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CII's Patents in the Innovation Economy 2012


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CII & TNTDPC in association with Finnegan (USA) & Innomantra Consulting conducting a one day wokrsho in Chennai, India on 21st September 2012, For more details Contact Phone : 91-44-42444603
Email : Sowmiya.dr@cii.in

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CII's Patents in the Innovation Economy 2012

  1. 1. ` A workshop on Patents in the Innovation Economy 2012 Art of Strategically Creating and Managing Patents for the Global Market 21st September 2012, Friday 09.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Hotel ITC Park Sheraton, Chennai9.00 a.m. Registration9.30 a.m. Inaugural & Keynote address10.00 a.m. Session 1 1. Art of building a comprehensive IP strategy & effective management of IPThis session will focus on the importance of building a comprehensive IP strategy that is aligned with a company’sbusiness goals. Building a successful strategy requires knowing the answers to some key questions: a. What makes patents valuable?. b. What role do patents play in achieving key business goals? c. What are the key strategic planning inquiries to make to build a successful IP strategy? d. What are the “new” issues (e.g., NPEs, Industry Standards, America Invents Act) in patent strategy? TEA BREAK: 11.30 a.m. 15minutes & Group Photo Session11.45 a.m. Session 2 2. Obtaining valuable IP protectionThis session will be interactive, engaging the participants with exercises focused on identifying key concepts andinquiries to be made in obtaining valuable patents. An approach based on strategic planning and effectivemanagement is critical to obtaining valuable patents.1.45 p.m. Session 3 LUNCH & NETWORKING: 1.00 p.m. 45minutes 3. Understanding claims from both sides of the patent infringement fenceThis session will highlight key factors that impact the breadth and scope of patent claims. Participants will learn aboutsome of the common errors in patent application drafting and prosecution of patent applications, and learn how toavoid making the mistakes that detract from a patent’s value. 3.45 p.m. Session 4 TEA BREAK: 3.30 p.m. 15minutes 4. Best practices of creating IP eco-system within an organizationThis session will provide practical examples for implementing an IP strategy. Topics will include: a. How world class organizations create IP eco-systems and invest wisely b. Technology startups / Individuals – Best practices to build from scratch ( examples of how companies managed and won court cases against large firms, like the ‘Intermittent Wiper – Case against Ford (Movie –Flash of genius) c. Driving innovation through a patent system within an organization d. Most common mistakes and finer points 5.30 p.m. Awarding Certificates & Closing RemarksFinnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP (USA) Innomantra Consulting Private Limited, Bangalore, India