Search Results

Your search found 49 results.
Displaying 1 - 10 matches.

  • 22 September 2014 - 24 September 2014

    Biotechnology for the Non-Biotechnologist

    Management Forum

    London

    WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND: 

    • Understand the fundamental principles of biotechnology
    • Gain guidance on Biosimilars
    • Improve your understanding of the key techniques used by biotechnologists
    • Understand the importance of meeting regulatory requirements
    • Learn about the key advances being made in regulatory requirements
    • Understand how to identify potential patents - how and why they must be protected

    TOPICS COVERED TO INCLUDE: 

    • An introduction to biotechnology and molecular biology
    • Biosimilars
    • Development of production organisms
    • Process optimisation and scale-up
    • Product recovery and purification
    • Patents in the biotechnology sector
    • Analysis of Biopharmaceuticals
    • Formulation design of Biopharmaceuticals
    • Regulatory considerations and applications
    • Process economics
    • Future developments

     

    View event details

  • 22 September 2014 - 24 September 2014

    Strategic IP Planning

    Management Forum

    London

    WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND:

     • Receive practical IP strategy advice from two highly-rated experts

    • Learn how to use a step-by-step guide and ‘toolkit’ to set up a successful strategic IP plan


    • Take away practical tips and methodologies that can be used to align your IP with R&D and business goals


    • Benefit from highly interactive sessions including case studies, real-life examples and business simulation and


    • Compare experiences with fellow attendees from across Europe


    View event details

  • 25 September 2014

    Patent Protection for Software-Related and Business-Related Inventions in the EU and US

    Management Forum

    London

    TOPICS TO BE COVERED AT THIS SEMINAR INCLUDE: 

    • Developments in Europe for Computer-Related Inventions
    • Current US Strategies Post Bilski
    • Recent USPTO's Guidelines on Computer-Related and Business-Related Inventions

    In addition, this seminar will consist of an interactive workshop session to illustrate strategies for gaining the best possible protection for computer-related and business-related inventions.

    SPEAKERS:

    Ian Harris, D Young and Co LLP, London

    Alexander Clelland, Former Board of Appeal Chairman, European Patent Office Munich

    Timothy May, Partner, Finnegan LLP, Washington

    View event details

  • 25 September 2014 - 26 September 2014

    Patenting Biotech in Europe and the USA

    Management Forum

    London

    In an attempt to restrict the granting of patents with broad claims, many patent offices have imposed stringent and complicated requirements on biotech patent applications. In addition, there are still significant differences between US and European patent practice.

    This seminar, using practical examples, will highlight these differences as they apply to biotech inventions, and offer delegates techniques to help them overcome the obstacles to obtaining protection for their inventions.

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND

    • Biotechnology specialists
    • Corporate patent counsel
    • Patent attorneys from corporate and private practice
    • Intellectual property consultants
    • Patent managers and engineers
    • Biotech R&D executives
    • Company legal advisers
    • All those involved with patent protection of biotech inventions in Europe and the United States

    View event details

  • 30 September 2014

    Influencing Skills

    Management Forum

    London

    Success in business, and outside often depends on our ability to influence others. This course teaches you the psychological principles that make people more receptive to you and your ideas.


    WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND:

     

    • Understand the psychological principles that influence people’s decision making

    • Learn how to make a compelling case

    • Build stronger relationships

    • Open people’s minds to new ideas

    • Gain confidence in your ability to influence others in situations where you don’t have authority

    • Get people to come around to your way of thinking

    • Reduce tensions and conflict


    View event details

  • 14 October 2014

    EU Law for Litigators

    MBL Seminars Limited

    London

    Course Level: Intermediate Introduction Increasingly, European law gives clients a defence (or indeed a cause of action) and this seminar will help practitioners to ensure they pick up on EU law points as they arise and use t...

    View event details

  • 15 October 2014

    International Contract Law

    Management Forum

    London

    LEARN HOW TO:

     • Appreciate the rights and responsibilities of the contracting parties in across-border sale transaction as well as understanding and assessing associated legal concerns

    • Accommodate for transactional risks in international trade

    • Negotiate the mechanisms used for transportation of goods, financing of such transactions and resolution of disputes

     WHO SHOULD ATTEND ?:

    Those with little or no experience of cross-border commercial contracts such as:

    • Lawyers

    • Solicitors

    • Trainee solicitors

    • Attorneys

    • Commercial and contract managers

    • Business development managers

    • Project managers

    • Business consultants

    • Finance and business executives

    • Legal personnel

    • In-house and external counsel

    View event details

  • 15 October 2014 - 17 October 2014

    Corporate Counsel Exchange 2014

    IQPC

    Confirm your registration for the Corporate Counsel Exchange With less than 4 weeks to go until the Corporate Counsel Exchange 2014 and just 3 days left to secure your place; isn't it time you requested your invitat...

    View event details

  • 16 October 2014

    EPO Oppositions and Appeals - The Case Law

    Management Forum

    London

    This seminar will consider, drawing on case law and the speakers experience, the present working of opposition and appeal procedures at the European Patent Office.

    This course, together with EPO Patents – The Case Law on the following day, offers a summary of both background and recent developments from the perspective of speakers with day to day involvement in the practice and procedure of EPO oppositions and appeals.
     

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND

    • Trainee patent attorneys
    • Patent attorneys in private practice
    • Corporate patent attorneys and lawyers
    • People working or training in intellectual property
    • Consultants and managers

    Those already familiar with the field will find the seminars valuable for updating their knowledge.

    Topics to be covered:


    •  Introduction to Oppositions
    • Filing and Admissibility of Oppositions

    • Substantive Examination of Oppositions

    • Introduction to Appeals

    • Filing, Admissibility and Examination of Appeals

    • Evidence

    • Petitions for Review

    • Oral Proceedings


    Speakers:
    Graham Ashley
    and Christopher Rennie-Smith - European Patent Office, Munich

    View event details

  • 16 October 2014

    IP Due Diligence

    Management Forum

    London

    REGISTER FOR THIS INVALUABLE GUIDE TO IP DUE DILIGENCE PROJECTS TO:

    • Gain practical advice from highly-rated experts on how best to prepare for your due diligence project
    • Learn to identify when a due diligence project is desirable and how to determine what its scope should be
    • Discuss how to evaluate the patent portfolio to ensure as much transparency as possible
    • Improve your understanding of the risks around ownership and learn how to minimise these risks
    • Communicate due diligence results effectively whilst protecting confidential and privileged information
    • Understand your obligations if the deal doesn't go through

    View event details

View results 10 per page | 25 per page | 50 per page

New Search

date picker
date picker