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Managing Intellectual Property has launched the Women in IP Network - a platform dedicated to bringing together women intellectual property professionals. With Managing IP's unparalleled access to leading IP lawyers, in-house counsel, academics and policy makers, we have created this niche community to facilitate the sharing of best practices and relationship building through an online network and events across the globe.

Benefits to joining the Network:

  • Invitations to breakfast seminars and cocktail receptions in various locations across the world
  • Delegate place at one of our Women's Forums in London, New York, San Jose/Bay area.
  • Exclusive membership to our online community
  • Access to articles commissioned exclusively for the online platform
  • Leadership Series - bi-monthly interviews with senior women executives
  • Best Practice Series - bi-monthly articles illustrating innovative initiatives
    around women lawyers, including law firm case studies and surveys
    around law firm policy and associate satisfaction
  • Quarterly live online Q&A sessions with expert panelists (CLE/CPD points)



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RT @BirgitC: @ManagingIP Most of choc disputes centre around unconventional TMs, i.e shapes, colours and how the consumer recognises brands…

Aug 17 2017 03:03 ·  reply ·  retweet ·  favourite
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So why are there so many trademark disputes over chocolate? (Toblerone, Kit Kat, Lindt, M&Ms, etc)? Answers, please! https://t.co/NzGjBmWfma

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RT @IP_STARS: For those who need detailed analysis of the issues in Germany (& #UPC criticisms), here are 4 articles to read: (1) https://t…

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