‘Bridges, Not Barricades’: IPAN members have complimentary access to the 6th Annual Intellectual Property Awareness Summit to be held virtually on 02 May 2023
The sixth annual Intellectual Property Awareness Summit® (IPAS 2023) will be held virtually on 02 May 2023 in Boston in conjunction with Northeastern University’s Center for Research Innovation (CRI). IPAS is a gathering of IP owners, creators, educators, lawyers,...
4IP Council is hosting a joint Webinar + Q&A with the EUIPO about the importance of Intellectual Property for SMEs and startups, and the initiatives that they can already benefit from such as the SME fund, IP scan and the free IP Consultation service (pro bono)...
John Ogier, Chairman of the Intellectual Property Awareness Network (IPAN), invites you to celebrate World IP day discussing this year’s WIPO theme: “Women and IP: accelerating innovation and creativity”, with a panel of expert speakers (see below) on Wednesday 26th April, from 4pm – 6.30pm at The Burton Room, Institute of Directors, 116 Pall Mall, London, SW1Y 5ED.
There will be an opportunity for networking over drinks and a selection of light refreshments after the panel discussion.
Tickets are £75 (free to IPAN members). Please confirm your attendance as soon as possible to email@example.com/
Dai Davis, the well known technology lawyer, will help deconstruct some of the major IP related changes post-Brexit at IPAN’s next open meeting on Thursday 9th March. Zoom participation is also possible – please request a link. The meeting will start at 5pm and will again be held in CIPA’s offices: 2nd Floor, Halton House, 20–23 Holborn, London EC1N 2JD.
Webinar and Q&A on this intriguing IP Topic with Dr Paula Westenberger of Brunel Law School, Thurs, 26th Jan at 4pm Brussels (3pm London) organised by IPAN associate , the 4iP Council.
The IPAN network meeting on 17th Nov 2022 (held at CIPA’s Holborn offices after IPAN’s 11th AGM), explored aspects of Geographical Indication (GI) protection for food, drink and non-agricultural products such as distinctive fabric goods. Some of the commercial opportunities and challenges of obtaining effective GI protection were brought out in the presentations by our guest speakers.