This intensive one-day course will give you many insights into the best practice of organising and conducting an efficient and thorough IP due diligence project.
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A properly conducted due diligence search can lead to many opportunities for both buyers and sellers, including long-term relationships and new business synergies, and this intensive one-day course will give you invaluable insight into the best practice of organising and conducting an efficient and thorough IP due diligence project.
Attending this event will ensure that you know how to mitigate the risks involved and will give you practical advice on balancing internal resources and outside expertise to the best advantage. The programme will help you understand the vital aspects of an FTO analysis from a US and EU perspective.
You will also benefit from the experience of the expert faculty during the discussion session and get the solutions you need to your questions.
Key topics to be covered include:
By attending this one-day intensive seminar, you will:
Tim May (More...)
Timothy May is a partner in the Washington, DC office of Finnegan LLP. He has over 20 years experience in the field of US patent law, with significant experience counselling clients on software patent matters. Tim currently manages the patent portfolios for several European clients in various software, medical device and electrical and mechanical technologies. He regularly speaks on software patent issues. Prior to joining the firm, he served as a Patent Examiner at the US Patent and Trademark Office, where he examined applications involving digital and software technologies. From 2006 to 2011, Tim was located in the firm’s European office and continues to work with many European clients.
Christian Reinders (More...)
Christian Reinders is Chief IP Counsel at the Draexlmaier Group, a German automotive supplier of electronical components, interior parts and battery systems with more than 75,000 employees operating in over 20 countries worldwide. He and his team are responsible for all IP-related matters at the Dräxlmaier Group such as patent prosecution work, advising the board of management and all business units about IP-related matters, negotiating and reviewing agreements in relation to IP-related matters and defining and developing internal workflows in relation to IP-related matters, in particular defining and implementing patent strategies.
Christian has worked as a European, German and UK patent attorney over the last 20 years in different roles for various companies and IP firms in Germany, Switzerland and the UK. Therefore he has a solid background about working as a patent attorney in private practice and as an in-house IP counsel in a company. Christian has extensive experience of advising internal and external clients on patent portfolio management, patent strategy, and how to implement IP-related workflows within a company organisation. He has worked on a diverse range of technologies, including computer implemented inventions, and in various technology fields, such as automotive, electronics & electrical engineering, IT & communications, oil&gas and transportation.
Tim Whitfield (More...)
Tim Whitfield is a partner with Powell Gilbert LLP. He advises clients in contentious IP matters across all IP rights with a strong focus on patent litigation and strategy, across a wide range of technologies, especially disputes having an international element in the pharmaceutical sector. He represents clients in cases before the English Courts and the European Patent Office. He has very extensive experience of advising clients on the co-ordination of international patent litigation strategy including in the pharmaceutical, medical devices and electronics fields. Tim also advises on related issues arising from international technology standards, patent pools and licensing, as well as pharmaceutical regulatory issues and SPCs. Tim also has experience of patent portfolio due diligence projects, contentious design right issues and trade mark infringement disputes.
Andy Spurr (More...)
Andy Spurr is a patent attorney at Canon Europe, specialising in software related inventions with a particular focus on video encoding and standard essential patents. Before joining Canon, Andy spent 8 years at a private practice IP firm where he worked with numerous software start-ups, advising on how to best leverage their IP to create commercial value.
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