Reddie & Grose is pleased to invite you to an online seminar which will guide you through the European Unitary Patent & Unified Patent Court (UPC).
We will provide a detailed overview of the Unitary Patent system, including the UPC, and how the new system may affect your validation and litigation strategies. The Unitary Patent and the UPC offer advantages, but also introduce new potential risks that need to be considered. We will discuss the pros and cons of the Unitary Patent and the UPC, and factors to consider when deciding whether or not to make use of this new system.
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Monday 27 June 2022
1 Hour Webinar plus Q&A
Areas we will explore:
- What the Unitary Patent and the UPC are, and which countries they cover.
- How the Unitary Patent and the UPC interact with granted European patents and pending and future European patent applications.
- When the system is likely to come into force.
- What decisions you must take, and by when.
- Why you may wish to use the Unitary Patent system.
- Why you may decide not to use the Unitary Patent system, and why you should act even if you choose not to use the new system.
- How we can help you make these decisions.
Who is this seminar intended for?
Anyone interested in understanding the Unitary Patent system, in particular patent professionals practicing in-house and in private practice outside Europe looking to understand the latest stage in the development of the European patent system.
Meet the Speakers
Steve Howe, Partner
European Patent Attorney & Chartered Patent Attorney; BSc in Electronics & Law, Keele University
Steve’s practice focuses on the prosecution of patent applications before the UK and European Patent Office, where he has developed a wealth of experience handling cases relating to complex technologies and excluded subject-matter.
Duncan Nevett, Partner
European Patent Attorney & Chartered Patent Attorney; BSc in Physics, University of St Andrews
Duncan specialises in protecting inventions in the general mechanical, electrical and software fields. His main practice involves invention capturing, and the drafting and prosecution of UK and European patent applications for various UK and overseas clients.
Zack Mummery, Partner
European Patent Attorney & Chartered Patent Attorney; MSci, Chemistry, University of Bristol
Zack has a wealth of experience drafting new patent applications and managing large patent portfolios covering developed and emerging markets. Zack regularly provides clear commercially focussed advice on patent strategies, utilising patent protection and managing the risk posed by third party patent rights.
Reddie & Grose LLP is an internationally renowned firm of European and United Kingdom patent, trade mark and design attorneys. We handle the full range of IP rights for a global client base. Our services range from investigating competing rights, handling oppositions, drafting and filing applications, and maintaining portfolios.
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