Would you like to advocate U.S. intellectual property (IP) positions with foreign governments and assist U.S. stakeholders? If so, join us for this live webcast on Wednesday, December 14, 2016, from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m ET, to learn more about exciting career opportunities offered by the USPTO's Overseas Intellectual Property Attaché Program.
USPTO IP attachés from 11 offices around the world will describe the wide variety of work involved with their day-to-day roles, discuss why they recommend an IP attaché career, and describe their individual career paths. This roundtable discussion will allow ample opportunity for interaction and questions from the audience.
Live Streaming: This public meeting will be available for viewing via live webcast. After connected to video, Dial In for audio 1-571-270-7000.
Registration: No registration is required. The meeting is free and open to the public via webcast.
Additional Information: If you have questions about this meeting, please call 571-272-9649.
Background: The IP Attaché Program assigns IP attachés to U.S. embassies and consulates located around the world to represent the USPTO as experts on intellectual property matters. IP attachés assist industry associations, businesses, and other U.S. stakeholders in their efforts to protect and enforce their IP rights abroad.