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In Korea, there is a proverb that says, Tigers leave only their skins when they die, 

but through his achievements a man’s name lives on’. So what does a company leave 

behind when it dies? The answer is 'patent.' It is a famous quotation among 

intellectual property experts. 

 

The corporate patent assets determine the rise and fall of a corporation. 

Some companies have grown into global players by utilizing intellectual property, 

Whereas some companies failed because they didn’t consider it important. 

Qualcomm, a venture business, has grown into a core and global company 

in the mobile communications industry based on its intellectual property of CDMA. 

Even Nokia, which once dominated the global mobile phone market, did not hand over 

its key patents when it sold its mobile phone business to Microsoft in 2013. 

Nokia still earns more than 1.6 billion euros each year from basic technologies and 

Standard Essential Patent (SEP), etc. used in mobile devices. 

On the other hand, South Korean computer manufacturers made inroads into the U.S. 

and had been on the up and up with the annual sales of more than 1 million units 

in the late 1990s. However, Compaq sued for breach of 13 patents, 

including PC security and system speed improvement technology, and the manufacturer 

which did not hold a patent in the U.S. withdrew from the market. 

 

IP(intellectual property) has become important enough to determine the rise and fall 

of a country, going beyond businesses. IP plays a key role in the job creation and 

economic growth of a country. IP disputes of major global companies deals a fatal blow to 

the country's jobs and economy. Since the advent of New Protectionism, this trend is becoming

more prevalent. IP has been discussed as an important issue of trade friction between countries. 

In response, major advanced countries are stepping up an institutional strategy and 

more to prevent technology leaks and protect the IP as well as vitalize it. 

 

The Financial News and Korean Intellectual Property Office will hold 'The 9th International 

Intellectual Property and Industrial Security Conference' at the Grand Ballroom of 

the Westin Chosun Hotel in Sogong-dong, Seoul on June 14, 2019. 

The world's greatest scholars will gather to share their insights under the theme of 

‘Age of the New Protectionism, The Future of IP.’ 

Prominent speakers of IP advanced countries will present and discuss policies of 

their countries to strengthen their IP, and then focus on the trends in the future industrial security.


 



Overview



TITLE : The 9th International Intellectual Property and Industrial Security Conference

 

THEME : Age of the New Protectionism, The Future of IP

 

DATE : Friday, June 14th, 2019   09:00 ~ 15:50

 

VENUE : Grandballroom, Westin Chosun Hotel, Seoul(1F)

 

HOST : The Financial News, Korean Intellectual Property Office

 

SUPERVISOR : Korea Intellectual Property Society

                            Korea Intellectual Property Protection Agency

SPONSOR : Presidential Council on Intellectual Property, Korea Patent Attorneys Association,

                      General Federation of Korea Intellectual Property,

                      Korean Association for Industrial Technology Security,

                      The Korean Association for Industrial Security,

                     

 

 

CONTACT : Tel.02-6965-0055 / Mail. dh.lee@fnmice.com


 

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