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Securing Intellectual Property




Speaker: Philip Nisbett, IBM Global Services Negotiations

To commercialise innovations, protect them and control their future developments it is essential to understand IP. The Securing Intellectual Property event will explore patents, copyrights, database protection, confidential information, insurance, registered and unregistered designs. 

Guest Speaker

Philip Nisbett has practiced as a solicitor in the fields of electronics and information technology for thirty years, in private practice, Thorn EMI, British Telecommunications, Digital Equipment and IBM.
He has dealt with state funded collaborative research and development, commercial joint ventures, technology licensing for money or international standards, intellectual property litigation and commercial supply of hardware software and IT services in most continents of the world. 

Event Programme

In his talk, Philip will elaborate on how the different types of intellectual property can be used by businesses to successfully exercise control over the future development of technology and rewarding those who implemented the technology and brought it to market.

17:30 Registration tea/coffee in the Drysadale Lecture Theatre Foyer

18:00 Talk by Philip Nisbett

18:45 Q&A 

19:00 Networking and wine reception

20:00 Finish

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When and where

5.30pm - 8.00pmTuesday 22nd January 2013

City, University of London Northampton Square London EC1V 0HB United Kingdom