Litigation-Proofing and Proving your Patent Claims
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.
Upcoming start dates
14 May, 2024
5 November, 2024
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Benefits of attending
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.
The expert speakers on this course:
- Explain how your patent claims will be construed in Germany, UK and USA
- Highlight the divergent methods employed in the three jurisdictions to interpret similar claim language
- Rationalise the disparate effect of the doctrines of equivalents in the three jurisdictions
- Compare the distinct litigation arguments and strategies that would be used in each of the three jurisdictions to construe similar claims
- Illustrate the major claim interpretation approaches with interactive panel discussions of real-life cases
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Reviews by course attendees
Average rating 5
All the webinar was very interesting. The webinar was carried out very well. Easy to participate. The speakers very good in maintaining the attention of the participants.
Very interesting. The comparisons between the different jurisdictions were very helpful.