EP Claim Drafting Workshop: Electricity, Physics & Mechanics
- FORUM!Live: interactive online course on 3 days, each day with about 4 hours course time
- EP claim drafting: tips and tricks; pitfalls to avoid
- Drafting specialized and complex claims
- Extensive drafting exercice and case studies on the basis of recent EPO case-law
- European Patent Reform: possible impact on claim drafting
- 'International' claims, in particular for the US
- Office actions: intensive analysis and drafting effective replies
Aims and objectivesOur advanced course in claim drafting provides you with the knowledge you need in order to draft strong patent claims. It is intended for participants with prior knowledge. You will be able to deepen the knowledge acquired in daily practice.
Our speaker will give you tips and tricks on EP claim drafting and will show you which pitfalls to avoid. Improve your claim drafting skills in our Claim Drafting Workshop with cases based on recent EPO decisions and train how to draft effective replies to official letters.
Then this course is intended for you. Knowledge of patents is required.
10 and 11 June: 13:00-18:00 respectively,
12 June: 13:00-17:30
- Drafting of independent, specialized and comlpex patent claims tips and tricks, pitfalls to avoid
- How to formulate the technical problem and the advantages of the invention
- US: claims and eligibility, best mode, file wrapper estoppels
- Digital patents: particularities to consider
- Examples from the fields of mechanics, electronics and computer-implemented inventions
- Case study on novelty
- Case study on clarity
- Case Study on inventive step
- Case study on computer-implemented inventions and more
- Extensive drafting exercice
- Intensive analysis
- Strategy for an effective response
- Examples from EPO practice
- Overview over procedural aspects
- What do we know about the scope of a 'European claim'?
Michael Deissler is a German and European Patent Attorney based in Stuttgart, Germany, where he is a partner of Raible, Deissler, Lehmann patent attorneys since 2016. After studies in electrical engineering at the Technical University of Berlin, Michael worked for three years as developer of hardware and software. He is also a European Trademark and Design Attorney. Michael's practice focuses on microsystem technology and nanotechnology. Michael has had extensive experience with the creation and the management of IP portfolios and with patent valuation.
This seminar will be conducted online and 'live'. Here you will find further information.
The seminar will be conducted on the Zoom platform by means of video and a presentation:
- You hear the presentations of the speakers and see the slides,
- You can see the speakers via webcam,
- You can ask questions using the chat, audio and video functions.
A few days before the seminar you will receive an email with the access data for Zoom and further instruction on who to access the meeting.
You can participate using the chat, audio and video functions on any device (PC, mac, notebook, tablet, iPhone and smartphone). All you need is:
>> speakers or headphones.
- You see and hear speakers and slides and can ask questions via chat.
>> A microphone and webcam are optional.
- You can ask questions and make contributions to the speakers, can hear the other participants
>> also via a webcam
- the speakers and the other participants can see you when you ask questions contribute to the discussion
You can test it already here: https://zoom.us/test.
You will receive the contact data for technical problems with your login data.
The seminar will take place in time blocks of about 60-90 minutes each. There are breaks in the morning and in the afternoon of about 20 minutes. Lunch break will last about 60 min.
You should login between 9:30 and 9:45 so that the course can start with all participants at 10:00 at the first seminar day.
For further questions please contact us by phone or e-mail.
The course will be conducted on our interactive learning platform: - You listen to the presentation of the speaker and see the slides, - You see the speaker and the other attendees via Webcam, - You can ask your questions per audio, per video or in the chat, - During the breaks, you will be able to socialize with the speaker and the other participants at virtual coffee tables.
You can participate using personal computer, laptop or mobile devices and you have at your disposal: - a loudspeaker - then you will able to see speakers and slides, to listen to the lecture and to ask questions via chat; - additionally a microphone or a headset then you will be able to ask questions to the speakers and make contributions to the discussion, all participants will be able to hear you; - additionally a webcam - then you will be able to see speakers and participants when asking questions and contributing to the discussion.
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