FORUM Seminar

Global Patent Drafting

Dr. Ole Trinks,  Patent Attorney, Dipl.-Phys. (Physics)

June 30th, 2020 in Munich: FORUM Seminar "Global Patent Drafting Conference"

The course on Global Patent Drafting aims at discussing the challenges of different patent drafting requirements in the main jurisdictions worldwide and providing guidelines to drafting ‘global’ patent applications.

Topics

  • Drafting patents at the CNIPA, JPO, KIPO and USPTO: main differences to EPO
  • Global patent drafting with regard to litigation
  • Lost in translation: drafting challenges with regard to Chinese, Japanese and Korean language
  • PCT applications vs. filing at national offices
  • Global Patent Drafting FORUM: discussing best practice

 

Aims and objectives
The Global Patent Drafting Conference aims at discussing the challenges of different patent drafting requirements in the main jurisdictions worldwide and providing guidelines to drafting ‘global’ patent applications

Who should attend
Do you work in a corporate patent/IP department or as a patent attorney in private practice and need to draft patents for the most relevant jurisdictions worldwide? Then this conference is designed for you. Knowledge of European patent drafting is assumed.

Your speaker
Dr. Ole Trinks, European Patent Attorney, Meissner Bolte, Munich (Germany)
Dr. Oliver Pfaffenzeller, Lead IP Counsel, Siemens AG, Munich (Germany)
Kazuya Sekiguchi, Japanese and European Patent Attorney, Dennemeyer, Munich (Germany)
Jaehyuk Choi, LL.M., Korean and European Patent Attorney, Vossius, Munich (Germany)
Thomas P. Canty, US Patent Attorney and US Attorney-at-Law, Leydig, Voit & Mayer, Frankfurt (Germany)

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As one of Germany’s leading boutique IP law firms, we provide advice in all areas of intellectual property protection – patent, trademark, design and know-how. From the initial filing of an application, through the prosecution procedure to enforcement by litigation, our aim is to ensure that your inventions and innovation will remain what they are by nature – unique. .