IP HELPS SOCIETY & ECOSYSTEM PARTNERS

Prosper.

The Georgia Intellectual Property Alliance (GIPA) is empowering Georgia IP to advance society™ by building a model IP ecosystem to generate global impact from creativity & innovation in the Southeast. GIPA facilitates the creation, protection & enablement of ideas that serve the common good.

WE APPRECIATE OUR FOUNDING SPONSORS



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Umbrella Mission

Intellectual property is critical to moving society forward. However, complexity and uncertainty of IP rights presents delicate problems that impede progress. Until now, no organization has focused on the prosperity of society from all IP has to offer.

Georgia has the ecosystem and assets to nurture & strengthen otherwise vulnerable ideas. Through GIPA a collaborative partnership has been established comprising academic, business, government, and individual leaders - across public and private institutions, science and technology centers, and artistic creators. Together we deliver IP thought leadership, programs and events to help all communities create, protect and enable IP for the benefit of global society.

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Thank You!

 
 
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IP Ecosystem Leader

A Preferred Georgia IP Alliance Partner

 

TO THE GEORGIA CHAMBER

For convening the outstanding Feb. 25 event Driving American Innovation at Georgia State College of Law, in concert with the US Chamber, AIPLA, GIPC and other outstanding partners. The event brought together members of Congress , USPTO Director Andrei Iancu, leaders from American technology & entertainment industry leaders, law firms, independent inventors and academics at Georgia State College of Law. GIPA celebrates this opportunity to bring together ecosystem partners in Georgia, and we look forward to future events with the Georgia Chamber and many other IP ecosystem leaders.

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PERSPECTIVES FROM CONGRESS

Georgia Congressman Doug Collins (C) and Georgia Congressman Hank Johnson (R) discuss IP issues before the House Judiciary Committee in terms of patents, trade secrets, music and many other issues

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USPTO DIRECTOR ANDREI IANCU KEYNOTES

GIPA Chair Scott Frank (L) and event Keynote Andrei Iancu, Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the United States Patent & Trademark Office (R)

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AIPLA & GIPA “State of US IP System”

AIPLA & GIPA hold a panel with (L-R) Lisa Jorgenson, Executive Director, AIPLA; Scott Frank, GIPA Chair and CEO IP, AT&T; Hans Sauer, VP, BIO; Barbara Fiacco, Partner, Foley Hoag; Dr. Stuart Graham, Professor, Georgia Tech School of Business


 

Programs & Events

The Georgia IP Alliance offers a rich and evolving calendar of IP ecosystem programming and events for K-12 and career professionals. Many of these gatherings exceed their tenth year; and each brings thought leaders, practitioners, academics, counselors and experts together to discuss key innovation issues and recognize the progress of creativity in everyday IP needs, hot topics and the industries of tomorrow.

 

CREATE

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IP THINK TANK

For the past five years the IP Think Tank has provided an annual facilitated forum that brings together renowned thinkers and corporate leaders to discuss where IP will have the most impact in the coming years. Outputs include group discussions, recommendations and a white paper, published in the thought-leading Intellectual Asset Management magazine.
 

 

ENABLE

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IP LEGENDS & COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARDS

The IP Legends & Community Service Awards bring well-deserved recognition to outstanding members of the IP community who have distinguished themselves through impactful and longstanding contributions to the field of IP. Previous recipients include: Hank Aaron, S. Truett Cathy & Ted Turner. 2018 honorees include: Lonnie Johnson, Inventor & Engineer; Lawrence “Larry” Nodine, partner at Ballard Spahr; and Hon. Andrew Young Jr., Congressman, Diplomat, Mayor, Pastor, Activist.

 

PROTECT

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CORPORATE IP INSTITUTE (CIPI)

The Corporate IP Institute is an annual two-day conference held at Georgia State University each fall and typically draws more than 150 professionals from around the country. It has become a prominent professional conference in the fields of IP law and business. It provides a singular forum for corporate in-house IP professionals to discuss issues they face, exchange ideas, and network locally and nationally.


 

 
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OCTOBER 2018

White paper available

"The Case & Opportunity for
The Georgia Intellectual Property Alliance"