The launch of the UPC could significantly alter patent law around the world. Whether you are a patent litigator, a patent prosecutor, or product counsel you need to understand this new global landscape and the impact that it could have on your existing domestic practices.
The event has a special focus on the future of innovation protection in this changing environment. On the agenda is an intriguing fireside chat between the Director of the United States Patent Office and the Director of the Canadian Intellectual Property Office. There are also two keynotes from leading global jurists and thought leaders on protecting innovation: Hon. Dr. Klaus Grabinski, the President of the UPC Court of Appeal, and Lord Justice Colin Birss, U.K.’s Deputy Head of Civil Justice.
Marks & Clerk's own David Robinson will be speaking about 'Patent prosecution techniques for AI-related technologies' and Andrea Williams will be talking through 'Best practices in patent drafting: addressing 112 and enablement after Amgen'. Be sure to catch David, Andrea, Charlie Balme and Erin Copas at the highly anticipated conference.
Paul Brest Hall, Munger Building, Stanford University, California