The purpose of this seminar is to inform the participants how to prepare an international application for filing under the PCT and subsequently monitor the consecutive procedural steps, timelimits and payment of fees in the PCT international phase up to and including entry into the national phase in designated and elected states.
- Amsterdam / 22. - 23.10.2019
- Amsterdam / 24. - 25.11.2020
Our speakers will help you to gain an in-depth understanding of Art 83 EPC. After the course, you will be able to better balance the needs for disclosing the necessary information for the European patent application and keeping important features of the invention secret for other jurisdictions.
This course is about key metrics for IP. Attendees will learn how to measure IP KPIs.
The concept of added subject-matter for an application or a patent under Art. 123(2) EPC is a very important concept in European patent law.
This course is about techniques and tools for IP risk mitigation. Attendees will learn how to set up a proper IP risk management process.
Recently, companies outside the telecommunications sector have been receiving patent notices of [hostile licencing offers] and, in some cases, have even been sued.This practical course aims at showing what a recipient of a FRAND licencing request should do to avoid receiving an injunction.
Train how to detect sufficient procedures for concrete valuations and improve your value calculation skills! Our patent valuation workshop will provide attendees with the opportunity to train their patent valuation skills through four case studies which become more and more difficult, thus preparing them for future patent valuation challenges. Attendees will need to compute throughout the course.
- München / 07. - 08.11.2019
This course helps you to recognize common pitfalls in complex patent license agreements and our speakers will provide you with receive numerous tips and tricks for the practice.
Our speakers will not only give an systematic overview of the most relevant case-law but will also show recent trends with regards to re-establishment of rights proceedings at the EPO.
This practical course centers around an interactive case study that provides participants with a hands-on analysis of US patent law in comparison to European Law.
Special attention will be paid to US practice in the post-AIA world.
- Amsterdam / Leiden / 14.11.2019