Learn about the USPTO IP Attaché Program

 IP Attaché Consultations 2019 event artwork showing a city skyline against a yellow abstract background.

Don’t miss this excellent opportunity for New Orleans–area intellectual property (IP) stakeholders and practitioners to learn about important and emerging IP issues in foreign regions, ask questions relevant to their business or industry, and connect with several of the USPTO’s IP attachés. This meeting is open to members of the public to attend on a first-come, first-served basis. The event is free, but advance registration is required.

IP attachés are diplomats posted in 10 countries. They advocate for improvements to foreign IP systems, conduct training programs and public awareness campaigns on IP, and assist U.S. stakeholders with IP issues in their respective regions. Dominic Keating, the director of the USPTO’s IP Attaché Program, and the IP attachés assigned to U.S. missions in China, the European Union, Mexico, South America, and Southeast Asia will participate in this program.

The World Trade Center New Orleans® is hosting this event.

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You can find information about directions and accommodations on the registration page. For non-press inquiries, please contact Terri Davis at the USPTO’s Office of Policy and International Affairs, (571-272-6815).

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