Variation Regulation, Classification guideline, eSubmission - all processes explained in this course.
- Amsterdam / 27. - 28.08.2018
The course will provide you with in-depth and practical knowledge of how the Madrid system functions and of its latest developments.
- Amsterdam / 26. - 28.09.2018
This course will provide a detailed guidance to the formal requirements of US patent prosecution.
The seminar aims to give a practical, in-depth understanding of the European Patent System.
- Amsterdam / 18. - 19.10.2018
This seminar will give you an in-depth knowledge on the CMC requirements for the marketing authorisation.
- Amsterdam / 05. - 06.11.2018
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.
- Amsterdam / 08. - 09.11.2018
Do you need essential European regulatory affairs knowledge? This course gives you a compact overview about all important issues. Each day may be booked separately according to your needs!
- Amsterdam / 19. - 21.11.2018
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.
Our experienced speakers will help you to be prepared for FTO challenges when your company or your client wants to introduce new products or enhance existing ones. They will discuss with you best practices for setting up time and cost sensitive FTO searches and drafting effective FTO opinions.
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.