IP*InSource(SM) announces its Best Practices in Intellectual Property (IP) Asset Management Executive Education Series, a series of workshops geared toward anyone interested in in-depth information, case studies, and best practices for the management of intellectual assets and intellectual property.
Bedford, NH (PRWEB) August 10, 2005 -- IP*InSource(SM), a division of SPIRAL
Communications Corporation, announces its Best Practices in Intellectual
Property (IP) Asset Management Executive Education Series: a series of workshops
geared toward business and technology professionals, financiers, strategists,
agents, accountants, attorneys, paralegals, and anyone interested in in-depth
information, case studies, and best practices for the management of intellectual
assets and intellectual property. The first in the series, a one-day workshop,
“Managing Intellectual Property for Greater Corporate Value: Methods and
Techniques for Finding and Patching IP Exposure Points at Start-Up, On-Going,
Re-Organization, and Exit Stages,” is offered in several U.S. cities, including
Manchester, New Hampshire, October 6, 2005. Topics include but are not limited
to principles of patent, trade secret, trademark, and copyright protection; IP
asset basics pertinent to commercialization and keeping the corporation healthy,
e.g. ownership, selective information disclosure, and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance;
IP management strategies and responsibilities by corporate function; anti-trust
triggers; IP considerations during mergers, acquisitions, and bankruptcy
proceedings; and franchising.
Speakers include Pamela (Pam) Roth, Practice Leader, IP Asset Management, IP*InSource(SM) and Glen Secor, Attorney, Secor Law and Information Group, LLC. Ms. Roth has been engaged for more than 20 years as an enterprise strategist, product marketing practice manager, and electronics and software industry analyst; and holds law degrees from Franklin Pierce Law Center (L.L.M. in Intellectual Property) and New England School of Law (J.D.); an M.S. from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; and B.A. from Hofstra University. Mr. Secor, an attorney practicing in NH and MA, focuses on transactional business law, tax law, and IP management; and holds law degrees from Harvard Law (L.L.M.) and Suffolk University Law School (J.D.); an M.S. from New Hampshire College, and B.A. from Stonehill College.
Seating is limited, attendees are asked to register ASAP to ensure a seat. Register online at www.ipinsource.com. The early bird rate is $495 until midnight September 1, 2005; after that the standard rate is $595 and the government standard rate is $535. The graduate student rate is $475. All fees include morning coffee, mid-day and afternoon breaks, luncheon, and materials. For NH hotel accommodations, call The Highlander Inn directly at 1-800-548-9248 and ask for the IP Management Seminar rate. The Highlander Inn is offering a special rate of $109/night plus tax for hotel reservations made by September 1, 2005.
IP*InSource(SM) provides time-is-of- the-essence deliverables including business process and intellectual asset audits; strategic planning for intellectual property-focused entities; international executive education programs; customized client-site intellectual property management training programs; patent search and associated reporting; and business mediation. IP*InSource(SM) and the IP*InSource(SM) logo are service marks of SPIRAL Communications Corporation.
Pamela (Pam) Roth, Practice Leader
Intellectual Property Asset Management Practice
IP*InSource(SM), a division of SPIRAL Communications Corporation
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