IP Workshop — Freedom to Operate and Other Such Considerations

MBHB partners Dr. Kevin Noonan, Dr. Donald Zuhn and Dr. Paul Tully are featured presenters for a one-hour program entitled, “IP Workshop — Freedom to Operate and Other Such Considersations.” The program will take place from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on July 20, 2015 at the UIC Forum in Chicago as part of the two-day Tech Transfer Summit (“TTS”) North America. MBHB is a proud sponsor of the event.

The North American Summit, part of the TTS Global Initiative, is the main pillar of the TTS Global Initiative in the United States. The TTS is a highly unique interactive discussion, networking and business development platform bringing together KOLs and decision-makers from all of the key stakeholder groups in biotech innovation (TTOs, Start-ups & spin-outs, biotech SMEs, entrepreneurs & CEOs, VC, Corporate & Royalty investors, pharma & industry, patient organizations, government funding bodies, IP & advisory, and more).

The Summit is deliberately compact and exclusive drawing a maximum of 250 attendees from across America and Canada, as well as a global audience including pertinent and poignant participants from the rest of the world. This focus on quality over quantity ensures the right environment and format for highly interactive, powerful discussion, relationship building and business development.

All discussions are aired under the Chatham House rule to facilitate serious discussion and debate around the real issues in our sector.

Who will you meet?

TTS has a proven track record of regularly attracting top international executives, KOLs and decision-makers from:

  • Academic institutions, Technology Offices and innovators
  • Established and emerging biotech companies (CEOs, Directors)
  • Pharmaceutical & Healthcare company executives
  • Venture capital, Corporate Venture & other biotech and healthcare investors
  • Senior Governmental & Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Select specialized & world-class service companies


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