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Dumplings and Cheer – LESANZ NSW End of Year Event
Please join the NSW committee for an in person catch up on Thursday, 30 November. This will be an informal affair to catch up with old friends as well as an opportunity to make some new connections. So please, bring a friend along and enjoy a drink and some dumpling at The Argyle.
IPBC Asia 2023
From 28 – 30 November 2023 at IPBC Asia for the region's foremost gathering of senior thought-leaders and decision makers operating in the IP market. Corporate executives, deal makers, investors, policy experts and legal professionals will come together in Tokyo this year, to share insights, discuss new trends, and build their networks. Find out more #IPBCAsia
2023 Francis Gurry Lecture on Intellectual Property
In this presentation, the President of the EPO, António Campinos President, European Patent Office will share his vision for the next stage of the Organisation’s contribution to the patent system and the societal benefits it brings.
Data as an IP Asset
Do you need access to data to develop new products and services or are you generating data that might be useful to someone else? AI is expanding into most industries but development of AI tools requires access to robust training datasets which may often be generated by third parties. Similarly, the development of medical and diagnostic tests need access to biobanks and biological samples from multiple patients. This can raise a number of legal issues associated with ownership, licensing and protection of the data.
WILA Speakers Series: #2 Behaviour Characteristics of Leader
LES Women in Licensing Alliance | Moderator: Pam Cox, Marshall, Gerstein & Borun LLP Speakers: - Marie Kerbeshian, PhD, CLP, Assistant Vice President and Executive Director at University of Iowa Research Foundation - Ningling Wang, Partner at Finnegan - Dawn Cassie, Deputy General Counsel, Guidehouse, Inc.
IP issues relating to Generative AI AU perspectives & beyond
Hosted Webinar on IP issues relating to Generative AI – Australia’s perspective and beyond. With the adaption of Artificial Intelligence across many industries, companies will have to address novel issues relating to Intellectual Property Rights in this space. This event will discuss the regulatory developments in AI, the legal risks of using AI (including IP risks), and how companies could best prepare for using AI in this area.
LESANZ WA Spring Networking Sundowner
Join the LESANZ WA and wider professional innovation community for a casual spring sundowner. Featuring John Gibbs and Mick Little from Spinifex Brewing Co who will share some news about their new innovations and sample their latest local brews.
101 Introduction to the business of IP: fundamentals
Facilitated by Ben Hamilton, Partner at Hall & Wilcox with extensive experience in the field, introducing the concepts of IP, the language of licensing and enhance this fundamentals via a licence agreement case study. Includes valuable Q&A
Tech Transfer Triumphs: IP, spin-outs & capital raising
Join our Fireside Chat webinar on Tech Transfer Triumphs: Navigating spin-outs, licensing, and capital raising that promises to be both informative and engaging. Reserve your spot now!
WILA Speaker Series 2023-24 - Session 1: Imposter Syndrome
LES Women in Licensing Alliance | Amy Boettcher, JD, PCC Amy Coaches Amy is an attorney with over 18 years of family law experience. In 2019, she pursued her dream and became a certified life coach. She knows firsthand the pain points lawyers experience – perfectionism, imposter syndrome and dealing with demanding clients.
LESI Asia Pacific webinar - AI & IP
Webinar on Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property Rights in Asia : How to Attribute Ownership and Licensing Issues. Speakers: Michelle Loi (LES Malaysia – Shearn Delamore & Co.) Taruna Gupta (LES India – Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)) Tudor Filaret (LES Australia/New Zealand – DLA Piper)
Rec: Negotiating the Hard Issues in a Licence Agreement
The recorded 1.5 hour workshop will examine the key components of a licence agreement from a negotiator’s rather than a lawyer’s perspective, and will focus on the important and hard issues which are most often hotly contested, and which will do the most to determine the practical commercial benefits arising from the deal.
PVR: Seeds of change & growing NZ’s potential
This 1.5 hour webinar will discuss the new Plant Variety Rights Act 2022 – what it means for users, how it will change the future, and discuss what may be next.
Innovation Incentives and your IP – getting it right
Webinar via Zoom | In many cases, R&D activities will produce intellectual property. Understanding the implications of IP development and protection decisions on the availability of the Australian R&D Tax Incentive could result in access to critical cash flow.
LESANZ Annual General Meeting 2023
LESANZ will host the Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 4th April at 12:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time via Zoom.
Accelerating AU's Computing Capability thr. Quantum
Join us at Pawsey for a journey into the future of computing. View the supercomputer, hear from Pawsey about research and commercialisation opportunities. Hear direct from Quantum Brilliance about their room temperature diamond quantum accelerators and commercialisation pathway.
LESANZ Annual Conference 2023
Conference in-person - full program details and registration types available via Annual Conference web pages. Conference - Wednesday Welcome cocktails + dinner, Thursday Plenary + Dinner, Friday Plenary + post event drinks.
WW: Ethics MCLE: Will I be struck off?
1 hour - The first question legal practitioners often ponder when they receive a disciplinary complaint or when they are the subject of a show cause event is whether their right to practise will be impacted. This workshop will explore some interesting decisions from Courts and Tribunals around Australia and provide some valuable insights as to the lessons arising.
WW: Negotiating the Hard Issues in a Licence Agreement
1.5 hour workshop will examine the key components of a licence agreement from a negotiator’s rather than a lawyer’s perspective, and will focus on the important and hard issues which are most often hotly contested, and which will do the most to determine the practical commercial benefits arising from the deal.
WW: 101 Introduction to the business of IP: fundamentals
2.5 hour Facilitated run by our LES IP professionals with extensive experience in the field, covering the main types of IP, the language of licensing and enhance learning via a licence agreement case study. Includes valuable Q&A