There are very few opportunities to hear from in-house patent analytics experts. I highly recommend the event.
Recent Trends in IP Data Availability and Big-Data Analytics
Expert Panel Discussion and Networking
The push for more transparency at the US Patent Office, and other offices worldwide, has made prosecution data and other patent applicant datapoints more available to public scrutiny than ever before. These data, combined with advanced analytics software and computer hardware able to manipulate these large datasets, have begun to elucidate trends in patent prosecution that (when combined with in-house data and the proper assumption frameworks) may give IP practitioners insights that can help create better IP and save filers money.
Beer, wine, soft drinks and light hors d'oeuvres will be served.
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
The Briar Club
Garage and valet parking available and included with registration fee.
Through October 11:
After October 11:
Ms. Phillips has been working in the intellectual property (IP) arena for over fifteen years, particularly in the areas of IP-related competitive intelligence and technical patent and nonpatent literature searching. Ms. Phillips began her career at Procter & Gamble (P&G) in Cincinnati, Ohio, working as a Technical Assistant in Corporate New Ventures (a group tasked with evaluating outside technology for the entirety of P&G). She then moved to the IP-practice group of Dinsmore & Shohl (also in Cincinnati), working as a Technical Consultant, providing both patent application prosecution support and IP litigation assistance. In 2000 Ms. Phillips moved to Columbus, Ohio, and began work at Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) as an Editorial Analyst in the Mammalian Hormones Document Indexing Group of the Biochemistry Department of CAS’ Editorial Division. In 2002 she transitioned to the role of Applications Specialist at CAS, specializing in advanced STN training, focusing on protein and gene sequence searching in particular. Following her tenure at CAS, Ms. Phillips moved to Halliburton in Houston, Texas, working in their Intellectual Asset Management group as both the head of IP Competitive Intelligence and as a Senior Patent Liaison for the Cementing and Multichem Product Service Lines. Ms. Phillips holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Youngstown State University, a Master of Science degree in Biochemistry from the University of Cincinnati, and a Master of Business Administration degree from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. She is also a registered US Patent Agent.