From IP to NP, Day Two: Part 2

The second session of 'From IP to NP' offered a choice of three topics:
1. (for senior management & stakeholders) "The Interface Between IP and Competition Law"
2. (for entrepreneurs) "Generating Value from Patents"
3. (for IP professionals) "The Emerging Importance of Design Protection"
This time, the Kat opted for "Generating Value from Patents", convened by Ilan Cohn (Senior Partner, Reinhold Cohn Group, Israel) and Andrew Ramer (Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Marqera).

Given the specialist nature of this topic, this Kat has posted his report on this session on the IPKat-approved IP Finance weblog, here
From IP to NP, Day Two: Part 2 From IP to NP, Day Two: Part 2 Reviewed by Jeremy on Monday, November 11, 2013 Rating: 5

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