Eight Smart & Biggar lawyers join IP leaders at the AIPLA Annual Meeting in Washington
Eight Smart & Biggar team members from across Canada will represent the firm at the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) Annual Meeting, from October 24-26 in the Washington, D.C. area. Partners, Daniel Davies, Christine Genge, Daphne Lainson, James Pan, Mark Pidkowich, David Schwartz, Matthew Zischka and counsel, Patrick Roszell will attend to participate in sharing ideas, strategies and experience with global IP leaders.
In addition, Smart & Biggar is also an IP Practice in Japan Sponsor, a key industry market for the firm.
In the company of over 100 speakers and 1900-plus attendees, conference delegates will review legal updates and rules that impact their practices, learn from leading practitioners in intellectual property and participate in practical and applicable educational programming.
AIPLA is a global leader in intellectual property law through its commitment to education, outreach, member service, and advocacy.
Please be sure to reach out to one of are attending team members if you are in Washington for AIPLA.
Smart & Biggar is Canada's largest firm practising exclusively in intellectual property and technology law, with offices in Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary. As leaders in intellectual property and technology law Smart & Biggar has been serving clients for over a century.