When in-person meetings will be considered safe continues to be uncertain, FICPI has announced its biggest ever initiative to deliver learning and insights to Intellectual Property professionals via a series of webinar events.
“Connect, Share & Grow” program runs until April 2021
The FICPI ‘Connect, Share & Grow’ series begins in October and is due to run to April 2021. Registration is open to all IP practitioners.
The program is a joint effort by FICPI’s Study and Work Committee, known by its French acronym CET, and its Professional Excellence Committee, known as the PEC.
Dr. Sharon Crane, IP Attorney at Rothwell, Figg, Ernst & Manbeck in Washington DC and Swarup Kumar, IP attorney at Remfry & Sagar in New Delhi, led the project.
FICPI President Julian Crump commented:
The planning and delivery of the ‘Connect, Share and Grow’ series involved members from all points within our global community.
I do believe that every IP professional, anywhere in the world, will find current and powerful topics of interest on the program.
The ‘Connect, Share & Grow’ Calendar
More webinars will be added. The current topics and dates are as follows:
- THE NEW GERMAN STANDARD DIN 77006, October 14th
- PRIVILEGE, October 28th
- BEST PRACTICES WHEN AUTOMATING WORKFLOWS, November 11th
- PARTIAL DESIGNS, November 25th
- STANDARDIZATION OF DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN USERS OF IP, December 9th
- DIVISIONAL APPLICATIONS, January 6th
- LEGAL TECH, January 20th
- P.O. STRATEGIC PLAN, February 3rd
- R.A.C.E.: BEST REACTION AGAINST COMPETING E-SERVICE, February 17th
- SIMULATIONS/VIRTUAL REALITY, March 3rd
- SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRE FOR IP FIRMS, March 17th
- LIABILITY FOR ONLINE MARKETPLACES, March 31st
- IP VALUATION, April 14th
- ONLINE EVIDENCE AND AUTHENTICATION, April 28th
Registration & further information on the Webinars
More information and the opportunity to register for the ‘Connect, Share & Grow’ webinars can be found at www.ficpi.org.
FICPIis a global community, built on trusted relationships, which strengthens the practice of the independent IP attorney.
FICPI is the only NGO whose membership consists entirely of IP attorneys in private practice. As a result, the FICPI community is driven by a shared interest among like-minded people to promote common solutions and advocacy for private IP practitioners.
Founded more than 100 years ago, the community currently has more than 5,000 members drawn from 80 countries and regions across six continents.
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