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Technology Patent Network Europe – London

June 2019

Event date: 20th June 2019

HGF Partner Matt Cassie will be Moderator for ‘Best Practice for In-House IP Counsel: Invention Harvesting’ panel discussion at the Technology Patent Network Europe in London on the 20th June 2019.

Following on from the hugely successful Technology Patent Network conferences in London 2018 and most recently San Francisco, Technology Patent Network Europe 2019 conference takes a broad global view of the patent protection landscape and then delves deeper into the topics of specific current interest.

HGF Partner Matt Cassie will be Moderator for the panel discussion and will also be hosting a round table event for ‘Best Practice for In-House IP Counsel: Invention Harvesting’ covering key topics such as:

  • the role of IP harvesting within an effective IP management system
  • best practice in IP harvesting across the IP industry
  • how to design and implement an IP harvesting process that is right for your enterprise.

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