FinTech, blockchain, cybercrime – intellectual property for the financial services industry today requires a balance of emerging technologies and rights, including patents and trade secrets.
On July 24-25 in New York World Congress is holding the 16th annual “Protecting Innovations in the Financial Services Industry.” It will be convened at the Intercontinental Barclay, between Park and Lexington Avenues.
Speakers include USPTO Director Andrei Iancu, Microsoft Chief IP Counsel, Erich Andersen (pictured) and IP executives from American Express, MasterCard and Wells Fargo.
Hon. Joy Flowers Conti, Chief Judge United States District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania, also will present.
Program highlights include:
- Discuss implications of the USPTOs recently announced guidance for subject matter eligibility under Section 101
- Assess the impact of the revised guidance on Federal Court cases
- Determine patentability of AI and blockchain technologies: Gain strategies to overcome patent eligibility rejection
- Explore innovations in FinTech and their impact on financial services IP
- Hear updates on CBM and IPR proceedings
- Foster a culture of innovation and strengthen the IP ecosystem
For the full program, go here.
For the list of speakers, here.
To register, go here. IP CloseUp readers receive a $200 discount by including conference code, CLOSEUP.
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