Wynne-Jones IP is delighted to announce the extension of our UPC webinar programme to include events that are time zone friendly for both East Asia and the USA.
Soon, between the final quarter of this year and early 2023, the biggest change in the European patent landscape will take place: the Unified Patent Court will open its doors and the Unitary Patent System will start operating.
There will be things for patent owners to consider, and this may affect your IP strategy and budget – expert advice is essential.
Dr Elliott Davies is a UK and European patent attorney. He has significant experience in drafting and prosecuting patent applications worldwide, but notably in the UK, Europe, US and East Asia. Elliott regularly delivers presentations and lectures on intellectual property and frequently assists the UK Patent Office with their intellectual property masterclasses.
Elliott is joined by Director and UK and European Patent Attorney, Dr Ian Lambert. Ian is the firm’s representative attorney globally, having travelled extensively in Europe, the US and East Asia, where he regularly delivers presentations and lectures on intellectual property. Ian has extensive experience representing clients at Opposition and Appeal hearings before the European Patent Office. He also has experience of US Inter Partes Review (IPR) and Post-Grant Review (PGR) patent revocation procedures. Ian is experienced in IP portfolio management and in Board level IP planning and strategy. He is also the firm’s Head of Legal Practice.
These events will set out the changes about to happen, and most importantly, what it means for you. There will be a Q&A session at the end.
On Thursday 15th September, we will be hosting a webinar at 11am (GMT). This event is best suited to those located throughout (and around) Europe and Africa. Sign up here.
On Thursday 22nd September, we will be hosting a webinar at 8am (GMT). This event is suited best suited to those located in East Asia. Sign up here.
On Thursday 29th September, we will be hosting a webinar at 5pm (GMT). This event is best suited to those located in North America. Sign up here.