IMS ExpertServices announced today its sponsorship of the 2019 American Bar Association Intellectual Property Law (ABA-IPL) Section’s 2019 Annual Meeting and 34th Intellectual Property Law Conference, held in Arlington, Virginia from April 10 through April 12.
Since 1894, ABA-IPL has advanced the development of intellectual property laws and built a forum for balanced insight on the full spectrum of IP law.
The annual ABA-IPL Conference has garnered a reputation for attracting the preeminent authorities on the most pressing and current topics related to IP law. This year’s Conference is anticipated to draw between 700-800 attendees from corporate in-house counsel, government, academia, and practitioners and IP litigators from AmLaw 100 firms and specialty IP boutiques.
The 2019 Meeting and Conference marks the second consecutive year IMS has sponsored the event and discussion.
“The ever-changing landscape of innovation is ever-changing,” remarked James Crane, IMS Chief Relationship Officer, “especially with recent developments in areas like biosimilars, blockchain, and augmented reality. IP law is continuously evolving – making ABA-IPL and the discussions of this community very important to IMS and our clients who trust us to deliver the best-aligned expertise and experts in areas critical to innovation. We are honored to be a sponsor of the Conference and a part of the dialogue.”
Crane will be attending the event, joined by IMS Director of Corporate Relations, Marie-Petra Adams.
About IMS ExpertServices
IMS ExpertServices is a consultative expert services firm for the most influential global firms, dedicated to offering rigorous research, strategic expert alignment, and ongoing services to position clients for success. The company earned nine consecutive rankings on the Inc. 5000 list, and was recently recognized by Florida Trend in its 2018 “Best Companies to Work For” rankings, as 2019 Best Intellectual Property Litigation Consulting and 2019 Best Expert Witness Search by Corporate Counsel Magazine, and by National Law Review as “2018 Go-To Thought Leader” for its commentary and publications related to intellectual property litigation. More information on the firm and its services can be found at www.expertservices.com.