21 September 2018
On 18 October 2018, Mathys & Squire Partner, James Pitchford, will be conducting an IP training day at the Cambridge Information and Intellectual Property Meeting (CIIPM), alongside CIIPM founders, Jane List and Stuart Newbold.
The topics covered will range from discussing the simple question – what is IP and why does it matter – to exploring the various types of IP protection available and the steps you can take to protect your creativity, ideas and innovation.
With information on patents, trade marks, copyrights and designs, the event will provide insights and tools to help protect and commercialise your IP portfolio alongside developing strategic business decisions.
For more information about the event, including ticket availability, please visit the CIIPM website.
James is a member of the European Patent Institute, a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA) and an active member of CIPA’s International Liaison Committee, through which he has represented the Institute overseas. James has significant experience working with entrepreneurs, start-ups, spin-outs and SMEs, alongside large corporations, research institutions and universities.
CIIPM – founded in 2015 by Jane List of Extract Information and Stuart Newbold of Patent Search & Information Management, Cambridge Information and Intellectual Property Meeting aims to provide a knowledge sharing space a space for knowledge sharing and learning to those who work with information and commercialising IP.
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