Georgia State University’s College of Law and J. Mack Robinson College of Business collaborate every year to host a number of engrossing and educational events relating to intellectual property, chief among them the Corporate IP Institute® (CIPI). CIPI is a two-day event that offers a forum for in-house IP professionals from corporations of all sizes to gather and discuss the latest developments and current trends in the IP arena. This year’s CIPI event will take place at Georgia State University’s Student Center on November 4-5.
Womble Carlyle is an annual sponsor of CIPI, and this year the Georgia IP Litigation Blog’s own Kirk Watkins will moderate a panel discussion entitled “Non-Practicing Entities: Hot Topics and Trends.” The panel discussion will take place on Monday, November 4, at 4:30 p.m., and will include in-house counsel from Intel Corporation and WiLAN.
Visit the GSU CIPI website for more details.
Categories: Before 2017
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