Unified hosts multiple conferences throughout the year to share our research and discuss developing trends in patent litigation and licensing. See below to learn more about these conferences.
Eighth Annual patent administrative Law Conference (washington, D.C.)
On March 15th, 2018, Unified Patents along with American University and the Federal Bar Association will host the Eighth Annual Patent Administrative Law Conference at American University. The event featured presentations from leading IP counsel as well as an keynote from Facebook's Assistant General Counsel, IP Litigation, Christen DuBois. In addition to discussing legal developments in IP, this conference focuses on the unique administrative law issues raised in trial practice before the PTAB. Click below to see the full agenda and to register.
Second Annual IP Strategy Conference (Osaka, Japan)
On May 14th 2018, Unified Patents along with Osaka Institute of Technology will host the Second Annual IP Strategy Conference this year in Osaka, Japan. Join over 300 academic and in-house business and IP professionals and discuss best practices of innovation ecosystems, business development and IP backed business strategies as well as the latest developments of patent pools. Speakers include top global in-house intellectual property executives and academics. We welcome participation in this event from professionals in companies, universities and research institutions. The conference will be held in Japanese and English with simultaneous interpretation. Please check back for more details.
Fall corporate ip strategy conference (Santa Clara, CA)
On November 16, 2017 Unified and the Santa Clara High Tech Law Journal co-hosted the fourth annual Corporate IP Strategy Conference (CIPSC) at Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California. The conference featured panel discussions with leading in-house counsel as well as a fireside chat with Chief Judge David Ruscke sharing a review of the last five years at the PTAB as well as some of his early thoughts on the Oil States and Allergan/St. Regis Mohawk tribe cases.