July 19, 2023 4:20 pm Published by

Welcome back to London IP Week, the ultimate hub for IP and innovation!

In this week’s blog, we are thrilled to bring you the latest updates on the highly anticipated sixth edition of London IP Week; brace yourself for an exciting glimpse into the event as we unveil new speakers, captivating panel topics, and our esteemed sponsors, all contributing to an unforgettable experience.

London IP Week 6.0 promises to be an exceptional event that will fuel your passion for the field and provide valuable insights from industry experts to propel your professional journey forward. 

Keep reading to discover what awaits you at the highly anticipated London IP Week 6.0 and learn how you can actively participate in this transformative event!

A Quick Recap 

London IP Week is a two-day conference that provides a unique platform for individuals and organisations to harness the full potential of their intellectual property. It covers two main themes:

  • Tech for IP Day (September 26th): Explore the impact of emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, blockchain, and cybersecurity on IP creation, management, and enforcement.
  • IP Management Day (September 27th): Discover best practices, case studies, and strategies for effective IP management, including licensing, enforcement, monetisation, and international IP protection.
  • IP Commercialisation Workshop hosted by Mathys & Squire Consulting (September 28th (separate ticket required): This exclusive session provides a golden opportunity to explore the commercial potential of your IP. 

Learn From the Best! 

As we countdown the final two months until the conference, we are excited to unveil our star-studded lineup of industry leaders from across the globe. Prepare to be inspired by these distinguished individuals!

Check them out:

Tom Hadden, Vice President IP and Emerging Technology Legal, Barclays Bank

Tom works for Barclays as a Vice President in the IP and Emerging Tech Legal team, he advises on a full spectrum of IP rights and particularly since the rise in popularity of Generative AI has worked on the legal issues around the use of AI and particularly GAI within financial services.

Pattaraphan Paiboon, Partner in Intellectual Property and Technology, Baker McKenzie

Pattaraphan is a Partner in Baker McKenzie’s Intellectual Property and Technology practice in Bangkok. She has extensive experience advising on matters involving the intersection of intellectual property and technology laws, data privacy and protection, data analytics and data monetization, telecommunications and broadcasting, e-commerce, online platform liabilities, telematics, AI, cloud and data centre business and cybersecurity. Her experience includes advising startups, tech companies and Fortune 500 companies.

Camille Sullivan, Senior Legal Counsel – IP and Disputes, Sky UK

Camille is a Senior Legal Counsel responsible for managing Sky’s IP portfolio, including prosecution and enforcement as well as Sky’s IP and general commercial disputes. Camille trained in Australia, where she worked on a variety of large IP disputes, including patent, trademark and copyright before moving to the UK.

Tom Nener, Partner, Pinsent Masons LLP

Tom leads Pinsent Masons’ Brand Protection and Creative Rights team. He believes that technology should be at the heart of how law firms deliver services to clients and is one of the architects of one of Pinsent Masons’ most successful tech platforms to date – Alteria – a brand and reputation management solution. Tom has written and presented on the challenges around innovation in the IP space.  He is already working on several new client tech solutions which will be launched later this year.

Immerse yourself in the expertise of these remarkable IP professionals and don’t miss the chance to join their ranks. Explore our website to discover the full lineup of stellar speakers.

Comin’ in Hot!

London IP Week content takes on the latest in IP, from AI to Unitary Patents; whether you’re an IP pro or just looking to get your foot in the door, this is the place to be!

Find out how this event is the key to the world of intellectual property by exploring our exciting lineup of hot topics at London IP Week!

Have a peek:

🌎 The Good and the Bad of Unitary Patents and UPCs: A post-launch analysis

The good, the bad and the ugly. Our ‘Unitary Patents and UPCs’ panel takes a look at the comparative insights into Unitary Patents (UPs) vs Unified Patent Courts (UPCs) and assesses the impact on businesses and IP holders. It also dives deep into exploring alternative strategies for UK businesses and uncovering challenges & opportunities for patent protection and enforcement in the EU market.

Hear from industry experts like Pete Wilson, IP Counsel, Ocado Group plc, Laurence Cohen, Director and General Counsel, Celex Oncology Innovations Limited, Bruce Girvan, Director, Impression Technologies Limited

📈 Effective strategies for swift resolution of IP disputes

Engage with our panel of experts as they delve into the diverse ADR methods, exploring their advantages, challenges, and best practices in the context of IP disputes. – Discover the transformative role of technology in enhancing efficiency and effectiveness in IP dispute resolution. – Learn about proactive monitoring, enforcement strategies in the digital space, and the importance of industry collaboration.

Gain these invaluable insights from experts like Alessandro Cimaschi, Senior Legal Counsel at Orange, Dr. Ilija Pjanovic, Global Head of the IP Department at Nexperia, Catrin Turner, Global Head of Intellectual Property at Dr. Martens, Camille Sullivan, Senior Legal Counsel specialising in IP and Disputes at Sky UK, and James Blick, Director and Co-Founder of Erso Capital

💅 SaaS-y IP: How to digitise and streamline IP processes with technology

In today’s IP practice, lean teams with reduced budgets are still expected to be cost saving while increasing efficiency. – Teams must grapple with the need for digitization, identifying what aspects of their processes should be digitised, and the advantages that come with it. – Understand how mapping processes become crucial to ensure a clear picture timings and the right partner selection for implementation. 

This panel will be led by the finest such as Dr. Rachel Free, Partner, CMS, Gerard Frith, Entrepreneur in Residence, Taylor Wessing, Annalisa Checchi, Legal Director, Foot Anstey LLP, Patrícia Paias, Partner, DLA Piper

To reveal our full-list of panel topics at London IP Week check out our website to download your agenda! 

Immerse yourself in a realm of boundless possibilities at London IP Week 6.0, where you can engage in 8 captivating panel discussions, explore 6 remarkable stand-alone sessions, witness 4 captivating product demos, participate in 10 enlightening roundtable discussions, and enjoy numerous networking breaks complemented by a sumptuous lunch. To top it off, indulge in our lavish drink reception with unlimited refreshments, providing invaluable opportunities for networking and forging meaningful connections.

Whether you hold a prominent role as a head of IP or simply seek to expand your knowledge, London IP Week grants you exclusive access to insights from the visionaries who are shaping the future of this critical aspect of global industries.

Tickets are now available! Take advantage of limited-time sale prices until July 31st. Don’t miss out on this exceptional opportunity!

Explore Sponsorship Opportunities

London IP Week 6.0 presents a myriad of sponsorship opportunities designed to suit businesses of all sizes. Delve into our comprehensive range of packages and discover the perfect fit to enhance your brand visibility and make a lasting impression.

👋 See you in September!

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