Patent Counsel
Senior Counsel, IP Center of Excellene
BMO Financial Group
Valencia Martin Wallace
Deputy Commissioner for Patent Quality
PTAB & Litigation Strategy Update
Lead Judge Thomas Giannetti
How We Work with Law Firms Today: What In-House Counsel Want & Evolving Work Structures
- How are we selecting our law firms?
- How do we work with our law firms today?
- How are work structures evolving?
- How to work with your law firms as you build out your legal department?
Director, Strategic Development & IP, Counsel
Titan Medical Inc.
Principal Counsel, Patent Attorney
The Walt Disney Company, ESPN
Vice President & Deputy General Counsel, IP, Global Technology Solutions, Technology & Product Development
Chief Operations Officer
Penn Center for Innovation
Senior Patent Counsel
Executive Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Litigation
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