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.
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.
In this seminar the strategic IP goals that can be facilitated by patent prosecution strategies will be explored.
This practical course deals with the impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on intellectual property practice. Attendees will be provided with valuable knowledge as well as practical methods and tools using digital patents in digital business models.
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).
The seminar aims to give a practical, in-depth understanding of the European Patent System.
Learn in this hands-on course how to improve your patent portfolio management skills. Get more information and register here!