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Patenting your way to more profit

IP AT THE CUTTING EDGE with cocktails

Kilburn & Strode LLP serve up some of the world’s leaders in IP and innovation to show how patents can help companies at the cutting edge of technology, all washed down with cocktails from one of London’s finest mixologists.

The first talk is taking place on 17 October 2013 at 6.00pm at Google Campus and the details are as follows:

1. Patenting your way to more profit

Olivier Johansson from tax experts Deloitte and Nick Shipp, a European patent attorney at Kilburn & Strode, look at how the UK Government’s Patent Box initiative could help reduce the tax bill of innovative companies. 

Following the seminar there will be an opportunity to discuss the Patent Box, as well as any other IP or tax related queries, with a number of specialists from Kilburn & Strode and Deloitte over a cocktail or two.

 

For more information, and to reserve your place at this talk, please contact Toto James by email ([masked]) or on[masked] 4200.  Reservation with Toto James is required to secure your place at this event.

Please feel free to pass on this invitation to any of your colleagues that may have an interest in attending. Spaces are limited so early booking is recommended. 

 

Dates for the diary:

2.  Supporting growth in innovation - 13 November 2013 at 6pm

Rosa Wilkinson, Director of Innovation at The UK Intellectual Property Office, discusses how the UK Government can help companies get funding for innovation and protect their innovation. 

3.  Big bucks and patent trolls - 3 December 2013 at 6pm

Chris Palermo, US patent attorney from leading Silicon Valley based law firm Hickman Palermo, discusses everything from protecting your innovations in the US to avoiding patent trolls.

Reservation for events 2 and 3 will open as soon as the preceding event has finished.

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