Posts Tagged: "IPWatchdog Webinars"

IPW Webinar – A Conversation with the Commissioner: A Look Inside Patent Processes at the USPTO – Sponsored By LexisNexis IP

For this webinar, we have pulled together a stellar panel of presenters from the USPTO, including: Drew Hirshfeld, Commissioner for Patents Jay Kramer, Group Director Patent Operations Matthew Such, Group Director Patent Operations In this webinar, we discuss the following topics: The patent classification system overall How applications are routed to art units How applications are assigned to examiners Much…

IPW Webinar – International Trademark Rights: Best Practices for a Trademark Global Presence – Sponsored By Anaqua

Join Gene Quinn, President & CEO of IPWatchdog, Inc., and twice named one of the 50 most influential people in the world of Intellectual Property, along with Sylvie Martin, Head of IP for IBM in Europe, the Middle-East and Africa (EMEA), on THURSDAY, July 23, 2020, at 12 pm (noon) ET, for a wide-ranging discussion of the best practices for protecting, managing and exploiting international trademark rights in an increasingly complex and evolving global marketplace.

IPW Webinar – International Trademark Rights: Best Practices for a Trademark Global Presence – Sponsored By Anaqua

  We are living at a time in which wealth is driven by IP rights rather than tangible goods. In a recent study, titled Intangible capital in global value chains, the World Intellectual Property Organization estimates that more than a third of the value of manufactured products sold around the world comes from “intangible capital”, such as branding, design and technology.…

IPW Webinar – Leaving the Office Behind: The Decentralization of the Practice of Law – Sponsored By Anaqua

  Although states are starting to open up slowly, many corporations and firms remain cautious with plans to return to pre-COVID normal. This is in large respect to the fact that so many businesses discovered that their employees were nearly as productive— if not more productive— working from home. While predictions are always difficult, it seems certain that the post-COVID…

IPW Webinar – Where do we stand in fighting pandemics caused by bacteria? – Sponsored By PatentSight

  Looking at the patent landscape of antibiotics to identify global leaders As the global research community is scrambling to develop solutions and help the world recover from the impact of Covid-19, we should not stay blind to other medical risks on the horizon which should be addressed. Chief among these is drug resistant bacteria, a risk which could potentially…

IPW Webinar – Competitive Differentiation Through Big Data Analytics

Less than six months ago as we celebrated a new year no one could have predicted the massive disruption to the U.S. national and global economy that was less than sixty days away and would persist throughout Q2. For companies to recalibrate, grow and thrive amidst these new economic realities that could have long lasting impacts, competitive differentiation is critical—…

IPW Webinar – How USPTO Examiner Type Affects Patents

There is wide examiner variability at the USPTO, understanding this and how it affects the prosecution process and outcomes is of the utmost importance for patent practitioners. Discover the impact of the type of examiner by exploring important milestones in the life cycle of a U.S. patent application through historical trends and counter-intuitive results. This webinar will help you to…

IPW Webinar – How Classification Works at the USPTO and the Implications for Software Patents and Computer Related Innovations

  What is the difference between class 705 and class 706? There is much more than a single number, and in some instances whether your patent application is primarily lodged in class 705 instead of 706 that could likely mean you will be routed to an Art Unit with a very low, perhaps extremely low, allowance rate. In a nutshell,…

IPW Webinar – The Global Mitigation of IP

It is well understood that most of the technology products of the world are not ultimately produced in the same country from which the inventions themselves originated. For e.g. in the case of LED and lithium-ion batteries (LIB) the early stages of development of the technology were conducted in US/JP/EU, then adopted and scaled in KR/TW, and are now being…

IPW Webinar – Using patent analytics to maintain a world class portfolio

In this webinar, a panel consisting of leaders in academic innovation research and industrial innovation experts, define a world-class patent portfolio from their perspectives. They will also discuss how to implement processes in organisations to develop and maintain such a patent portfolio. By combining these perspectives, the discussion will arrive at the requirements for software applications that are capable to…

IPW Webinar – Modern Patent Research: Capitalizing on Information Across Your Organization

  The evolving global innovation landscape is reshaping the very nature of patent intelligence as we know it. Multiple forces – some predictable and some unforeseen yet disruptive innovation brought about by global events – are increasingly raising complex business questions. Is your organization prepared? While many have tapped into the power of artificial intelligence systems, others continue to engage…

IPW Webinar – How Classification Works at the USPTO and the Impact on Prosecution Outcomes

We all know that some art units are more difficult than others, so just knowing which art unit your application will be assigned to can give you better insight. In-depth art unit insight including knowing your chances of ending up with a fast, medium or slow examiner in that art unit.  Knowing the likelihood of if, and when, your patent…

IPW Webinar: COVID-19’s Impact on IP in 2020 & Beyond

It will hardly come as a shock to anyone, a health crisis like most of us have never experienced before is gripping the globe. Amidst these difficult times, national economies are shuttered, which means business on all levels is suffering What will the ramifications of COVID-19 be on IP moving forward? What does the immediate future look like for law…

IPW Webinar: Innovation Triage: Identifying What is Ripe to Pursue Today

Innovation requires resources, and resources will become hard to come by in the coming months and quarters as the result of the global economic downturn caused by the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Indeed, during times of economic turmoil businesses of all sizes feel immense pressure to cut back on unnecessary spending. But what exactly is “unnecessary spending” for innovative companies?…

IPW Webinar – Patent Management: Uncovering Cost-Savings in Your Portfolio

Worldwide, billions of dollars are spent to protect technologies and products through patents. What at first glance, appears to be a vital and profitable investment for companies can, over time, turn into a cost trap. Why? 1. Companies tend to protect too much rather than too little. 2. The maintenance of patent protection is hardly ever questioned. Companies have to…