Country Spotlight: Argentina, Chile, Andean Community, Brazil & Mexico
As Latin America becomes an increasingly important market, with major challenges in patent granting and infringement, a well thought enforcement strategy in the Region can be of high importance.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Directed to in-house patent and legal professionals across technology sectors as well as Patent Counsels with interest in Latin America.
DATE AND TIME:
28th February 2017 - CET 16:00 hours
Duration: 45 minutes
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MEET OUR SPEAKER
Corporate and International Business Development Director
India is a fascinating IP market that is growing at an unprecedented pace. Robust debate over pharmaceuticals, software and standards makes for a vibrant IP policy environment, but should not overshadow the strong protection available to high-tech R&D and manufacturing companies. Complexities abound, and rights holders need strategic knowledge to maximise their success in the jurisdiction.
It is against this background that IAM is pleased to be hosting the first IPBC India at the Taj Lands End Hotel, Mumbai on February 28 2017.
To register, please click here.
This dedicated one-day event will take IPBC’s core themes of IP value creation and strategic IP management and discuss them from the viewpoint of both international and domestic companies operating in India.
The focus of the event is to bring together an audience of 150-200 senior attendees from Indian corporates, their counterparts at major multinationals, plus key players from government and the broader IP market for a packed day of high-level discussion, networking and business opportunities.
To ensure the maximum benefit for corporate attendees, the overall event delegate profile will be strictly controlled, with restrictions on the number of service provider attendees to ensure that, as with all IPBCs, the event remains completely industry led.
We look forward to welcoming you to Mumbai!
For more information on IPBC India, please contact Daniel Cole on +852 5665 5774 or at dcole@GlobeBMG.com.
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
10:15 - 19:00
Taj Lands End, Mumbai
Byramji Jeejeebhoy Road
Bandra (West), Mumbai
Maharashtra - 400050
1:00 – 2:00 PM EST
Via the web.
Join Fish’s Trademark practice on Wednesday, March 1, for a discussion on the recent Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) rule changes and how the new rules will impact procedures during examination and inter partes proceedings. Cynthia Walden and Robert O’Connell, both of the Boston office, will also discuss:
Fish & Richardson will apply for 1.0 hour of general CLE credit in most states. If you would like to receive CLE credit, register with your state bar information.
If you have questions, please contact Lauren McGovern at email@example.com.
Please join us for a roundtable discussion of the risks and rewards of offering direct-to-consumer telemedicine services, with insights from Kristin Upton, Senior Counsel, and Cathy Newhouse, Executive Consultant of Bon Secours Health System, Inc. (BSHSI), and Terrence Lewis, Senior Associate Counsel, and Natasa Sokolovich, Executive Director, Telehealth of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC).
Our panelists will discuss:
Date: Thursday, March 2, 2017
Time: 1 – 2 p.m. Eastern
Location: Webinar (Dial-in details will be sent with registration confirmation)
CLE: This program has been approved for 1.0 CLE credits in CA, IL, NY, and PA, and 1.2 credits in NJ. If you are seeking CLE credit for a another jurisdiction, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will advise on eligibility for accreditation.
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Southeast Asia is a diverse economic powerhouse that poses numerous challenges for rights holders looking to protect, manage and develop their IP assets across the region.
As both local and international companies increase their IP creation, R&D and manufacturing activities in the region, the disparities in levels of protection between jurisdictions are a significant concern.
The region is also home to world-class research and innovation hubs, but the need for strategic IP management is crucial if future technological breakthroughs and business ideas are to generate economic and corporate success.
It is against this background that IAM is pleased to be hosting the first IPBC Southeast Asia at the Grand Hyatt, Singapore on March 3 2017.
This dedicated one-day event will take IPBC’s core themes of IP value creation and corporate IP best practice and discuss these from the viewpoint of both international and domestic companies operating in the region.
The event will be tailored to an audience of 150-200 senior executives from leading regional corporates, research institutions and the IP business community, plus their international counterparts. Alongside them will be a select group of governmental, regulatory and judicial figures from around the region.
To ensure the maximum benefit for attendees, the overall event delegate profile will be strictly controlled, with restrictions on the number of service provider attendees to ensure that, as with all IPBCs, the event remains completely industry-led and acts as a superb educational, networking and business opportunity.
We look forward to welcoming you to Singapore!
For more information on IPBC Southeast Asia, please contact Daniel Cole on +852 5665 5774 or at dcole@GlobeBMG.com.
Friday, March 3, 2017
09:30 - 17:00
Malay Peninsula Tim
Grand Hyatt Singapore
10 Scotts Road
+65 6738 1234
Claridge’s, London, England
A conference presented by the Individual Tax and Private Client Committee, supported by the IBA European Regional Forum
This world leading event regularly attracts over 150 eminent legal, business and regulatory professionals from more than 40 jurisdictions to examine the hottest issues involving international wealth transfer, private clients’ taxes, estate planning and much more.
Topics will include:
Wednesday 8 March 3:00 - 3:30 GMT
Drawing on research from our recent IP Strategy Survey, Aistemos CEO, Nigel Swycher, along with guest speakers Scott Bell, Head of UK Investment Banking at Deutsche Bank, and David Kappos, Partner at Cravath, Swaine & Moore will be speaking in our upcoming IP strategy webinar ‘Grasping intangibles: IP can slip through your fingers’.
They will explore the following key issues:
· Steps toward greater corporate transparency of intangible assets
· Approaches taken by major corporates to improve management of IP
· Accessing the right data at the right time – the growth in IP business intelligence
· Investor attitudes to IP value in public and private companies
Over the course of 30 minutes you will hear how IP strategy is fast becoming an integrated part of mainstream business strategy and why this can’t happen soon enough.
(If you can’t make it for the webinar, register anyway and we’ll send you a recording)
Scott Bell is Head of UK Investment Banking at Deutsche Bank. He is also global co-Head of Consumer & Retail Investment Banking. Scott qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Arthur Andersen and has spent his subsequent career in London and New York with Schroders, Goldman Sachs and HSBC. Scott has an MA from Cambridge University, and is a native of Scotland.
David J. Kappos is a partner at Cravath. He is widely recognized as one of the world’s foremost leaders in the field of intellectual property, including intellectual property management and strategy, the development of global intellectual property norms, laws and practices as well as commercialization and enforcement of innovation‑based assets. Mr. Kappos supports the Firm’s clients with a wide range of their most complex intellectual property issues.
Nigel is the founder of AISTEMOS, having previously established Tangential Solutions, an IP Strategy consultancy. Before that Nigel had a long career in the law, first with Slaughter and May and later with Olswang LLP. Throughout this period, Nigel has focused on the creation, defence and exploitation of IP assets, with specific focus on M&A, joint ventures and other commercial transactions where substantial value is associated with intangible assets.
New technologies have found their way to the health care sector. Electronic patient records, medical apps and health related applications are making their entry. As part of this evolution, new players enter the market, and the roles of medical care providers and patients change, data are being shared between various stakeholders and new risks and opportunities arise.
Stibbe's Technology, Media and Telecoms (TMT) team is pleased to invite you to its lunch debate on this interesting topic. This session will deal with the developments mentioned above and bring answers to various questions, such as: What are the opportunities for eHealth, and how realistic and concrete are they? What are the boundaries and legal constraints of eHealth?
The debate will take place at Stibbe’s offices in Brussels on Monday, 13 March 2017.
We have three guest speakers for this roundtable session: Dr. Erik Ranschaert (University Hospitals Leuven), who will share his views about the “Uberization” of eHealth, based on his PhD Dissertation, Mr. Frank Ponsaert from the ministry of Social Affairs and Health, who will tackle this subject matter from a policy perspective, and Dr. Ivan Elegeert (head of cardiology at the AZ Groeninge Kortrijk), who will talk about the Cardio @ home project which he is implementing in the AZ Groeninge. (Please see the bottom of this e-mail for more information about them.)
We hope this debate will open an interesting discussion with all attendees afterwards.
Our Stibbe specialists on IT, privacy and data protection will be available to share and discuss their insights into this subject matter with you. The debate will be opened and moderated by Erik Valgaeren, head of the TMT practice.
Registration is free of charge. We would be grateful if you could confirm your attendance by 6 March at the latest.
If you want to register for this event, please send an email to: stibbe.brusselsseminars@Stibbe.com.
As the number of available seats for this event are limited, please note that we may not be able to accommodate all registrations. Thank you in advance for your understanding.
We look forward to seeing you then.
12:00: Introduction (Erik Valgaeren, Partner, Stibbe Brussels)
12:10: The Uberization of Healthcare (Dr. Erik Ranschaert, H. Hart Ziekenhuis, Mol & Mr. Frank Ponsaert, Ministry of Social Affairs and Health)
12:45: Cardio@Home (Dr. Ivan Elegeert, AZ Groeninge Kortrijk)
13:00: Start of lunch and roundtable
About our guest speakers
Dr. Erik Ranschaert was working at the radiology dept. of the University Hospitals of Leuven, with abdominal and urogenital imaging being his main field of interest. Since the start of the year (from Jan. 2017), he heads the radiology dept. at the Heilig Hartziekenhuis in Mol, Belgium. Dr. Ranschaert obtained his PhD in 2016 at the University Hospital of Antwerp with the dissertation “The impact of information technology on radiology services”. In it, he discusses the ongoing revolution in medicine, which he asserts as mainly caused by the rapid evolution of the Internet and the concomitant exponential progress in the digitization of medical information. The main goal of his research in this dissertation was to demonstrate that: (i) both the digitization of medical imaging and the continuous progress in information and communication technology have had and still have a significant impact on the way through which radiological services are and can be delivered, (ii) the possibility to exchange medical information and radiological images digitally has played a crucial role in the establishment of teleradiology, (iii) teleradiology is here to stay, although chances are high that the format and types of applications of teleradiology will change, as both the underlying technology and the practice of medicine are currently subject to crucial changes, and that (iv) major new trends such as the increasing popularity of mobile devices and social media, the progress of e-Health as part of the Internet of Things, and growing patient empowerment will have a significant impact on the way radiological services are delivered in the future.
Mr. Frank Ponsaert is advisor on e-Health and Big Data at the cabinet of Ms Maggie De Block, the Minister of Social Affairs and Public Health. He is chairman of the inter-federal steering committee on e-Health, chairman of the federal steering committee on e-Health, member of the Board of Directors of the e-Health platform, and represents the Minister in each of these positions. Frank has a Master’s Degree in mathematical sciences and started his career at Control Data and Philips. He held different management positions at Origin (now Atos), DMR, Fujitsu Holland, and Ardatis (now Cegeka). In 2007, he joined the health sector, first as interim manager at LCM, then as manager of the National Intermutualism College (NIC) to then becoming advisor to Minister De Block in 2014.
Dr Ivan Elegeert is head of the Cardiology department and of the Cardiac Revalidation department at the AZ Groeninge in Kortrijk. He specialised in internal medicine and cardiology at the University Hospital in Leuven. Dr Elegeert teaches Cardiology at the Institute for nursing in Kortrijk. He regularly attends and moderates congresses on cardiovascular issues and has contributed to several scientific publications. He is member of the Belgian Society of Cardiology, secretary of the Belgian group on Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation and Fellow of the European Society of Cardiology. He participated in previous projects on Telemonitoring in Cardiology and recently started a pilot project ‘Cardio@Home’ in cooperation with the cabinet of Minister of Health De Block , whereby patients with heart failure are monitored remotely after an admission.
Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel & Convention Center, Buenos Aires, Argentina
A conference presented by the IBA Corporate and M&A Law Committee and the IBA Latin American Regional Forum
Topics will include:
DAC Beachcroft invites you to the first of our breakfast briefings for senior professionals.
Our guest speaker, Chris Foulkes, will discuss his recent involvement as counsel in the UK's largest deferred prosecution agreement between the SFO and Rolls Royce Plc.
Partners in our Banking and Financial Disputes Litigation and Regulatory Compliance teams will also lead short discussions on key themes relating to regulatory compliance, bribery and corruption and will invite questions and open discussion.
Date and timings
Thursday 16 March 2017
8.00am - Registration
8.30am - Session begins
9.30am - Close
DAC Beachcroft offices
1 Minster Court
For further information on this event please contact:
0161 934 3102