Reader Discount: IP Seminar at Volvo Cars in Sweden on 8 and 9 October

The natural place for a cat in a car
Despite what seems to be a whole fleet of designer sports cars parked on the street outside of her house each day, the AmeriKat is not particularly tempted to part with that kind of money to watch it depreciate before her eyes.  Much rather have a luxurious, safe and comfortable car (preferably with heated seats).  Which, in the AmeriKat's family, means a Volvo.  So, after the interesting event at Airbus last year (see Kat report here), the AmeriKat's whiskers perked up when she learned that the next IP Seminar would be at Volvo Cars' Headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden on 8 and 9 October.  

The seminar will be an in-depth look into the emerging challenges and future developments of IP in the automotive industry.  Topics will include:
  • Automation, Electromobility and Connectivity: from Conception to Production of Shared, Connected, Autonomous and Green Vehicles
  • In-house IP Management: New structures of governance, workflow organization of the IP stream. Tools for IP across the industry. New developments in patent analytics.
  • OEMs and suppliers: Practices and strategies in the automotive industry. New developments and efficiencies. Reaction to regulations and industry practices.
  • Risk and opportunity of IP in a changing landscape within the automotive industry. Comparisons to the aerospace, telecommunications and IT sectors.
  • Cross-industry standards:  Litigation and dispute scenarios and strategies. Update on the court systems globally.
  • IP Valuation: Recent M&A deals and JV activities. Organic and cross border inorganic growth strategies in the automotive industries.
Speakers include Raymond Millien (VP, Chief IP Counsel at Volvo Cars), Claudius Leibfritz (CEO, Allianz Automotive), Nicolas Schifano (Associate General Counsel, Microsoft), Aude de Clerq (Technology Transfer Officer, European Space Agency) and Charlotta Ljungdahl (VP of Group IP, Air Liquide).  

The IPKat is also pleased to announce that Kat Readers will get a 10% discount on registration by using the code IPK19 when registering.  For more information click here.  See you there!

Reader Discount: IP Seminar at Volvo Cars in Sweden on 8 and 9 October Reader Discount:  IP Seminar at Volvo Cars in Sweden on 8 and 9 October Reviewed by Annsley Merelle Ward on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 Rating: 5

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