CIPA: On the road to help members
As he prepares to take up the reins at the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys, incoming president Daniel Chew explores his historic appointment, the Unified Patent Court, and the dangers of burn-out.
This year marked a historic moment for the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA) when it appointed Daniel Chew as its first Asian president.
As the year draws to a close, and before he assumes his new role in January, WIPR caught up with him to discuss why such visibility matters, the Unified Patent Court (UPC), and the challenges that lie ahead for patent attorneys.
Congratulations on your appointment. What will be your priorities when you begin as CIPA president?
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