Any surprises (or clues) in this conference notice?

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Any surprises (or clues) in this conference notice?

Landed in my inbox.  IP = intellectual property:

The Conference

This year's event addresses the most critical and timely issues facing the financial industry regarding patents and patent reform, recent case law, including the Bilski decision, and the responses to the challenge of doing more with less in today's economic environment.

Corporate Counsel Perspectives from Key Institutions

This is the only event delivering finance-specific IP case examples, view points and best practices. Learn from your colleagues at key financial service organizations including:

  • Barclays Capital
  • JPMorgan Chase
  • UBS
  • Bank of America
  • Capital One
  • LiquidNet
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
  • Mastercard Worldwide
  • Freddie Mac
  • Citi
  • Pipeline Trading
  • NYSE Euronext
  • The Hartford Financial Services Corp

Featured Sessions


  • The Future of IP Innovation & Monetization: An Out-of-the-Box Perspective from Intellectual Ventures
  • What Are the Effects of Business Method Patents in Financial Services?
  • European Perspectives on Business Method Patents: Voices from the EPO
  • Effectively Quantifying and Assessing ROI for IP Programs in the Financial Services Space
  • Forming Offensive and Defensive IP-Driven Joint Ventures in Financial Services
  • Best Approaches for Patent Litigation in Financial Service: A JPMorgan Chase Case Study
  • Contextualizing Finance IP Historically and within the Greater IP Landscape


For more information, please visit

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Re: Any surprises (or clues) in this conference notice?

Maybe they want to patent profits and get a royalty every time we earn money.

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