LONDON, July 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Former United Nations Representative, Andrew Hirsch, has confirmed to speak at the Global Patent Congress 2016, taking place in Brussels 26th-28th September.
Andrew has 25 years of international experience representing private sector companies, the US Department of Commerce, and Patent & Trademark Office and was hired by the United Nations to draft the 'Feasibility Study for a UN Technology Bank for the World's Least Developed Countries'.
Currently Executive Director for the International Intellectual Property Institute (IIPI), Andrew will be giving his insight on how to 'Understand Chinese Patent Culture as an Imperative Step for Implementing Strategy', 'How to Improve the Global Intellectual Property Ecosystem and Drive Economic Growth through IP' and opening on-site discussions on 'How the Brexit could impact intellectual property'.
Mr. Hirsch along with leaders from companies including Unified Patent Court, Nokia Technologies, European Patent Office, Valneva Austria, Panasonic, and other Legal experts will be at the Global Patent Congress on 26th-28th September, in Brussels.
The congress brings together 60+ Industry leaders and many more, to debate, discuss and shape global patents within the legal industry and define company patent strategies, including a 'View from the Bench' regarding the Unitary Patent and Unified Patent Court.
The full agenda including a full list of keynote speakers can be found here http://www.patentcongress.com/PR
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