National Alliance for Jobs and Innovation / University of Oregon School of Law Event

Event Details

Presentation

October 13, 2017 9:00am - 1:00pm

70 NW Couch St
Portland, OR 97209


This event will bring together manufacturers, industry experts, legal professionals, academics, and students to address current and future intellectual property (IP) and cyber theft issues facing the manufacturing sector. The program will include speeches and two one-hour panel discussions where industry experts will provide substantive insights into strategic IP & cyber planning and protection, the current threat landscape, supply chain management, the future of manufacturing innovation, improving global competitiveness, privacy and more. Special Guest: Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum

Add to Calendar 10/13/2017 09:00:00 10/13/2017 13:00:00 National Alliance for Jobs and Innovation / University of Oregon School of Law MFG DAY Event This event will bring together manufacturers, industry experts, legal professionals, academics, and students to address current and future intellectual property (IP) and cyber theft issues facing the manufacturing sector. The program will include speeches and two one-hour panel discussions where industry experts will provide substantive insights into strategic IP & cyber planning and protection, the current threat landscape, supply chain management, the future of manufacturing innovation, improving global competitiveness, privacy and more. Special Guest: Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum http://www.mfgday.com/events/2017/national-alliance-for-jobs-and-innovation-university-of-oregon-school-of-law 70 NW Couch St., Portland, OR 97209 khorton@naji.com MM/DD/YYYY

For More Event Information
Kara Pascal
202-957-2511
khorton@naji.com

About National Alliance for Jobs and Innovation / University of Oregon School of Law

The National Alliance for Jobs and Innovation (NAJI) is committed to ending unfair competition and stopping the theft and misappropriation of trade secrets and other IP-protected information through: (1) providing access to state-of-the-art enforcement resources to prosecute IP theft whenever it occurs (2) promoting public policies that require strong protections against unauthorized access or appropriation of IP and business data, and (3) public education by leading industry and academic figures and cutting-edge research on the impact of IP theft and the need to protect business IP and data.

http://naji.org/INITIATIVES/EVENTS/