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UK patent litigation

D Young & Co LLP

Description

WHEN:

21 January 2020

WHERE:

Online

Our January programme of European patent prosecution & litigation webinars will provide an update on case law and procedure from an extremely eventful year at the European Patent Office (EPO), the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), and the UK courts.

Three webinars will run on the afternoon of Tuesday 21 January 2020.

Key areas of focus will be SPCs, the amended Rules of Procedure of the Boards of Appeal, important UK patent litigation cases including Shanks v Unilvever, BDI Holding v Argent, Actavis v ICOS and Unwired Planet v Huawei plus Enlarged Board decisions G1/18, G2/19, G3/19 and G1/19. 

This programme of webinars will be of interest to in-house counsel and associates who are involved or interested in European prosecution and litigation.

Speakers

The three webinars will be presented by IP specialists Garreth Duncan (European Patent Attorney), Antony Craggs (Solicitor Advocate), Bénédicte Moulin (European Patent Attorney) and Catherine Keetch (European Patent Attorney).

2pm: UK patent litigation (webinar 1 of 3)

Speakers: Antony Craggs, Solicitor Advocate & Bénédicte Moulin, European Patent Attorney.

  • Shanks v Unilever (inventor compensation).
  • BDI Holding v Argent; Prosyscor v Netsweeper (patent entitlement).
  • Regen Lab v Estar; Eli Lilly v Genentech; Technetix v Teleste (the doctrine of equivalents and potential defences).
  • Actavis v ICOS (the application of ‘reasonable expectation of success’ when assessing obviousness).
  • Unwired Planet v Huawei (the English court’s jurisdiction to determine the terms of a FRAND licence).

Register for webinar 1: UK patent litigation, 2pm GMT

To register for the other two webinars in this programme please follow the links below:

Questions or suggestions?

Just email us at registrations@dyoung.com and we will be happy to answer your pre-webinar questions.

Details

Date
21 January 2020
Location
Webinar