WEBINAR

IP Law Firms – Get ready for 2022 and beyond!

Published, 27 December 2021

(Re)Watch our webinar in which a wide-ranging panel of IP law firm leaders share their experience and the measures their organizations are taking to best prepare for 2022 and beyond.

As we emerge from the worldwide pandemic, what are IP law firms seeing as key client challenges and how is this impacting their business? Are dramatic budget restrictions here to stay? How is digital transformation shaping the future? What new needs have arisen around the globe?

To answer those questions and to demonstrate that a crisis provides greater opportunities, the panel will cover the following topics:

  • How COVID-19 impacted IP law firms
  • What new trends have emerged
  • Key client challenges
  • What’s on the horizon and how best to prepare

SPEAKERS

Thomas Kimpfbeck

‎‎German & European Patent Attorney

KIMPFBECK

Viviane Chilton

Senior IP services & Consulting Expert

Questel

Philippe Vigand

Managing Director Patents

Novagraaf

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