This seminar provides a comprehensive overview of the principles of patent claim interpretation in the USA, UK and Germany.
Customised in-house training course
The content, presenters and format of this course are customised to your requirements.
The law and interpretation of patent claims varies widely in different jurisdictions. Therefore, understanding how patent
claims are interpreted in different regions is essential when trying to prove patent infringement and validity in order to protect an organisation’s primary assets. This course has been specifically designed for all patent professionals doing business in a complex multi-jurisdictional environment.
The programme, presented by our expert speaker faculty, will include fact-based scenarios and case examples, with comparisons of the USA, UK and German
approaches to claim construction and validity determination. The speakers will provide recommendations for both litigating patents and preparing patent applications to the best advantage.
Attending this course will provide the perfect opportunity for interaction with experts, as well as other like-minded participants. It will also provide the
perfect forum for discussing any issues of particular concern in relation to patent construction.
William Cook (More...)
William Cook is Senior Counsel of Marks & Clerk Law LLP in London. He
specialises in patent litigation and has worked for 27 years on litigation, licensing, essentiality, exhaustion and IP/competition law issues, as well as FRAND.
Ulrich Blumenroeder (More...)
Ulrich Blumenröder is a partner at Grünecker PartG mbB, an IP firm in Munich which focuses equally on both IP-litigation and IP-prosecution. Ulrich is active in all fields of intellectual property but specialises primarily in patent litigation.
Bradley Hulbert (More...)
Bradley Hulbert is a founding partner in McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP, an 80-lawyer patent firm based in Chicago. Bradley has been lead counsel in a wide range of successful patent lawsuits and is an adjunct professor of law at the Chicago-Kent Law School.
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