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Marathon’s CEO to Speak on NPEs “Under Attack”

July 7, 2014

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International IP Forum in Amsterdam, June 22-24

Marathon Patent Group CEO Doug Croxall will be joined by current and former experts from government, law and consulting at the Intellectual Property Business Congress on June 23 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The topic of their discussion will be the reasons for the continued attack on non-practicing entities (NPEs), or patent licensing companies, including inventors, SMEs and universities.

NPEs under attack

The debate about non-practising entities (NPEs)/patent assertion entities/trolls grows louder and more vehement in the United States. Attacks are being launched from a variety of sources.

  • Proposed patent litigation reform
  • Growing judicial and antitrust scrutiny
  • What the future holds for NPEs

Moderator

Michael Lennon, Partner, Kenyon & Kenyon

Speakers

Will Plut, Principal, Patent Profit International Doug Croxall, CEO and Chairman, Marathon Patent Group Scott Burt, Senior Vice President and CIPO, Conversant Intellectual Property Management Inc Chris Israel, Partner, American Continental Group For those interested in further information, contact the IP Business Congres here. More than 600 IP holders, advisors and investors from the U.S., Europe and Asia are expected to attend.

Will Plut, Principal, Patent Profit International Doug Croxall, CEO and Chairman, Marathon Patent Group Scott Burt, Senior Vice President and CIPO, Conversant Intellectual Property Management Inc Chris Israel, Partner, American Continental Group For those interested in further information, contact the IP Business Congres here. More than 600 IP holders, advisors and investors from the U.S., Europe and Asia are expected to attend.