Today, the USPTO and Berkeley Center for Law & Technology announced registration is still open for "Start-Up Nation Comes to Silicon Valley: Comparing the U.S. and Israel Patent Systems and Start-up Cultures."
Here are the details:
"Friday, February 16, 2018
12 noon - 1:15 PM
Silicon Valley U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
26 South 4th Street
San Jose, CA 95112
Join leaders from across the innovation ecosystem in a comparative U.S. - Israel discussion on promoting start-up activity and fostering economic growth. Panelists will highlight trends in entrepreneurial activity taking place in both countries and will share their experiences with patent practices and address questions of patent subject eligibility and patentability across emerging technologies.
This event is free and open to the public. Space is limited.
Register here by February 15, 2018
• Moderator: Peter Menell, Koret Professor of Law and Co-Founder/Director, Berkeley Center for Law & Technology, Berkeley Law
• Asa Kling, former Director of the Israel Patent Office and Commissioner of Patents, Trademarks, and Designs (2011 - 2017) and Gilbert Distinguished Visiting Fellow of the Berkeley Institute of Jewish Law and Israel Studies at Berkeley Law
• John Cabeca, Regional Director, Silicon Valley U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
• Dan Lang, Vice President, Intellectual Property and Deputy General Counsel, Cisco Systems
• Yasmin Lukatz, Executive Director, ICON -Israel Collaboration Network"
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