Intellectual Property in the International Arena: WIPO Comes to Stanford
November 19, 2010
Stanford Law School
On November 19, 2010, the Stanford Program in Law, Science and Technology will host a one-day conference tobring to the fore current issues relating to intellectual property and the growing importance of intellectual property in today’s global technology and knowledge driven economy.
The event, which will feature a delegation of senior officials from the World Intellectual Property Organization – including James Pooley, WIPO’s Deputy Director General for Innovation and Technology (WIPO) – and other leading experts from industry and academia, will address the following topics:
- The Proposed Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA)
- Copyright in a Networked World – What’s next on the agenda?
- International Patent Harmonization
- Future development of the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT)
- The Importance of International Industrial Design Protection to US Companies
- The Madrid Protocol: Successful Filing Strategies for US Companies
- ADR for Intellectual Property Disputes
Please join us for this exciting and timely event. Early bird registration is open now. For registration and more information, please click here.