Knowledge & News

Cambridge IP Summit 2019

22 October 2019

Thursday 10th October saw the hosting of the Cambridge Intellectual Property (IP) Summit at the Hilton Hotel. The event, hosted by leading international IP firm Marks & Clerk, brought together more than 90 delegates from organisations in Cambridge and beyond, to discuss the big issues in the world of innovation and technology exploitation.
 
Of particular focus were the life sciences and the software sectors. The talks were focused on technical themes such as hints and tips to maximise market access and pricing for medicines, the benefits of adaptive clinical trial protocols and their impact on IP, the patentability of blockchain technology, climate change technologies and a look at litigation options for technology companies when all else fails.
 
Amongst the speakers at the event were Luke Callan, Global Pricing & Market Access Director of AstraZeneca, Professor Chris Lowe, Emeritus Professor of Biotechnology, Yves Vanderperren, Examiner and Chairperson of the APEG Committee, Lia Young, Senior Corporate Counsel Intellectual Property of Caterpillar and Michael LeGoff, CEO of Sorex Sensors.


For further details, please contact:
Harry Picton-Turbervill
hpturbervill@marks-clerk.com

You may also be interested in...

.
Cross-sector expertise
Article

Cross-sector expertise

In-depth understanding of an uncommonly wide range of technologies and industries

.
Articles

Goal! Lionel Messi scores the right to register his name as a trade mark after nine-year dispute

Footballer Lionel Messi has succeeded in a nine-year legal battle to register his surname as a trade mark in the EU.

POSTED 29 September 2020

Find the right person

Find the office that suits you

Click here to view our offices

>