Upcoming Law Summit To Address IP Management, Enforcement 04/02/2013 by Intellectual Property Watch Leave a Comment Print This Post The 15th IP Law Summit, produced by Marcus Evans, is scheduled for 21-23 March in Colorado Springs, Colorado, US. Gathering corporate senior IP Counsel together with service providers, the Summit will offer a focused discussion of cutting-edge technology, strategy and products driving the IP marketplace. Speakers Include: The Honorable Judge Ronald Whyte, Federal Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California JoAnn Crockatt, Associate General Counsel, Intellectual Property, IBM Timothy Lynch, Chief IP Counsel, Eastman Kodak Company Inger Eckert, Chief Counsel, Intellectual Property, International Paper Company Anat Hakim, Divisional Vice President, IP Litigation, Abbott Laboratories Julie Vanderzanden, VP, Legal – Intellectual Property, Jarden Corporation Nikki Hart, Associate General Counsel, Warnaco Inc. Professor Mickie A. Piatt, Associate Professor of Law and Deputy Director of the Program in Intellectual Property Law, Chicago-Kent College of Law Key issues for 2013 include: Strategic IP Management Online Brand Protection Cross-Licensing Agreements gTLD acquisitions & Management Copyright Issues in the Mobile Market International IP Management The future of the Secondary Patent Market Legal department management Privacy Issues in Big Data IP Protection in Social Media International IP Enforcement Trademark Issues in Sporting Events Intellectual Property Watch will be an official media partner at the event. For more information, visit the event website here or contact Jenny Keane at J.Keane@marcusevansch.com, 312-540-3000, ext. 6515. Mention BB660 to receive $200 off registration. Related Articles: IP Law Europe Summit To Address Patent Policy, Secrecy, Know-How, M&As, Brands Online Copyright Summit: Collaboration And Protection: Digital Management For The 21st Century IP-Watch Chairs IP Law Summit "Upcoming Law Summit To Address IP Management, Enforcement" by Intellectual Property Watch is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.