Sunday, May 6
11:30 am–4:30 pm
(Exclusive to in-house practitioners only; Advance registration required; CLE Credit Available )
The combined luncheon and workshop, designed exclusively for in-house practitioners, offers a unique opportunity to network, benchmark and exchange best practices for strengthening your brand in a marketplace where many small, medium and large corporations are currently in jeopardy.
Fee: US $200
Registration includes admission to both the Luncheon and Workshop (not sold separately). Tickets for admission to this event will not be sold onsite. Tickets are nonrefundable and nontransferable. Sponsorship opportunities are available.
The program begins with an exclusive Luncheon. Gather with other in-house practitioners for an enjoyable networking lunch and hear an informative keynote presentation.
Following lunch, find out how other trademark owners are protecting their brands and trademarks through proper strategic planning, use of best practices, past experiences and lessons learned along the way. With two interactive and informative sessions, attendees will gain valuable insights regarding brand protection strategies over a wide range of industries and topics, as well as a comprehensive overview of business and trademark practices in India.
Unit Chief, Intellectual Property Rights Unit, FBI
Deputy Director, National IPR Center
Session 1, “India and Social Media”
- Anamaria Cashman, Ralph Lauren Corporation (United States)
- Vikram Grover, Remfry & Sagar (India)
- Ranjan Negi, Armachand & Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shroff & Co. (India)
- Ritu Singh, Dua Associates (India)
Session 2, “Social Media and Identity Theft”
- Chris Turk, The H.D. Lee Company, Inc. (United States)
- Scott Augenbaum, Federal Bureau of Investigation (United States)
- Adam Palmer, Symantec Corporation (United States)
- Karen Webb, Fenwick & West (United States)
- Jillian West, Twitter, Inc. (United States)