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Seattle Discussion on “Innovate in India”

April 10, 2015 | Seattle, WA


On April 10, NBR and the Center for Advanced Study and Research on Intellectual Property (CASRIP) of the University of Washington School of Law co-hosted a public discussion to detail key aspects of India’s IP and innovation policy environment. The discussion also served as the Seattle launch event for a multiyear NBR study examining these issues and their implications for industry, policy, and research.


Report

"Innovate in India"
by Roy Kamphausen

Available for free download through May 31, 2015

Event Materials

Agenda and Speaker Bios

Learn More

For more information about the event, please contact:

Clara Gillispie
Director for Trade, Economic, and Energy Affairs
eta@nbr.org

Featured Speakers

Stewart Beck
Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada

Richard Ellings
The National Bureau of Asian Research

Clara Gillispie
The National Bureau of Asian Research

Senator Slade Gorton
K&L Gates; Slade Gorton International Policy Center at The National Bureau of Asian Research

Roy Kamphausen
The National Bureau of Asian Research

Meredith Miller
The National Bureau of Asian Research

Congressman Adam Smith
State of Washington

Toshiko Takenaka
Center for Advanced Study and Research on Intellectual Property, University of Washington School of Law

Pallavi Mehta Wahi
K&L Gates


About CASRIP

The Center for Advanced Study and Research on Intellectual Property of the University of Washington School of Law is a research and policy development institute focusing on problems in patents and other property ownership rights in high technology. CASRIP holds conferences and sponsors lectureships and visiting scholars. CASRIP also hosts the annual Patent and Intellectual Property Law and Practice Summer Institute, including a two-day conference called the High Technology Protection Summit with speakers with intellectual property expertise from around the world.


Roy Kamphausen (National Bureau of Asian Research) examines new approaches to trade-secret protection and argues that protecting intellectual property (IP) requires more than enhanced corporate measures and better government enforcement mechanisms; informal information sharing is a necessary component. Read "New Collaborative Approaches to IP Protection."