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  • 14 May 2015

    Drafting and Managing Pharmaceutical Data Safety Exchange Agreements

    Management Forum

    London

    Topics to be covered at this seminar:

     

    • Commercial arrangements in the pharmaceutical industry

    • Contract basics

    • Regulatory requirements

    • Key pharmacovigilance terms for commercial agreements

    • Key terms in co-marketing and distribution agreements

    • Key terms in co-promotion agreements, arrangements with vendors and service providers

    • Audit and inspection findings

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND ?: 

    Personnel involved in negotiating, preparing and managing commercial agreements where the inclusion of pharmacovigilance terms and obligations is needed. Departments include Safety, Commercial, Regulatory Affairs and Legal.

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  • 21 May 2015

    Stress & Time Management

    Management Forum

    London

    TOPICS TO BE COVERED INCLUDE:

     

    • What is Stress

    • Physical and Psychological Stress

    • The BREAD Method of Managing Stress

    • Time Management – What are the Issues

    • Urgent vs Important

    • Progress vs Importance

    • Timebusters and Time Drivers

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  • 21 May 2015

    The Impact of Patent Construction

    Management Forum

    London

    How to Prove Infringement and Validity in US, UK and Germany

    AIMS OF THE COURSE

    • To examine the principles of claim construction in the three jurisdictions
    • To contrast the doctrines of equivalents and purposive construction
    • To analyse validity requirements
    • To illustrate the major issues with panel discussion, comparative examples and case studies

     THE COURSE PROVIDES:

    • A comprehensive overview of the principles of patent claim interpretation in the USA, UK and Germany
    • A comparison and explanation of the varying approaches for determining when a patent claim that does not literally describe an accused system is nonetheless infringed
    • Exemplary fact scenarios, with comparisons of the USA, UK and German approaches to claim construction and validity determination
    • Recommendations for both litigating patents and preparing patent applications
    • A unique opportunity to spend a whole day in detailed analysis with recognised experts
    • Time for participants to ask questions and discuss individual concerns through the day

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND

    • Patent professionals in private practice, including patent attorneys and lawyers
    • Heads of IP, Heads of Patents and in-house patent counsel at every level
    • Patent engineers and inventors
    • All whose responsibilities include the need to understand the scope of patent coverage in USA, UK and Germany

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  • 21 May 2015 - 22 May 2015

    The Art of European Claim Drafting

    Management Forum

    London

    This new seminar combines one day of claim drafting fundamentals with a further day of focused workshops.  Attendees have the choice of either a mechanical or chemical workshop. 

    ATTENDEES WILL:

    • Gain a good understanding of the principles of the drafting process

    • Develop their drafting skills in accordance with European practice

    • Compare European and US practices

    • Learn to avoid common drafting mistakes

    • Benefit from practical workshop exercises, led by two highly experienced trainers

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND

    • Trainee patent attorneys – preparing short or long term to qualify

    • Patent attorneys in private practice

    • Corporate patent attorneys and lawyers

    • People working or training in intellectual property

     CHOICE OF WORKSHOPS FOR DAY 2

     Day 1 (21st May 2015) - The Art of European Claim Drafting

     Day 2 (22nd May 2015) either CHEMICAL Workshop or MECHANICAL Workshop

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  • 22 May 2015

    Assertiveness for Maximum Impact

    Management Forum

    London

    THE WORKSHOP WILL HELP YOU TO:

    • confidently express your views and opinions

    • ask for what you want in a way that gets listened to

    • say no to unreasonable requests

    • stand your ground in the face of resistance or manipulation

    • deliver difficult messages without undue emotional interference

    • choose more successful responses when faced with aggressive or passive behaviour from others.

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  • 22 May 2015

    How to Avoid Common Pitfalls in Combined EU/US Patent Applications

    Management Forum

    London

    NEW, ONE-DAY, ACCELERATED WORKSHOP

    HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT FROM ATTENDING THIS WORKSHOP

    • An application originating in Europe frequently encounters substantial difficulties before the USPTO.
    • Recurrently, claims issued to a European applicant are unnecessarily narrow by US standards or unexpectedly constrained by US principles of disavowal, disclaimer and estoppel.
    • Claim amendments and patentability arguments that are highly effective for the EPO often prove entirely inadequate before US Patent Examiners and the PTAB.
    • This workshop addresses the parallel, but substantially different, rules for drafting and prosecuting patents required by the Examiners and Appeal Boards of the EPO and USPTO.
    • You will study the contrasting approaches of the EPO and USPTO and learn the experts’ techniques for drafting an application for, and responding to, rejections issued by the two offices.

    PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS

    • You and the other delegates will be invited to correct and modify a sample application to be filed with both the EPO and USPTO.
    • You will be asked to develop effective arguments, for the EPO and USPTO, with respect to hypothetical patent office rejections.
    • The seminar will include ongoing opportunities for you to ask questions and discuss individual concerns.

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND

    • • Patent professionals and other executives who are responsible for patent applications that are filed in, and prosecuted before,
      both the European and US Patent Offices.
    • Managers overseeing and evaluating the multinational patent prosecution

    SPEAKERS

    Bradley Hulbert,  McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff, Chicago
    David Meldrum, D Young & Co LLP, London

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  • 2 June 2015

    Improved Performance Through Increased Accuracy & Attention to Detail

    Management Forum

    London

    BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

    • To understand the importance of accuracy and attention to detail in day-to-work work

    • Understand the psychology of attention and accuracy

    • How to assess the current level of attention span

    • Improve attention span and accuracy

    • Ensure improved focus and concentration

    • Understand how to improve performance

    • Share best practice to improve accuracy and attention

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  • 18 June 2015 - 19 June 2015

    European IP Law

    Management Forum

    London

    Those attending this two day seminar will:

    • Learn why it is important to protect IP in Europe
    • Analyse the rationale, substantive content, evolution and development of IP law at European level
    • Gain an understanding of IP rights within the framework of EU primary and secondary legislation
    •Understand how to acquire, protect and exploit IP rights in Europe, (i) how to balance the need to protect IP rights and the need to attain a single European market without distorting competition; and (ii) the existing differences between EU Member States’ legislation in some IP areas (e.g. patent and copyright law)
    • Become familiar with some of the legal issues affecting IP licensing agreements including competition law

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  • 25 June 2015

    Effective Defence of EPO Patent Applications

    Management Forum

    London

    THE PROGRAMME WILL COVER THESE IMPORTANT ISSUES illustrated by some case law

    Article 84 – clarity of claims
    – Categories and types of claims
    – Clarity vs novelty
    – Structural vs functional features
    – Essential features
    – Effect of lack of clarity on claim interpretation
    – Clarity in opposition

    Article 56 – inventive step
    – The problem/solution approach as practiced by the EPO
    – The steps involved in the problem/solution approach
    – Correct application of the problem/solution approach

    How correct drafting can deprive opponents of the means of attack

    SEMINAR LEADER:

    Daniel X Thomas, Former Director in DG1, European Patent Office, Munich

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  • 25 June 2015 - 26 June 2015

    US Patent Practice

    Management Forum

    London

    THIS INTERACTIVE SEMINAR WILL EXPLAIN:

    • The latest changes in statutory law
    • Recent Federal Circuit and Supreme Court jurisprudence
    • Claim construction
    • Successful US claim drafting
    • Subject Matter Eligibility
    • Sufficiency of the specification
    • Non obviousness
    • Double Patenting
    • Fulfilling the Duty of Candor
    • Patent prosecution: Rules, Regulations and Best practices
    • Interference and derivation
    • Post-grant procedures
    • Direct and Indirect Infringement
    • Patent Litigation
    And much more!

    THIS COURSE HAS BEEN DESIGNED FOR

    • Corporate Patent Counsel
    • Patent Attorneys from corporate and private practice
    • Intellectual Property Consultants
    • Patent Managers and Engineers
    • Company Legal Advisers
    • All those involved with patent protection in the United States
    And anyone drafting patent applications that might serve as a priority application in the US

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