An event is coming up on patents, innovation and job creation at the Newseum on Friday January 21. The keynote speakers are PTO Director David Kappos and Retired Chief Judge of the Federal Circuit Paul Michel.
Other industry experts and executives will participate in panel discussions. Below is the news release.
As the U.S. economy struggles with high unemployment, the Innovation Alliance hosts a half-day discussion with inventors, entrepreneurs, business leaders, and industry experts on the economic value of patents and a vigorous USPTO. The conference features remarks from David Kappos, Director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and Paul Michel, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Retired Chief Judge. Gene Quinn, founder of IPWatchdog, Inc and Kim Hart, reporter at Politico will moderate morning panels on creating jobs and the impact of patents on the modern innovation economy. Email Innovation Alliance to RSVP
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