IP Issues at the FTC: Remarks by Chairwoman Edith Ramirez

BY Maggie Clark
September 30, 2016

Note: Registration for this event is now closed. However, we will be live streaming the event at: https://scontent.webcaster4.com/web/IPattheFTC. An archived copy of the event will also be available at that same link shortly after the event concludes. 

 

On October 6, join CCIA and AAI for a luncheon event featuring a special keynote address from FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez as she speaks about the agency’s recent work at the intersection of intellectual property and antitrust, including patents.

IP Issues at the FTC: Remarks by Chairwoman Edith Ramirez

Thursday October, 6, 2106

The National Press Club

12:00pm to 2:00pm

The FTC has long taken an active interest in intellectual property policy; for example, in recent years, the FTC has been studying the behavior of patent assertion entities and their effect on competition. The Chairwoman’s remarks will be immediately followed by a panel discussion to examine the work of the FTC and antitrust enforcers in this crucial policy area.

Our panel will feature:

Mike Godwin, Senior Fellow, R Street Institute

Lisa Kimmel, Senior Counsel, Crowell & Moring

Matt Levy, Patent Counsel, Computer & Communications Industry Association

Michael Meurer, Professor, Boston University School of Law

Suzanne Munck, Deputy Director and Chief Counsel for Intellectual Property, Federal Trade Commission

Registration will open at 12:00pm and the program will begin promptly at 12:30pm. Complimentary lunch will be served.

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