Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the LES Annual Meeting!
Hotel cut-off date has been extended through September 19 and rooms are limited! Click here now to book your room(s) at the group rate.
Meeting Mobile App
LES Connect is a powerful networking platform that will allow you to connect with fellow meeting attendees, search for technologies, schedule meetings and more! LES Connect is accessible on iPhones, Android devices and any web-enabled device. The desktop version and links for the app are available here.
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Win a Free Registration to the LES 2014 Annual Meeting!
We're giving away four free registrations to the LES 2014 Annual Meeting! We'll choose one winner each week, so register for the conference now, and you'll be entered into a drawing to win a full refund of your registration fee. Register today for your chance to win!
LES' 50th Annual Meeting will build upon the 2014 LES theme "Advancing and Enhancing Business Development, Deals & Innovation," and feature cutting-edge topics addressed by today's thought leaders, industry experts, and dealmakers. More than 1,000 intellectual property, licensing, business development, and technology transfer professionals will attend the meeting. Read the Top Ten Reasons to join us!
2014 Morton's Steakhouse Contest Winner
Congratulations to Emilio Martinez of TechInsights, winner of the August registration contest. Emilio will enjoy a $200 gift certificate to Morton's Steakhouse! Register by September 22 to save $100 off onsite registration rates.
2014 Taste of San Francisco Basket Winner
Congratulations to Daniel Gurfinkel of Dennemeyer & Associates, LLC, winner of the July registration contest. Dan will enjoy a Taste of San Francisco gift basket on us!
2014 Annual Meeting Hotel Stay Contest Winner
Congratulations to Mark Kassel with Foley & Lardner, winner of June's monthly registration drawing, who will receive a complimentary 4-night stay at the 2014 Annual Meeting hotel in San Francisco.
San Francisco in the News
San Francisco Noir
The New York Times
June 27, 2014
San Francisco is well known for its transformations, the most recent one fueled by tech money that has seemingly scrubbed much of the city clean.
San Francisco Repurposes Old for the Future
The New York Times
May 29, 2014
By Michael Kimmelman
Businesses are planting themselves in existing buildings in San Francisco, while residents are getting little relief from the high housing costs, and new construction faces obstructions.