This live webcast provides you regularly with the detailed presentation of the EPO's Boards of Appeal on computer-implemented inventions and their impact on your prosecution practice.
Participants, doing business in a complex multi-jurisdictional environment, will be enabled to address difficult situations when designing and negotiating R&D agreements in cross-border projects.
Our speakers will give you tips and tricks on EP claim drafting and will show you which pitfalls to avoid.
This online course deals with the impact of G2/21 on plausibility and shall enable participants to reduce exposure to G2/21 challenges.
Participants, doing business in a complex multi-jurisdictional environment, will be enabled to address difficult situations when designing and negotiating patent license agreements in cross-border projects.
This online course aims at providing attendees with the mindset, the methodology and the tools to move a traditional IP department to an agile IP department.
This online course provides drafting and negotiating advice for EU practitioners, with precise references to existing US law.
This online 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.
This live webcast course deals with how to protect your patent properly in the USA. This online course will provide a detailed guidance to the formal requirements of US patent prosecution.
This online course aims at providing a toolbox for improving procedures and outcomes of the IP department. This should facilitate making the IP department even a more costsensitive profit center.
Computer-implemented inventions are now almost ubiquitous. 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!