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Intellectual Property – What does it mean for Climate Change Technology?
 

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Duncan Park, Leading Counsel Intellectual Property, Statoil, joins Legal IQ to discuss the challenges and developments in IP and the impact on climate change technologies....

Duncan Park, Leading Counsel Intellectual Property, Statoil, joins Legal IQ to discuss the challenges and developments in IP and the impact on climate change technologies.
Interview by Helen Winsor, Legal IQ

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    • Intellectual Property – What does it mean for Climate Change Technology? Duncan Park, Leading Counsel Intellectual Property, Statoil, joins Legal IQ to discuss the challenges and developments in IP and the impact on climate change technologies. Interview by Helen Winsor, Legal IQ
    • Question 1:
      • Legal IQ:
      • What is your background and how did you get into your current role as Leading Counsel of IP at Statoil?
    • Answer:
      • D Park: My personal background is I’m a British national. I was born and grew up in England. My technical background is I’m a qualified engineer. I did engineering at university. My legal background is I’m a qualified UK patent attorney and a European patent attorney. I’ve been in the IP profession for nearly 20 years now. I’ve worked for private consultancy firms in London and the South Coast of England but also in internal IP departments in Sweden and a couple in Norway as well.
    • Question 2
      • Legal IQ: How did you come to work in your current role? What were the steps that you took?
    • Answer:
      • D Park: I was first a consultant for Statoil for about a year and a half and then an opportunity arose to become a full time employee. Part of my initial work was looking at the IP portfolio after a merger. Statoil merged with a company called Hydro and so there was a lot of work reviewing the patent portfolio, the IP in that.
    • Question 3:
      • Legal IQ: What is the biggest professional challenge for you at the moment and do you have a plan of how to overcome this?
    • Related Event:
        • The Global Patent Congress will take place from 20 - 21 September, 2011 at the Radisson Blu Falconer Hotel & CC, Copenhagen, Denmark.
        • For details please visit http:// www.patentcongress.com , email [email_address] or call 0800 652 2363.
    • Link:
      • For the full interview in mp3 and transcript format please click here: http://bit.ly/lRa3hh