Program today: You Say IP, I Say IPR
August 6, 2010 by Mary Adams
Accountants document on the balance sheet that which: (a) is a diminishing fraction of enterprise value; (b) excludes the innovations and business processes comprising intellectual properties (and rights) that create above-average profits; and (c) is of passing interest to risk and financial executives concerned with cash flow.
Are the rules and language of accounting a hindrance to the creation and monetization of intellectual properties, or irrelevant?
Join me Friday, 6 August, at 12h00 EDT for the Mission Intangible Monthly Briefing as I interview
Dr. Roya Ghafele, Lecturer at Oxford University and expert on IP perceptions, and formerly an economist at both the UN World Intellectual Property Organization and Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and
Jim Singer, partner at the Pepper Hamilton law firm, a member of the firm’s intellectual property practice group who publishes the IP Spotlight blog, and is formerly an electrical engineer with an iconic oil firm.
If you are general counsel, IP counsel, chief financial officer, a risk officer, an IP executive, a manager of strategic partnerships, a reputation executive (marketing, PR), a board member of any public company, or have a financial interest in any publicly traded security, you won’t want to miss this event.