Upcoming Webinar on “Challenges & Opportunities with IP & Technology Innovation in Muslim-Majority Countries”

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Upcoming Webinar on “Challenges & Opportunities with Intellectual Property & Technology Innovation in Muslim-Majority Countries”

Live event hosted virtually via Zoom Webinar

Thursday, January 12, 2023, 11 AM – 1 PM EST (convert time zones here)

 Registration will close at 5:00 PM EST on Tuesday, January 10, 2023.

Join experts and leaders involved with intellectual property (IP) and technology innovation in Muslim-majority countries for a virtual discussion about challenges and opportunities in countries with varying degrees of religious laws and developing interests in economic development.

This gathering will include perspectives from an international law firm, a legal department of the government of the Emirate of Dubai, a technology investment fund, and a chemicals manufacturer. The webinar panelists will talk about their IP-related experiences and technology innovation perspectives from different vantage points in various Muslim-majority countries. The webinar will also allow for moderated Q&A between attendees and panelists.

Hosted by George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School’s Center for Intellectual Property x Innovation Policy (C-IP2) and moderated by Tabrez Y. Ebrahim (Associate Professor, Lewis & Clark Law School), the panel will include the following speakers:

Saad Hasan: Principal, Sturgeon Capital

Dr. Bashar Malkawi: Legal Counsel and Head of Research and Publications, The Government of Dubai Legal Affairs Department

Kevin Tamm: Senior Intellectual Property Counsel, SI Group

Jeffrey Whittle: Global Head of Womble Bond Dickinson’s Energy and Natural Resources Industry Sector

Please CLICK HERE to visit the event website and register.

Media Contact: Mary Clare Durel, [email protected]

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