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2nd Cambridge Information and Intellectual Property Meeting

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Cambridge

Homerton College Conference Centre

Hills Road

Cambridge

CB2 8PH

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Managing IP for commercialisation at the early stages of product and technology development: This year’s meeting will consider the importance of timing, including patent filings and information disclosure; aspects of managing contracts to secure ownership of IP – from employee contracts to partner contracts; the importance of trade secrets and managing associated information; the use of patents for competitive intelligence; and patent protection in Europe looked at from the perspective of information seeking, and portfolio management. The meeting will also discuss the impact of Brexit on regulatory matters and on the new Unitary Patent expected in December, and take a look into the future with a look at new automated search and analysis methodologies.

Programme

  • Lunch from 1pm / Exhibition

  • Introduction and Welcome

  • How artificial intelligence can transform contract analysis - Martin Blackburn, Luminance

  • Patents for competitive intelligence - Paula Juckes, UCB

  • Contracts and IP Matters - Maria Peyham, Birketts

  • R & D Tax Credits - Deepti Agarwal, Water Mill Accounting

  • Break / Exhibition

  • IP protection in Europe: a patent perspective - Marc Wilkinson, J A Kemp

  • Managing IP on a budget: three practical steps - Guy Newcombe, Archipelago Technology

  • Trade secrets: When it’s best not to patent - Nicola Baker-Munton - Stratagem IPM

  • Cocktails & Canapes / Exhibition


(Order of talks TBC )



Exhibitors.

CAS

UK IPO

Questel

Patsnap

Minesoft

RWS inovia

CFL Software

Rising Sun Communications



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Homerton College Conference Centre

Hills Road

Cambridge

CB2 8PH

United Kingdom

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