Haseltine Lake around the world series 5

30 November 2015

November has been a very busy month for Haseltine Lake – we’ve been all around the world, working with clients and IP professionals. We’ve delivered two seminars in Japan (see Robert Margue’s recent blog here), a “Business Knowledge Bootcamp” in the Netherlands and attended Europe’s largest biotech conference in Munich – amongst other things!

We’ve also been around the globe for many client visits. Magnus Johnston and David Nash started the month in America, visiting some of Haseltine Lake’s direct corporate clients in California and around the San Francisco Bay area. David Brown and Michael Conway went to China at the end of the month, whilst also meeting up with Li Min, from our Guangzhou office. David then made a brief trip to Japan from China for client visitations. 

David Brown with staff from Chinese company, Zhejiang Sujing Purification Equipment Co

Lisa Williams, an Associate at HL, attended the “Business Knowledge Bootcamp” at the European Space Agency Business Incubation Centre (ESA-BIC) in Noordwijk, the Netherlands. Providing essential business knowledge to high-tech start-up companies, Lisa ran a session entitled “Intellectual Property in Business”, covering all aspects of Intellectual Property and how it can be used to grow a successful business. Various companies active within the space sector attended, some of which have recently been accepted into a business incubation program at ESA-BIC.

Members of Haseltine Lake’s Chemistry and Life Sciences team, David Hammond and Denis Canet, travelled to Munich to attend BIO Europe – Europe’s largest biotech conference with over 3,500 attendees. The conference included presentations from biotech companies, as well as round-the-table and panel discussions on a range of topics highlighting, for example, funding and regulatory affairs, providing useful insights into the issues that are affecting not only our clients but the industry as a whole.

Lisa Williams also attended the Satellite Masters Conference, a space sector conference in Berlin, which brought together more than 400 participants from over 40 countries. The Satellite Masters Conference offered key insights into cutting-edge applications from global experts, start-ups, and the winners of Europe's major innovation competitions for space applications – the Copernicus Masters and the European Satellite Navigation Competition.

As an extension of the Satellite Masters Conference, and as a member of the support centre of the Space Business Innovation Centre, Lisa attended the awards ceremony. Through this membership, Haseltine Lake can provide IP advice to the winner of the Netherlands region.

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