PIUG 2008 Northeast Conference
Overview | Program | Presentations (Members-only) | Travel | Workshops
Monday, October 13 to Thursday, October 16, 2008Hyatt Regency New Brunswick
2 Albany Street
New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA 08901
Tel: +1 (732) 873-1234, Fax: +1 (732) 873-1382
PIUG 2008 Northeast Conference Papers – October 2008
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Abstracts, author biographies, and the full program are available on the Final Program page.
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Welcome and Introductory Remarks, Adrienne Shanler, PIUG 2008 NE Conference Chair
Keynote Address: Certification, Licensure and Legal Liability for Patent Information Professionals: A Primer, Martin Wallace, University of Maine
Panel Discussion: "Standards of Excellence for Patent Information Professionals", Cynthia Barcelon-Yang (Bristol-Myers Squibb), Moderator
Training initiatives (primarily PERI), Edlyn Simmons, Proctor & Gamble
Certification initiatives (primarily in Europe and Japan) and PETT Taskforce, Lucy Akers, Bristol-Myers Squibb (Presentation not available.)
The PIUG Wiki — A New Medium for PIUG Collaboration and Discussion, Thomas E. Wolff, Wolff Information Consulting LLC; subsequently published as "PIUG Wiki: Communication and Collaboration Par Excellence." Searcher. The Magazine for Database Professionals, 17, no. 8 (September 2009): pp. 12-19, 51-53
The Facts on Legal Status – Who, What, Where, When & Why, Jim Brown, FIZ Karlsruhe
Updates on US Patent Law, Rules, and Practice, Rick Neifeld, Neifeld IP Law, PC
Locating Patent Information About the Newest High Technology: A Case Study of Nanotechnology Patents, Ron Kaminecki, Dialog LLC
Why IP is Important and What an IP Attorney Looks for in a "Good Search", Richard Woodbridge, Fox Rothschild LLP
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