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Blockchain: Using technology to protect copyright in a new age

WIPR and Brandstock are hosting a complimentary webinar on the exciting possibilities blockchain offers copyright owners.
Our expert speakers will guide listeners through the latest blockchain developments, including the security of blockchain tools, the value of blockchain-stamped evidence, and the improvements it can make to licence agreements—plus much more.
Recorded Sep 10 2019 57 mins
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Jeferson Staelens (Orbit Seed), Alessia Parassina (Brandstock), Peter Scott (WIPR)
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  • Blockchain: Using technology to protect copyright in a new age Recorded: Sep 10 2019 57 mins
    Jeferson Staelens (Orbit Seed), Alessia Parassina (Brandstock), Peter Scott (WIPR)
    WIPR and Brandstock are hosting a complimentary webinar on the exciting possibilities blockchain offers copyright owners.
    Our expert speakers will guide listeners through the latest blockchain developments, including the security of blockchain tools, the value of blockchain-stamped evidence, and the improvements it can make to licence agreements—plus much more.
  • CAR-T and other immunotherapies Recorded: Sep 3 2019 62 mins
    Iain Armstrong (Partner, HGF), Peter Scott (Editor-in-Chief, LSIPR)
    Immunotherapies, such as CAR-T cells, are a hugely promising therapeutic area, both in terms of clinical benefits and potential market size.
    While the treatments are complicated and expensive, they have proven remarkably effective in achieving positive outcomes in forms of cancer that are otherwise difficult to treat. As a result, their clinical use has recently been approved in both the US and Europe.
    The webinar will consider how commercial and technological developments have also impacted patent filings in this area. As the field becomes increasingly crowded, the likelihood of obtaining very broad patent protection decreases. However, the number of patent filings continues to grow dramatically.
  • Best Practice for In-House IP Counsel: Invention Harvesting Recorded: Jun 11 2019 75 mins
    Matt Cassie, Patent Attorney, HGF
    This webinar will provide an overview of the activities, organisational structures and business processes that can be designed and implemented to build an effective IP harvesting system according to the needs of different enterprises. From this, listeners will learn about best practice in this aspect of IP management which will empower them to build from scratch or improve existing Invention Harvesting processes.
  • Maximising the efficiency of your IP portfolio Recorded: May 7 2019 51 mins
    Peter Scott (WIPR), Federico Rizzo (Diadora), Alessia Parassina (Brandstock)
    In this webinar, we'll discuss the best approaches to IP portfolio management, hearing from industry on what they consider best practice and looking at potential solutions to help you manage your portfolio effectively.

    As IP rights increase in importance to businesses, so do the threats to them, the costs of maintaining them, and the complexity of making good decisions about how to direct and manage them. This webinar will help you understand what strategies are available, and how to ensure that portfolio management is resource and cost-effective in your organisation.
  • Update on The CRISPR IP Saga - Still Far from The Final Chapter Recorded: Mar 12 2019 65 mins
    Dr Claire Irvine (HGF Ltd), Sarah Morgan (Life Sciences IP Review)
    CRISPR gene-editing continues to hit the headlines regularly as a ground-breaking technology with many millions now flowing into companies seeking to exploit the technology in both the therapeutic and agricultural fields. Unfortunately, the IP landscape continues to lack clarity with possibility of divergence between Europe and the US.

    This webinar is aimed at those wishing to hear about the latest developments in the CRISPR IP landscape whether in the commercial, academic, legal or patent world. With the CRISPR IP saga seemingly not close to the final chapter, it will also provide an opportunity to raise questions which may arise from the on–going lack of clarity.
  • Actavis and equivalence – where are we now? Recorded: Oct 11 2018 63 mins
    Douglas Drysdale, partner, HGF
    The UK Supreme Court's 2017 decision in Actavis v Eli Lilly introduced a doctrine of equivalents into UK law. In this webinar, we'll discuss the implications of that decision and look at how it is being applied in other cases in the UK courts.
  • Second Medical Use Patent Opportunities from Personalised Healthcare Inventions Recorded: Sep 11 2018 58 mins
    Dr. Laurence Gainey, Patent Director, HGF
    Personalised healthcare (sometimes referred to as precision medicine) is an evolving field in medicine where a therapeutic treatment is tailored to an individual with a particular disease. The patenting of personalised healthcare inventions has proved problematic in a number of jurisdictions, most notably the USA. However, various aspects of these inventions are patentable in Europe.

    This webinar will set the scene as to what personalised healthcare is and will run through the history of second medical use patenting in Europe. Discussing key cases such as G5/83, T1020/03 and G2/08.

    It will then focus on how second medical use patenting can be applied to personalised healthcare inventions and will give examples of claim language that is finding favour at the EPO.
  • CRISPR: Updates and trends in opposition and appeal practice before the EPO Recorded: Mar 21 2018 42 mins
    Catherine Coombes (HGF), Dr. Chris Moore (HGF), Peter Scott (WIPR)
    This webinar will be on opposition and appeals practice before the EPO. We’ll be discussing the streamlining of the opposition procedure by the EPO, the changes that we are seeing as a result and will be providing practical tips in view of these changes. The talk will also draw on recent case law.
  • Protecting the Pot of Gold: Patent Applications for Therapeutic Antibodies Recorded: Jan 30 2018 63 mins
    Gerald Murphy (BSKB), John Heithaus (BSKB), Peter Scott (WIPR)
    Over the last 10 years, multiple patents on therapeutic antibodies have been invalidated in the courts, often for lack of written description. Many other cases are working their way through the courts and the PTAB. This webinar will review major CAFC and PTAB decisions affecting therapeutic antibodies and will explore the best ways to obtain valuable and enforceable patents on therapeutic antibodies. The main issues to be covered are Section 101 issues (laws of nature, natural phenomena and natural products), obviousness and written description.
  • Saving money immediately on your IP assets: Auditing your trademark portfolio Recorded: Oct 26 2017 58 mins
    Guido Chiavelli (CEO, Il Gufo), Alessia Parassina (Lawyer, Brandstock), Angela La Marca (IP counsel) Ed Conlon (WIPR),
    With the year approaching its end, many IP departments will be looking at how best to rationalise their work for 2018. This webinar explores how to ensure your trademark portfolio is in the best possible shape using a two part verification and audit process to save you time and money on your IP assets, as well as analyzing your current and planned costs and guiding your filing strategy in the new year.
  • WIPR and RWS IP Services present: 10 Steps for Managing Your Patents in China Recorded: Oct 17 2017 42 mins
    Caroline Chenique (Global Director of Sales & Marketing, RWS), Justin Simpson (RWS, founder of inovia) and Ed Conlon (WIPR)
    Join WIPR and RWS IP Services for a complimentary webinar as we discuss patent filing strategies in China.

    As the largest growing consumer market in the world, enforcing your intellectual property (IP) in China has become increasingly critical. In this webinar, we will discuss the ten steps your organization should take when seeking patent protection and help you formulate your commercial IP strategy.
  • WIPR and HGF present: Biotech patentability issues in Europe Recorded: Sep 27 2017 58 mins
    Iain Armstrong (Partner, HGF), Dr. Laurence Gainey (Patent Director, HGF) and Peter Scott (Publisher, WIPR/LSIPR)
    This webinar will cover the current state of play in Europe regarding biotech patentability issues, including recent case law on what data you need to make an invention in this area plausible. It will also look at how recent rule changes have influenced patentability of plants and animals before the EPO. Finally, we will compare patentability practice in different jurisdictions around the world, most notably in the US, China and Japan.
  • The jungle of IP ownership: How to manage your IP Recordals Recorded: Jun 27 2017 59 mins
    Anna Popova (Brandstock), Ingo Dauer (L'Occitane en Provence), Sandra Hammelmann (Abbott), Peter Scott (WIPR)
    WIPR and Brandstock present this one hour webinar looking at IP recordals projects and the challenges brands face when undertaking this kind of work.
  • WIPR and BSKB present: The Halo effect: walking the willfulness tightrope Recorded: May 16 2017 57 mins
    Peter Scott (WIPR), Michael Mutter (BSKB), Shawn Hamidinia (BSKB)
    The US Supreme Court's recent decision in Halo Electronics, Inc. v. Pulse Electronics, Inc has big implications.

    This one-hour webinar will briefly address the history of willful infringement and the obligations to avoid infringement before and after the Seagate decision and as changed by Halo.

    It will also focus on how to best establish good faith with a non-infringement/invalidity position post-Halo including where a product was introduced post-Seagate and prior to Halo.
  • LSIPR and HGF present: Navigating the CRISPR IP landscape in Europe Recorded: Apr 25 2017 52 mins
    Dr Claire Irvine (HGF Ltd) Catherine Coombes (HGF Ltd), Peter Scott (Life Sciences IP Review)
    The CRISPR IP landscape in Europe is very murky. Listeners will gain an understanding of the current situation, which will aid them to make licensing decisions if and when they intend to commercialise. This 45-minute webinar will provide an up to date analysis of the current state of play in Europe with comparison to the state of play in the US.
  • WIPR and Brandstock present: Managing Business Risk: How Corporates do Searches Recorded: Nov 2 2016 57 mins
    Jayne McClelland (Syngenta International), Cedric Freymond (Nestlé), Alessia Lorenzini, (Brandstock), Peter Scott (WIPR)
    One of the main challenges companies face with their trademarks is managing business risk effectively. In this on-hour webinar, we hear from leading brands about how they minimise risk by developing smarter search strategies to ensure that their trademark portfolios are robust and effective.
  • WIPR and BSKB present: Obviousness in PTAB Trials for Chem/Pharma/Bio Patents Recorded: Oct 13 2016 66 mins
    Gerald Murphy (BSKB), Eugene Perez (BSKB), Kristi Sawert (USPTO), Peter Scott (WIPR)
    Challenging patents involving unpredictable technologies for obviousness is particularly difficult due to the well-established factor of “reasonable expectation of success” and the related KSR factor of “limited number of predictable solutions”. This webinar, presented by attorneys that have successfully argued on both sides of this issue for chem/pharma/bio patents, will discuss two to three leading PTAB decisions, including related appeals, that illustrate when obviousness challenges have and have not been successful. The case discussions will provide (1) a summary of the documentary evidence relied on, including critical excerpts from that evidence, (2) a summary of the “story” that was being told by each party and (3) the role that expert testimony appeared to play in the PTAB decisions. This one-hour seminar will also briefly explore what types of cases are better challenged in court and what types of cases are better challenged at the PTAB. The goals of the seminar are to allow parties to evaluate the chances of success for a contemplated or recently filed PTAB challenge and to help parties to a PTAB proceeding develop a record to support their respective positions. CLE available.
  • WIPR and BSKB present -Disparaging marks: The Redskins, The Slants and the USPTO Recorded: May 11 2016 61 mins
    Robert Kenney (BSKB), John Ferman (BSKB), Professor Steven D. Jamar (Howard IP Program), Peter Scott (WIPR)
    When the Federal Circuit last year effectively struck down the portion of section 2(a) of the Lanham Act that bars so-called ‘disparaging’ trademarks in the US, it paved the way for a potential Supreme Court review of the issue. In this webinar, we discuss the implications of the decision, the case that prompted it, The Redskins, The Slants and other potentially ‘disparaging’ trademarks, and the implications for US practice. Robert Kenney and John Ferman from Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch and Professor Steven D. Jamar from the Howard IP Program are joined by Peter Scott, to consider this controversial issue. We hope you’ll join us for a lively debate.

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