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Global Series 2018 - Ottawa

Recognized as a leading senior level global dialogue on fundamental challenges in commerce, trade, and intellectual property, the Global Series 2018 venue returns to Canada. Scheduled for October 10-12, 2018, the Ottawa session responds to rapidly emerging national and international focal points in these sectors. The Series 2018 Session is an outreach of Global Series partners, EPLAW, the Federal Circuit Bar Association, and others. To engage serious dialogue, join corporate policy and legal leaders, government representatives in trade and intellectual property, trade and patent adjudicators, patent office leaders, and others. Session participants are expected to include government officials and judges of the Canada, the United States, Germany, Korea and other countries.

The Global Series - In General

Global Series sessions, part of an on-going dialogue, address topics of global significance at a senior level of discussion. Working closely with government representatives, adjudicators, corporate leaders, litigation leaders, academics, and others in the global community, the Series responds, in real time, to emerging challenges. The on-going Series includes participants from Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, the Republic of Korea, the United States, the People’s Republic of China, Canada, Brazil, and other countries.

Although global systems share many common challenges, 2018 trade and intellectual property communities confront fast-paced and extraordinary global policy developments. These affect not only systems but also societal betterment. Among these are trade and trade agreements and their legislative implications. In the midst of these challenges, the 2018 Session will weigh: corporate perspectives on innovation, quality, and enforceability; on trade, barriers, economics, and intellectual property; trade agreements; and commercial predictability. The Series builds upon accomplishments of Global Series Special Session London (2017), Global Series Europe Paris, October, 2016, addressing challenges in intellectual property adjudication (the global judges’ views); adjudicatory change; patent litigation challenges in various countries; patenting strategies; licensing considerations (including antitrust, standards essential patents, and international exhaustion); and, the globally most challenging issues (e.g., injunctions, damages).

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