Join us at 15:00 Central European Time on 8th December when we'll be in conversation with Caitlin Kraft Buchman, founder and CEO of the Women at the Table initiative.

A serial coalition builder, she is also co-founder of the International Gender Champions and the <A+> Alliance for Inclusive Algorithms. 

Image: Caitlin Kraft Buchman, Women at the Table focuses on systems change to help women redefine the rules in sectors that have key structural impact such as economy, democracy & governance, technology and sustainability. The organisation recognises that women are an essential, untapped resource and focuses on gender equality and democracy for women and men. 



FICPI's webinar host:

Louis-Pierre Gravelle -- Partner at Bereskin & Parr in Canada and Vice President of FICPI's Professional Excellence Committee

Louis-Pierre Gravelle of Bereskin & Parr specialises in the drafting and prosecution of patent applications and providing patentability, validity, infringement and right to manufacture opinions in the fields of electricity, telecommunications, mechanical and information technology. He is a registered patent agent in Canada and in the United States (1998).

Louis-Pierre is involved in due diligence matters and managing patent portfolios. He is also involved in strategic counselling for start-ups, small, medium and large-sized businesses.

A member of the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC) and the Canadian Bar Association (CBA), Louis-Pierre was called to the Québec Bar in 1995. He is also a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ). Louis-Pierre Gravelle is past-chair of the Intellectual Property Section of the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) and past co-president of the Joint Liaison Committee – Patents between the Patent office and IPIC. He is a Councillor for FICPI Canada.

He is listed in the IAM Patents 1000, and has been since 2012. Louis-Pierre is often called upon to speak on a variety of IP-related topics, at local and international conferences and events.



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