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Thomson Reuters Commemorates World IP Week with Series of Strategic Intellectual Property Seminars Across the U.S.

Experts from AT&T, Caterpillar, Dechert LLP, General Electric, and Townsend & Townsend & Crew LLP convene to share IP strategies and best practices at "The New Age of Intelligent IP" seminars

PHILADELPHIA, April 23 /PRNewswire/ -- The IP Solutions business of Thomson Reuters commemorates World IP Week, April 26 - May 1, 2009, with a series of strategic intellectual property seminars in San Francisco, Chicago and Philadelphia titled "The New Age of Intelligent IP." The seminars provide valuable insight on the impact of the economic climate on intellectual property, the rise of patenting in China and its effect on U.S. businesses, and best practice methodologies for managing IP rights throughout the Intellectual Property Lifecycle. Agendas and more information can be found at

"As a leader in intellectual property solutions, Thomson Reuters thought it appropriate to host our North American IP Seminars during World IP Week, to show our commitment to and focus on promoting intellectual property as a critical component of an organization's business strategy," said Michael Thompson, director of marketing, IP Solutions, Thomson Reuters. "The events offer a unique opportunity for IP professionals to learn valuable strategies and best practices, while networking with leaders within this space."

Each seminar is one full day, running from 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. at each respective location:

  • San Francisco: The Mark Hopkins Intercontinental Hotel, One Nob Hill, San Francisco
  • Chicago: The Four Seasons Hotel, 120 East Delaware Place, Chicago
  • Philadelphia: The Ritz Carlton, Ten Avenue of the Arts, Philadelphia

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