24 - 26 January, 2012, Kistamässan, Sweden, Europe
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Company X buys Company Y on account of their extensive patent Portfolio…
Organisation A sells Corporation B its patents for a huge sum…
Such headlines are becoming more and more common. One thing is clear, your patent portfolio could be extremely valuable and it’s an asset that requires protection. Capitalise on this trend by focusing your efforts on three essential goals:
Capture Value across your Patent Portfolio
You can capture more of that value by building your patent portfolio in a strategic way, making the correct tactical decisions in a global market. Companies out there have been focusing their efforts on doing just that, organisations such as Intercell have been making significant changes in their holistic patent strategy. What’s more, their Head of IP, Adrian Spillmann is happy to share his experience.
Protect the Value inherent in your Patent Portfolio
Regular reviews of your intellectual property portfolio and the potential threats to it are an essential aspect of a patent protection strategy.
can identify risks such as those posed by Non-Practicing Entities, you can tackle them head on. Joseph Villella at Infineon Technologies has been looking into this particular threat with vigour and he will be giving some insight into his studies in January. The methods avaialbe to you to ensure effective protection are vast and can differ between jurisdictions. Perhaps you’re working in the US, in which case Tom Briscoe’s presentation on Examination Requests is a must see.
In this special double interview, Legal IT speaks to Tom Briscoe, Sr. Principal IP Strategist for Research & Development at Dako Europe, about how to approach IP for the best business gains – he shares the following valuable mantras - project not protect your innovation and build bridges not fences! The second part of the interview features Adrian Spillman, Global Head of Intellectual Property at Intercell, who talks about how to decide when to patent and how to tackle patenting in unknown markets – namely to build connections, develop a good knowledge of cultural and legal obligations in the market and to tailor your innovation to your audience.
Assert your Intellectual Property Rights
Of course prevention is better than a cure, but sometimes the need for litigation just can’t be avoided. Whether you’re claimant or respondent, the creation of a litigation strategy and its subsequent litigation in the midst of an ever evolving legal situation is a significant challenge. Olivier Thirard, the Director of IP at Orange FT Group is no stranger to this situation and he’ll be taking the Global Hi Tech IP delegates through the essential elements of effective litigation strategy formation.
See how all of this and more will come together. Download the online Brochure now for your copy of the Global Hi Tech IP agenda now.
It’s essential to move fast in the world of intellectual property and this event is no different. We’re releasing a limited number of delegate places at a reduced rate for a limited time only.
"The presented tools and working ways of the IPR departments of the big companies are of great help for the future and for deciding on a healthy IPR strategy"
Patent Engineer, ClimateWell Core Technologies AB
"Very good speakers and interesting topics. Very valuable for my work."IPR Associate, NesteOil
"Very Useful."Patent Engineer,
Raumaster Paper Oy
"I thought it was a good line up of topics, dealing mostly with IP strategy."Partner, Withers & Rogers LLP
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