ENFORCEMENT OF PATENT RIGHTS II
STRATEGIES FOR ENFORCING IP RIGHTS IN A GLOBAL WORLD
AFTER-WORK MEEETINGS IN COPENHAGEN
COBIS Bio Science Park, Ole Maaløes Vej 3, 2200 Copenhagen N
Wednesday 9 October 2019 at 2 PM to 4.30 PM [MEETING ROOM M10A]
R.S.V.P. 4 October for Copenhagen to:
email@example.com – please indicate if you will attend in Copenhagen or in Aarhus. This after-work meeting is free of charge and will be held in Danish or English depending on the attendees.
How to enforce your Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) is on the agenda for this series of after-work meetings held by Patentgruppen A/S. At this second meeting, we would like to bring focus on the different strategies for enforcing IP rights in a global world. We will do this through practical examples and cases. There is a lot to consider when you design your IP portfolio. What should be protected? Where to protect it? There are of course no black-and-white answers to these questions, but we are certain that your company will get relevant inputs at this seminar that may affect the way you use IPR in your company.
Some practical questions may e.g. include whether to focus litigation on the competitor or the competitor’s distributors. The lecture will also touch on different cross-border issues which are relevant for both dealing with competitors’ online sales, infringement related to software-based services, etc. The seminar is a follow-up on the seminar earlier this year addressing issues related to choosing where to enforce your IPR when infringed by a competitor although the lecture is set up for you to benefit fully of it as a stand-alone event.
Patentgruppen has invited three experienced attorneys Martin Dræbye Gantzhorn, Johnny Petersen and Dan Bjerg Geary from the law firm Bech-Bruun to share with us their thoughts on how to design an IPR portfolio based on their practical experience in utilizing e.g. patents in practice through litigation or other use of IPR.
The intention of this series of after-work meetings is to give the participants an increased knowledge of how and where to enforce their patent rights. Furthermore, this knowledge is intended to provide the participants with an improved opportunity to choose in which countries/regions to apply for patent rights to protect the proprietor most efficiently.