Patent Portfolio Generation and Management
- Essentials of patent portfolio management
- Budgeting and organizing patent portfolio management
- Patent portfolio generation
- Extracting value from the patent portfolio
- Pruning the patent portfolio
- Patent portfolio management exercises
Aims and objectivesOnly well-managed patent portfolios will contribute to the company's revenue and will not be a burden on the company's budget. Attend this practical course on patent portfolio generation (PPG) and patent portfolio management (PPM) and learn from firsthand experience of an experienced patent portfolio manager. Attendees will be shown practical tools and templates. Tools can be scaled and used in different industries.
- Forecasting; monitoring; Countermeasures
- Patent portfolio generation: workflow; R&D process: patent dept. involvement
- Invention generation/disclosure form; submission of inventions
- Screening; prior art searches; Patent Committees; review processes
- Invention assessment; decisions; awards; feedback to inventors
- Patent portfolio management: workflow; tech-based organization
- Insourcing vs. outsourcing; internal instructions; outsourcing architectures
- Agents: agreements; schedule of fees; collaboration
- Patent quality guidelines; monitoring (reviews; checklists; scoring)
- Feedback; removal
- Different strategies - advantages/disadvantages
Simone Frattasi is a European Patent Attorney and a Telecommunications Engineer with a PhD in Wireless, Mobile Communications. From 2016, he is the Head of the Patent Section of a leading telecommunications company based in Sweden. Previously, he worked as a Patent Attorney at two Danish IP firms (Patrade and Plougmann&Vingtoft) and as a Technical Project Manager at Aalborg University, Denmark. He is a Swedish representative in: "ISOTC279: Innovation Management System, WG3, Guidelines for IP Management".
NL 1054 Amsterdam
Phone: +31 20 6075555
Fax: +31 20 60075511
'This is really helpful for building our IP department. What I liked most: the practical applicability of the course content. Excellent course for portfolio managers.'
First-hand update for patent practitioners & EQE candidates: Each year the boards of appeal of the European Patent Office hand down more than 2000 decisions. These decisions set the standard for interpreting and applying the European Patent Convention (EPC).
15.11.2019 in Amsterdam