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[Australia-public-discuss] Fwd: Free seminar on patent thickets, Melbour

From: Ben Sturmfels
Subject: [Australia-public-discuss] Fwd: Free seminar on patent thickets, Melbourne 8 March 2012
Date: Sat, 03 Mar 2012 10:16:50 +1100
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Hi Folks,

There's a patent seminar on in Melbourne next week. I'll try and get along. Anyone else interested?

It is organised by Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia (IPRIA), so will have a clear bias towards patenting.

The last patent seminar I attended (organised by IP Australia) gave some really interesting insights into how much patent advocates feel they are on the back foot in terms of public opinion.


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Subject:        Free seminar on patent thickets, Melbourne 8 March 2012
Date:   Fri, 02 Mar 2012 16:37:17 +1100
From:   IP Australia <address@hidden>

Free seminar on patent thickets, Melbourne 8 March 2012

Presented by IPRIA in association with the Licensing Executives Society
Australia and New Zealand (LESANZ).

*/Finding the trail of breadcrumbs - navigating a patent thicket/*
Does the proliferation of patents in a technology have a negative impact
on innovation by increasing transaction costs and effort? How does a
business position itself for successful navigation through or around a
patent thicket?

*Presenters: * Professor Dr Elisabeth Müller, Chair of Innovation
Management, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Germany

Ms Karen Sinclair, Principal, Watermark and Immediate Past-President,

*Date:* Thursday 8 March 2012, 5pm - 6pm (refreshments from 4:30pm)
*Venue:* Griffith Hack, Level 10, 161 Collins Street, Melbourne

Visit IP Australia's website for more information about the seminar

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