This course will outline the principles of licensing and examine every stage, from taking the decision to license, through negotiation to an in-depth analysis of an international license to what happens after the agreement has been signed.
- Amsterdam / 05. - 06.06.2019
- Heidelberg / 05. - 06.12.2019
Computer-implemented inventions are now wide-spread in areas such as telecommunications, automotive or medical engineering. Drafting patent claims and IP strategies for software innovations show considerable differences in detail. Learn the particularities and train to draft better claims for software innovations!
Learn how to write software patent applications which get granted and are infringed upon! This course will give you the best practical tips to improve your skills in drafting claims for software patents. Apply your knowledge in a practical test including feedback from our speaker, an experienced litigation expert.
The course provides practical, hands-on experience in eCTD specifications, eSubmission requirements and data integrity for IDMP, SPOR and XEVMPD.
- Amsterdam / 26. - 27.06.2019
This advanced seminar is designed as an advanced course and will focus on all relevant topics for an expert in the field of medical scientific information. Our speakers will update you on all the applicable key issues.
This course will give you an in-depth knowledge on the CMC requirements for the marketing authorisation.
- Amsterdam / 25. - 26.09.2019
The course will provide you with in-depth and practical knowledge of how the Madrid system functions and of its latest developments.
- Amsterdam / 09. - 11.10.2019
This course will provide a detailed guidance to the formal requirements of US patent prosecution.
- Amsterdam / 16. - 17.10.2019
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.
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.