Since 2002, Premier Cercle is a strategic conference producer who builds state-of-the-art events.
By addressing issues under a political, strategic and technical focus, the events crafted by Premier Cercle offers a 360° overview of each information topics.
Researched as a journalist would do for its own in-depth report, Premier Cercle analyses how to market an information product and promote it while taking care of the organisational details.
Additional information to be found on: www.premiercercle.com
HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER is a specialised European intellectual property law boutique created in 2015 when the well-established top tier IP firms Hoyng Monegier and Reimann Osterrieth Köhler Haft (ROKH) decided to join forces. HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER gathers up to 100 passionate IP professionals with offices in Amsterdam, Brussels, Düsseldorf, Madrid, Mannheim (branch office), Munich and Paris.
Please visit www.hoyngrokhmonegier.com
Dennemeyer Group has over five decades of experience in delivering quality IP administrative and legal services in a wide spectrum of jurisdictions and IP management software solutions. With offices on four continents and ten time zones, we are fully equipped to take on large-scale assignments while delivering unmatched local expertise.
Service areas include patent, trademark and design maintenance, filing and prosecution, including EP validations, PCT nationalisation, IP recordals, IP consulting and much more.
DIAMS iQ, our IP management software, is the administrative backbone of your IP portfolio; it also offers a high level of integration to Dennemeyer’s patent annuity and trademark renewal services. Visit our booth to learn more about our services and solutions.
Please visit www.dennemeyer.com
Home grown Russian IP boutique Gorodissky & Partners with a headquarter in Moscow and branch offices in 8 Russian cities and 1office in Ukraine remains heading top positions in every aspect of protection, disposal and enforcement of IP rights. The largest IP practice in Russia and among top 10 biggest IP law firms in Europe it was founded by patent/trademark attorneys and lawyers who began their professional carriers in 1959.
Team of 140 IP professionals provides domestic and foreign clients and associates with comprehensive, professional and cost effective legal services relating to all IP matters (kind if intangible assets) including inventions, trademarks, designs, utility models, copyrights, computer programs, domain names in every aspect like consulting, prosecution, litigation, recordals, (IP) valuation, (IP) taxation and accounting, searches, mediation, due-diligence etc.
Please visit www.gorodissky.com
Valipat offers Administrative Services exclusively for IP Attorneys for
• the validation of European patents,
• the entry into national/regional phase of PCT applications and
• the automated generation of Power of Attorney forms.
Our philosophy is to implement our services in order to effectively minimize the administrative burden on our client's end, while ensuring security and compliance with deadlines.
Our user friendly web platform facilitates streamlined and secured processes such as guaranteed quotes and progress follow-up whilst quality is assured by our network of top tier IP Firms Associates.
Please visit www.valipat.com
ACG represents the interests of UK and international companies, manufacturing everything you can think of, from toothpaste to mobile phones, chocolate to car parts. As well as the brands, our membership also includes lawyers, and brand protection specialists, creating a unique environment for anti-counterfeiting interests to flourish and collaborate.
Via our lobbying & networking activities, ACG campaigns against the trade in fakes on behalf of consumers and legitimate business interests, in partnership with government and law enforcement agencies and other rights organisations. Our ultimate aim is to change society's perception of counterfeiting as a harmless activity, by exposing the worldwide economic and social cost of intellectual property crime.
Please visit www.a-cg.org
The International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property, known as AIPPI (Association Internationale pour la Protection de la Propriété Intellectuelle), is the world’s leading International Organization dedicated to the development and improvement of laws for the protection of intellectual property. It is a politically neutral, non-profit organization, based in Switzerland with over 9000 Members representing more than 100 countries.
Visit us at http://aippi.org
Asia Pacific Intellectual Property Association (APIPA) was established on June 3,1994 through the joint endeavors of international technological and law professional.
The goal of APIPA is
. To promote the effective management of intellectual property rights and R&D results.
. To assist enterprises in establishing management of intellectual property rights and commercialize their R&D results in Taiwan.
. To set up the APIPA intellectual property database and provide intellectual property rights-related information services.
APIPA places equal emphasis on our domestic and international practices and, for the past years, has been able to balance between our domestic and foreign activities. Today, APIPA is one of the leading intellectual property organization in Taiwan.
Cefic is the forum and the voice of the chemical industry in Europe. As the voice of the European chemical industry, Cefic is a committed partner to EU policymakers, facilitating dialogue with industry and sharing our broad-based expertise. We represent 29,000 large, medium and small chemical companies in Europe, which directly provide 1.2 million jobs and account for 14, 7% of world chemical production. Based in Brussels since our founding in 1972, we interact every day on behalf of our members with international and EU institutions, non-governmental organisations, the international media, and other stakeholders.
More information: www.cefic.org
The Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA) is the professional and examining body for patent attorneys in the UK, representing virtually all the 2,000+ registered patent attorneys in the UK, whether in industry or in private practice. Total membership is over 3,500 and includes trainee patent attorneys and other professionals with an interest in intellectual property (patents, trademarks, designs and copyright). CIPA represents the views of the profession to policy makers at national, European and international level, with representatives sitting on a range of influential policy bodies and working groups in the UK and overseas. Website: http://www.cipa.org.uk/
EuKTS is an international non profit association designed to increase the standards and recognition of the knowledge transfer (KT) profession across Europe by providing internationally recognised certification for KT professionals and a regulated quality and training framework for the accreditation of training programmes.
EuKTS provides a scheme for accreditation of training programmes and certification of individual in the filed of knowledge and technology transfer that is unique in the sense that it is authoritative, inclusive, impartial: EuKTS is a bottom-up initiative of high level expertise, covering both training and practise, open to all areas (research, industry) of KTT and following practitioners all along their career, from entry to expert levels.
Additional information: www.eukts.eu
EuropaBio, the European Association for Bioindustries, promotes an innovative and dynamic European biotechnology industry. EuropaBio and its members are committed to the socially responsible use of biotechnology to improve quality of life, to prevent, diagnose, treat and cure diseases, to improve the quality and quantity of food and feedstuffs and to move towards a bio based and zero-waste economy. EuropaBio represents 80 corporate and associate members and bio-regions, and 17 national biotechnology associations in turn representing over 1800 biotech SMEs.
Read more about our work at www.europabio.org
A modern and up-to-date news magazine, the established periodical European Biotechnology Magazine is your source for substantial information on the Biotech, Pharma, Medtech and Chemistry markets of Europe. The goal at European-Biotechnology.com is to provide a comprehensive overview over Europe‘s biotech sector! In connection with the quarterly-released print journal European Biotechnology Magazine is the unique information source for the European Life Sciences-community.
GRUR, the German Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property, was founded in 1891. It is the largest and oldest non-profit association in Germany devoted to the protection, academic advancement and development of intellectual property law. With over 5 200 members coming from over 50 nations, GRUR offers an umbrella for a wide range of professionals engaged in the field of IP matters: lawyers, patent attorneys, judges, academics, representatives and staff members of the German and European trademark and patent authorities and of the international organisations as well as enterprises, associations and their respective staff members.
Please visit www.grur.de
ICMP is the world trade association representing the interests of the music publishing community internationally. The constituent members of ICMP are music publishers’ associations from Europe, Middle East, North and South America, Africa and Asia-Pacific. Included are the leading independent multinational and international companies and regional and national music publishers, mainly SMEs, throughout the world.
As the voice and point of reference of music publishers, and the community of composers and songwriters, ICMP's mission is to increase copyright protection internationally, encourage a better environment for our business and act as an industry forum for consolidating global positions.
Please visit www.icmp-ciem.org
IEEPI is a vocational training institute created by the French Government in 2004 in order to organise training sessions focusing on economic and strategic aspects of the intellectual property, the primary target audience being decision-makers from the business world and researchers.
IEEPI pays particular attention to the high quality level of its trainings, which is guaranteed by the fact that IEEPI is certified ISO 9001 for vocational training scope and benefits from the French Auditing procedures OPQF.
The training format is adapted to the needs of the audience:
- short courses (1 to 3 days)
- a 10-day licensing course
- a Master 2 degree on “Intellectual Property Strategy and Innovation”
in collaboration with the University of Strasbourg, France
- in-house custom-made trainings, adapted to the specific needs of the customers.
Please visit www.ieepi.org | +33 88 65 50 29 | firstname.lastname@example.org
International Federation of Inventors' Associations (IFIA) established in 1968 is an ensemble of over 130 institutions from 95 member states functioning in the field of invention and collaborating in an unparalleled way to disseminate the culture of invention and innovation internationally. The inventors are provided the required information, linkages, and outstanding opportunities to share and discover innovative ideas.
Annually more than 40 international events including the conferences, exhibitions, Olympiads and workshops are organized under the patronage and supervision of IFIA offering a great chance to the inventors to display their cutting edge inventions, create networks and benefit from its wealth of knowledge.
More information on www.ifia.com
IMPF - the Independent Music Publishers Forum - serves as an international network and meeting place for independent music publishers. Its main objectives are to share experiences and best practices in independent music publishing; exchange information on the legal and regulatory framework and music publishing environment; coordinate actions and support projects relevant to composers, authors and their music publishers; represent the interests of the independent music publishing community; and stimulate a favourable environment for artistic, cultural, linguistic and commercial diversity www.impforum.org
The IP Federation represents IP intensive companies in the United Kingdom. Our member companies are extensively involved with IP in Europe and internationally. Not only do our companies own considerable numbers of IP rights, but they are affected by the activities and IP rights of competitors. They may be either plaintiffs or defendants in IP related court actions.
The Federation represents their views in both policy and practice matters within the EU, the UK and internationally. It believes that a cost effective, high quality IPR framework is a critical component in industry's present and future successes in the global economy.
Practical and easily accessible intelligence on important changes in intellectual property law that impact IP on a global scale.
More than just a round-up of the latest intellectual property news, IPM offers access to exclusive views and opinions from experts and practitioners. Keep in touch with the latest legal and regulatory developments to mitigate risks and protect market share.
Additional information: http://www.intellectualpropertymagazine.com/
For more than 26 years, Reseau C.U.R.I.E has been the French Knowledge and Technology Transfer Network. It brings together people working in public technology transfer and giving value to public research. Reseau C.U.R.I.E promotes and supports knowledge & technology transfer through a full range of services including training sessions, international exchange programme…, through networking and its yearly congress gathering more than 500 professionals.
More information: https://www.curie.asso.fr/
The Patent Lawyer Magazine is an industry leading publication that focuses exclusively on the trademark industry. Published bi-monthly and available both in hard copy format and online, subscribers can also access the most important global news updates via weekly newsletters. The Patent Lawyer Magazine features articles from top patent professionals around the globe, covering topics including the latest patent law developments, litigation cases, prosecution trials, jurisdictional updates, and more. With articles sourced from industry experts - attorneys, barristers, and in-house counsel members - the Patent Lawyer Magazine puts a stop to generic IP information, allowing you to focus your time reading what interests you.
TopLegal is the first magazine in Italy that connects commercial lawyers with the wider business community. The magazine, supported by TopLegal’s online news service www.toplegal.it, analyses the legal market with news from law firms and in house counsel. Each issue reports on the activity, strategy and financial performance of prominent law firms and explores the views of leading clients and the quality of external legal services.
Every month, for the last 22 years, |transkript has reported on biotechnology in German-speaking Europe. With coverage on the latest news in economy, finance, research, and politics, the publication also offers application-oriented articles on science, technology, and finance. Each edition contains a supplement with a unique, featured topic, ive of which are LABORWELT specials.
Additional information on: http://transkript.de/
Through ten years efforts since its establishment in 2004,
China IP has become a world-class professional IP media and services platform for its comprehensiveness, practicability and interactivity. To date, with the core products of the Chinese, English and Japanese magazines, our products range from International IP Law Firms directory to newspapers, websites, e-magazines, IP Weekly, mobile newspapers, Weibo, conferences and forums, researches and surveys, etc.
IP CloseUp is a leading source of news and perspective for people interested in the business of intellectual property. Decision-makers regularly turn to IP CloseUp to get the latest news and ideas on patents, people and transactions, and the trends that affect them. The blog has generated more than 60,000 visits. IP CloseUp readers include IP executives, attorneys, private equity, VC and public stock investors, entrepreneurs, journalists, analysts, service providers, researchers and inventors. Regular features include Transactions, People, Places and Events.
Please visit www.ipcloseup.com
IPPro The Internet is the go-to industry publication for free news, views and opinion on intellectual property online.
The fortnightly publication and accompanying website—the only free-to-read intellectual property resources around—cover the full spectrum intellectual property rights, including patents, trademarks, copyright and domain names, as they relate to the internet.
The website also provides the latest information on intellectual property events around the world, and advertises the key jobs available in this industry as they become available.
Additional information on http://www.ipprotheinternet.com/
The World IP Review’s bi-monthly edition is dedicated to the needs of professionals involved in the management and protection of IP assets. It informs and educates IP owners and their international legal counsel and consultants of the latest strategies for managing, protecting and profiting from their increasingly valuable intellectual property.
Each issue of the World IP Review’s bi-monthly edition will contain unique interviews with some of the most prominent IP owners and in-house counsel. It will use a combination of articles and case studies to showcase business strategies. In addition, it will review case law and IP legislation worldwide.
Please visit www.worldipreview.com