Three Day International Symposium On Strategies for Managing Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology & Chemical Patent Portfolios

IIPRD (Institute of Intellectual Property Research & Development) is happy to announce its International Symposium on Strategies for Managing Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology & Chemical Patent Portfolios. Presentation of all important patent issues such as identification of potential inventions, Biosimilar Legislation, preparation of claim sets, prosecution and examination practices, drafting of responses of Office Actions, ANDA Litigation, and recent case law updates can be expected at the symposium.

The three day international symposium will be held at Hotel Hilton, Mumbai from 16th – 18th Sept’ 2012. IIPRD is organizing the international symposium with the help of international law firms Sughrue Mion PLLC, USA, Hoffman Eitle, Europe and Khurana & Khurana, Advocates and IP Attorneys, India.

Key speakers include

  1. Dr. Stephan Disser from Hoffman Eitle, Europe
  2. Dr. Leonard Werner-Jones from Hoffman Eitle, Europe
  3. Mr. Chid Iyer from Sughrue Mion, USA
  4. Ms. Renita S. Rathinam from Sughrue Mion, USA
  5. Mr. Michael R Dzwonczyk from Sughrue Mion, USA
  6. Dr. William Simmons from Sughrue Mion, USA
  7. Ms. Azy Kokabi from Sughrue Mion, USA
  8. Mr. Tarun Khurana from Khurana and Khurana, Advocates and IP attorneys, India

The speakers are a unique gathering of Patent Attorneys, who have extensive years of experience in their professional fields, and will put across to the delegates the real insight of Patent Laws and Practices as prevalent and practiced in United States. The Workshop will provide an opportunity to receive first-hand information including recent Judgment on various issues from the experts in the fields. The speakers are selected such that the attendees can get to know the real insight and nitty-gritty followed at United States. The speakers would share real-life cases and experiences that can help the attendees in following the best practices for building their respective patent portfolios. The speakers would also talk at length on the recent case laws and how courts of different geographies interpret the same application in different ways so that best practices for each geography can be put across.

About the Organizers:

IIPRD is a premier IP Consulting and Licensing Firm with a diversified business practice providing services in the domain of Commercialization, Valuation, Licensing, Transfer of Technology and Due-Diligence of Intellectual Property Assets along with providing complete IP and Patent Analytics and Litigation Support Services to Indian and International Corporates and Global Law Houses. IIPRD has been established precisely to assist the business houses in strategizing their growth by leveraging their IPR’s through effective Creation, Promotion, Protection, and Commercialization of IP. IIPRD has been a part of large number of Out-Licensing deals for technology companies in Pharmaceutical and Hi-Technology domains such as NCE’s, Formulations, and Process Patents in Pharma domain and Telecommunication/Network and Green Technologies. IIPRD has a legacy of twelve years of existence and is among the first Indian IP Firms to have core focus on Commercialization, Technology Transfer, and Licensing for numerous Indian and Global Corporate.

Hoffmann Eitle, founded in 1892, is not only one of the oldest but also one of the largest intellectual property law firms in Europe with a team of about 100 professionals and more than 300 total staff. The professionals include patent attorneys, attorneys-at-law and technical specialists. Hoffmann Eitle is consistently ranked as a top tier firm in intellectual property in relevant lawyers’ handbooks such as Chambers (Europe) and The Legal 500 (Europe and Germany). In 2010, Hoffmann Eitle received the JUVE award as the German Firm of the Year in intellectual property and patent law. Hoffmann Eitle handles all technological fields and legal aspects of intellectual property law. The firm has earned its excellent reputation by maintaining very high standards over decades, as is best illustrated by its success in international and pan-European prosecution work and in the litigation of many intellectual property rights for numerous companies ranging from small and medium-sized companies to major international corporations. Based in Munich and London, Hoffmann Eitle is able to provide competent advice on the two most important (and intrinsically different) legal systems in Europe. With an office also in Milan and having, in addition to German and British patent attorneys, Italian, Dutch, Belgian and Spanish patent attorneys in its team of professionals, Hoffmann Eitle is able to cover several important national European jurisdictions as well.

Sughrue Mion PLLC is one of the world’s leading intellectual property law firms managing traditional and non-traditional intellectual property rights, for about five decades, with a wide range of clients around the world. Sughrue’s more than 100 lawyers protect ideas- all ideas- and for the last 50 years have been helping their clients to develop, obtain, protect and leverage their intellectual property rights in technology areas ranging from a submicroscopic sequence of DNAto a vast constellation of satellites circling the globe. Sughrue’s Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, Chemical attorneys are trained in technical disciplines that include molecular and cellular biology, biophysics, pharmaceuticals, chemistry, immunology, virology, genetics and agriculture biotechnology. Their experts are particularly well versed in drafting claims to ensure the broadest possible coverage and have a long established expertise in handling patent interference proceedings that may be critical to determining basic patent rights in new areas of biotechnological and pharmaceutical industries. Their litigators who specialize in chemistry have tried cases relating to pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, industrial chemical processes, specialty chemicals, and nanotechnology. Sughrue Mion handles a wide range of IP litigation matters for clients around the world, and when it comes to serving their clients, they go beyond traditional boundaries, advocating innovative theories and redefining the frontiers of law as they apply to creativity and invention.

Khurana & Khurana is more than a full service IP Law firm and is among the youngest Indian IP Law firms to have been ranked and recommended by Legal 500 and Managing IP. K&K was formed in the year 2006 with the very focus of providing End-to-End IP Legal Services along with its Sister Concern IIPRD, which supplement each other in order to provide end-to-end services to the corporate world in the IP Field. K&K and IIPRD, through their team of over 40 IP Attorneys and Practitioners, together form a niche in the IP domain by taking any corporate from the stage of IP Creation and Protection through its team of Attorneys to the stage of IP Valuation, Licensing, and Commercialization. Team of IP Attorneys/Practitioners having high level of technical and legal competence gives the right competitive edge and positioning to K&K as a law firm focused on creating immense IP value for its clients. K&K today represents global Corporates across geographies and technology domains and helps then successfully enforce, litigate, and protect their IP Portfolio in India.

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