The 2012 Annual Meeting of the Association of Intellectual Property Firms (AIPF) is coming up in a few weeks (October 1-2) in Washington, DC. I will speaking on both “Trademark Bullying” and “Networking Across Generations: In-Person vs. Online Strategies .” There are many other interesting presentations and panels, and the event feature attendees from boutique IP law firms from around the world.
The meeting is titled “Intellectual Property as a Corporate Asset” and features not only a discussion of global IP issues, but also practical advice for IP firms to manage and grow their practices. The mission of the Association of Intellectual Property Firms is to ensure that the IP boutique law firm is the preferred choice by clients, corporate in house decision makers and business owners for all IP legal matters.
For more details, see the program below or visit the AIPF website.