Monthly Seminars – Intellectual property strategy of Ajinomoto Group

Tokyo (Japan), 24 May 2018

Intellectual property strategy of Ajinomoto Group – Activities toward “Global Specialty Company” and Intellectual Property supporting activities

 

Additional information are available at the following link.

IP and Competition in our economy

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IP and Competition in our economy (Pharma excluded): Standard Patent issue at the global digitalization dawn

Paris (France), 24 May 2018

From 12:00 to 16:00

At Gide Loyrette Nouel, 22 cours Albert 1er, Paris 8ème

LES France is organizing on May 24th from 12:00 to 16:00 an exceptional  conference on: “IP and Competition in our economy (Pharma excluded): Standard patent issue at the global digitalization dawn”.

Speakers:

  • Professor Peter PICHT (YALE)
  • European Commission, DG COMP or DG GROW
  • PEUGEOT
  • 4i Council represented by Nokia
  • More companies to come

 

Additional information are available at the following link.

Management of Intellectual Assets for Life Sciences Companies

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London (UK), 23 May 2018

from 16:00 to 20:00

LES B&I and One Nucleus Joint Event

At Marks & Clerk, 90 Long Acre, London WC2E 9RA

 

Registration fee:

  • LES Members & One Nucleus Members – Free of Charge
  • Non Members – £50

Additional information are available at the following link.

 

The 23rd Workshop on Licensing Updates and Case Studies

Taipei City, 18 May 2018

At Fei Han Foreign Legal Affairs Law Firm (Rm. D, 12F., No. 167, Dunhua N. Rd., SongShan Dist., Taipei City)

 

Additional information are available at the following link.

Afternoon talk – Advocate Cedric Puckrin

Sandton, 10 May 2018

LES South Africa will be hosting an afternoon talk at the offices of Kisch-IP in Sandton on 10 May 2018 by Advocate Cedric Puckrin, in association with World IP Day.

Additional information are available at the following link.

China`s Belt & Road Initiative

Perth (Australia), 7 June 2018

 

The first of LESANZ (WA) three part China series, explaining China’s Belt and Road initiative and how it seeks to expand on the spirit of the original Silk Road, facilitating trade and cultural exchange between the global nations, and enhancing economic cooperation between China and Australia. Global trade routes are being established through a series of infrastructure projects, ranging from high-speed railways, sea ports and airports, and leading to a significant infrastructure building boom across Central Asia and Europe, with over $1.3 trillion in current project development. This provides significant prospects for enhanced economic cooperation between China and Australia.

 

For additional info:

https://www.lesanz.org.au/events/category/upcoming-eventsseminars