2007 Corporate Patent Congress Conference

American Conference Institute LogoOne of the greatest benefits of blogging the last couple of years has been the ability to speak at different conferences and CLE programs.  Both Matt and I have greatly enjoyed our experiences and travels this past year and look forward to meeting many more of our readers and colleagues in 2007. 

Our first stop in 2007 is the American Conference Institute’s Corporate Patent Congress 2007 (link to program).  It will be held January 22–23, 2007 at the New York Marriott East Side Hotel in New York City. 

I must confess that I am really looking forward to participating in this conference.  All of the speakers are incredible and I think that the topics are quite timely and engaging.  Matt and I will be speaking on a panel along with Stephen R. Albainy-Jenei of the Patent Baristas Blog (a PHOSITA favorite) on “Maximizing Your Corporate Patent Portfolio and Harnessing Its Value in Changing Times”. 

The topics we will be covering include:

  • Utilizing aggressive offensive and counter-defensive measures to generate a steady revenue stream from your IP portfolios
  • cross-industry considerations
  • Increasing corporate prowess and maintaining your competitive edge in the market through strategic patent acquisition
  • Incorporating patent portfolio management into your business planning and valuation strategies
    • pharma/life sciences v. tech

    For a full list of all of the conference sessions, download the attached conference flyer (PDF 206kb).  As a special bonus for PHOSITA readers, mention discount code 662L07.SBLG and you will receive $200 off of the registration fee.

    We look forward to seeing everyone in New York City in January!  Let’s us know if you are coming and we can set up a time to meet over a beverage or two of your choice – Matt will be buying, of course!

     

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