Leveraging IP in India

If any further proof is needed of India's surge towards being recognised as an intellectual property super-power, take a look at this conference programme. "Leveraging IPRs as Corporate and Financial Assets" was, until relatively recently, a phenomenon recognised in only a few choice economies - but India, powered by an emergent bio- and pharma-sector, Bollywood and a high level of expertise in software development, is producing plenty of IP that financial institutions are feeling more confident of taking as collateral.

The conference, a two-day affair in the Hilton Towers, Mumbai, is held under the auspices of the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce and law firm DSK Legal (formerly Andersen Legal India). The IPKat wishes this event luck and hopes that it will be well-attended. Merpel grumbles, this is all very well - but why can't Indian law firms have proper websites like their colleagues pretty well everywhere in the world?

Programme, booking and sponsorship details here
Leveraging IP in India Leveraging IP in India Reviewed by Jeremy on Wednesday, May 09, 2007 Rating: 5

No comments:

Powered by Blogger.