Thursday, 22 October 2015

IP Due diligence -- making a difference: a roundtable discussion

Innovation, with its associated intellectual property rights, is often the deal driver -- but how often are the IP specialists in the room when the deal is done?

Aistemos, being an IP strategy and analytics company that has developed an innovative approach to enhance the quality and reduce the cost of IP due diligence, has organised a roundtable discussion about the future of IP due diligence, and about IP risk assessment more generally. Topics up for discussion include:
* how deals are make: the investment banker’s perspective;
* how corporates use and assess due diligence: a view from the inside;
* IP analytics: how data science can increase efficiency and provide insight.
To keep the discussion focused, this event is only open to anyone who is actively involved in the management of IP due diligence projects, not just those which relate to M&A but also more generally to those projects that cover licensing and monetisation. 

The object of the exercise is to provoke a discussion that challenges the current norms of counting and scheduling, and to look at ways of opening up new approaches in an area that we and others believe requires fresh thinking.

The discussion will take place on Thursday 3 December 2015, up on the 3rd floor of 90 Long Acre, London WC2E 9RA, with registration at 5.00 pm, a prompt start at 5.30 pm (the discussion can continue over drinks at 6.30 pm).

Space is limited, so early registration is a good idea if you want to participate.  If you fit the description of an active due diligence person, it will be great to share our thoughts with you, and vice versa. You can register by following this link.

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