IP Law Summit invites Michael Bishop as Chairperson
The IP Law Summit and it's organisers Marcus Evans are glad to announce that Michael Bishop, the General Counsel at AT&T IP Corporation in Atlanta, Georgia, will join the 35th IP LAW Summit as the Chairperson and will discuss how IP Counsels need to get prepared for the future of the IP Law Industry.
Lawyer Monthly is partnering with the 35th IP Law summit taking place this September in Las Vegas, USA and event organisers have just announced the latest invitee and guest speaker.
The IP Law Summit and it’s organisers Marcus Evans are glad to announce that Michael Bishop, the General Counsel at AT&T IP Corporation in Atlanta, Georgia, will join the 35th IP LAW Summit as the Chairperson and will discuss how IP Counsels need to get prepared for the future of the IP Law Industry.
The 35th IP LAW Summit will run LIVE from 26 – 28 September 2021 at a premium location, the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, NV, USA. The summit will bring leading IP executives and innovative suppliers and solution providers physically together to discuss the key strategies for managing IP issues, forge new relationships and generate new business opportunities with a distinguished group of IP Companies.
The summit’s primary focus is to provide a platform that helps leading companies, evaluate and partner with relevant suppliers and solution providers. The Summit effectively unites experts in an exclusive networking environment providing the opportunity to pre-schedule one-to-one business meetings with key leading and forward-thinking executives.
Speakers include executives from Wells Fargo, Seagate Technology, ABRO Industries and Google.
Michael suggests that the IP industry has been impacted from the pandemic of Covid-19 and IP lawyers should be preparing for what is next to fulfil the challenging task of protecting new inventions and encouraging innovation.
Join Michael in this session, where a panel of experts will discuss cutting edge aspects to IP and what the future will bring for the IP law industry, delving into:
- Technology landscape and IP landscape; what can we expect in the future?
- How technology will impact the patent space
- How we will work and interact over the next four to five years and what this means for the way we do business and the way we focus on technology
- Structuring your IP portfolio for what is next
Michael formerly served as Chief IP Counsel for BellSouth Corporation and practiced law at King & Spalding, in Atlanta. He received his juris doctor in 1990 from the George Washington University Law School, Washington, D.C., and is a graduate of the University of Florida, with a B.A., History, magna cum laude. Michael also attended graduate school in history at the University of York, U.K.
Additionally, Michael has been extremely active in professional and community activities. He is a past president of the Atlanta IP Inn of Court, a member of the Board of Visitors of the Savannah College of Art & Design, serves on the Board of Trustees of the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts & Sciences, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power & Potential.