Prior to founding Unified Patents, Jakel served as Intuit's head of ip litigation. Jakel previously practiced as a patent litigator with Kaye Scholer and Howrey and advised clients on intellectual property strategy, litigation and patent prosecution. Klimenko represents clients before the Russian PTO and commercial courts, Russian IP Court also, in objection cases against patent grant, court cases on infringement etc.
To which extent it could be applied to Academics and Start-ups. In both the cases, intellectual property needs to be protected through an appropriate tool. Ahlberg is an appreciated guest lecturer at Stockholm University, University of Gothenburg, and Chalmers University of Technology, where he provides the students with an industry insight into topics such as Innovation management, Open Source strategy and FRAND policy. Some of the topics are highly technical and some of them are future oriented projects. However, the newness of this phenomenon might be the reason for such little research reported in this field. The US Department of State noted that the growth in electricity generation has remained below electricity demand until recently, which has made Turkey a net importer of electricity since
Dmitry is a regular speaker at national and foreign IP conferences and seminars. David Lambourne is head of intellectual property at Morgan Advanced Materials. The role includes responsibility for Morgan's Global IP, including several business units and joint ventures within China. Lambourne actively manages a portfolio of patents, trademarks and trade secrets and has recently focused upon developing closer relationships with external IP counsels in China and the US.
Prior to joining Morgan in , Lambourne was actively involved in developing a China IP policy for the transfer and joint development of technology at Australia's leading research institution, CSIRO. Lambourne has also worked in-house at DSM Netherlands as well as working in private practice at first tier IP litigation and patent prosecution firms in Australia. He has extensive experience in a range of technology fields, in particular within the automotive and medical device industries. Markstrom has previous experience as a business consultant creating growth strategies and conducting intellectual asset evaluation, management and market analyses as part of IP commercialisation strategies.
He has first-hand experience with US patent prosecution and litigation from his time as a visiting attorney at the New York office of a US law firm.
Intellectual Property has been a continuous central theme through his professional path. David has also been educated in the technical side of communication, with a strong focus on mobile and IP-networks. IPR attorney Vodafone Adam Pilcher is an experienced in-house IP generalist and qualified patent attorney, He has experience working with and providing advice on patents, trade marks, designs, copyright, open source software and trade secrets. In his current role at Vodafone, Picher manages a tranche of the patent portfolio worldwide, driving prosecution and renewal decisions on hundreds of patents and applications.
He has managed application and prosecution across Vodafone's entire trade mark portfolio in over territories. Pilcher provides initial consultations with inventors internationally and supports product management to ensure IPR and OSS are handled appropriately in new products and technologies. Prior to Vodafone, Pilcher worked at Metaswitch networks where he grew the patent portfolio to a final size of over patent families captured from inventors across the company. She specialises in life sciences and intellectual property with a special focus on patents and utility models.
Sinem Erciyas has been involved in a number of advisory and litigation matters in all fields of IP and has handled hundreds of contentious and non-contentious administrative oppositions and court actions involving intellectual property rights, particularly in relation with protection of patent rights. She regularly advises on patent infringement actions, declaration of non-infringement actions and nullity actions. She represents multinational pharmaceutical companies before the Ministry of Health on regulatory issues and examinations. He has 40 years of professional experience in computer technology, including almost 30 years in patent protection in the computer field, in positions of increasing responsibility, leading to his present managerial post.
Next to his main duties, he has been instrumental in devising and implementing the EPO's operational quality control system including ISO certification. He is the vice-chair of the working group defining guidelines for the examination of computer-implemented inventions at the EPO.
Having followed education in European Patent Law with the University of Strasbourg and two years of legal studies with the University of London, Yannis lectures as a guest lecturer for European Patent Law, in particular for patenting of computer-implemented inventions, at the Law School of the Maastricht University and the Washington University, St.
He has presented the European practice in patenting computer-implemented inventions in various forums in Europe, the USA and Asia. Prior to his time at Uber, he served as an assistant general counsel at Bell Helicopter and as an associate at Baker Botts. She has been a senior vice president since Sundermann's primary focus is on generics, branded products, clinical nutrition and since also biosimilars. She holds a Dr. He advised Regeneron on asserting its patents relating to a novel platform for producing antibody therapies using transgenic mice. In that case, he had the opportunity to work with eminent scientists including a world leading immunologist from MIT and a Nobel prize winning molecular biologist.
In , Ueno was recommended in Legal for the category of pharmaceutical and biotechnology. During his time at the US law firm, he was on secondment to a leading Japanese pharmaceutical company based in Cambridge, advising the company on various IP matters. Prior to joining the legal sector, he worked for the Department of Pathology at the University of Cambridge and also obtained a PhD in Virology.
Ueno is bilingual in English and Japanese and his team was the winner for the Biotechnology Yes competition, defeating 64 other teams in the UK. Varu also brings an in-depth knowledge of unique challenges faced by companies in the Far East where he has led the formation of sino-foreign joint ventures, set up representative offices, managed supplier dispute resolutions and tackled various anti-counterfeiting activities. Varu joined the profession in , where he qualified in private practice as a patent attorney telecoms, software, electronics before then moving in-house with Caterpillar UK Ltd where he managed international patent strategies and portfolios of several business units across Europe.
He thereafter joined it luggage as head of IP in early before rapidly being promoted to his present role.
Varu is also a visiting lecturer in IP Management as well as a patent examiner for the UK patent examinations. He is also program manager for Sisvel's Wi-Fi Licensing Program and coordinates efforts with the licensing staff of the international offices of the Sisvel Group. Webb also manages program specific EU and US licensing, enforcement and litigation activities. He also coordinates with the acting program manager of the LTE licensing program that is also managed through Sisvel UK.
During his career, he has held IP law positions in IBM's personal computer, micro-electronics, research, and corporate headquarters operations. He has extensive experience in negotiating patent licenses, patent assignments, technology licenses, and joint development agreements, together with developing patent licensing and sales initiatives.
Williams holds a degree in electronic engineering from Warwick University and worked as a circuit designer prior to his career in IP law. He is an inventor listed on several patents in the IT field. Stephan Wolke studied physics, philosophy and macroeconomics at Bonn university and graduated with a Doctorate in physics. After founding and having sold two own businesses Stephan served in several functions at Bayer AG as well as Danaher Corp.
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Private practice v in-house. In-house or private practice? Max Walters speaks to those on either side of the fence about the benefits and drawbacks of both. They are used in a variety of industrial sectors such as healthcare and pharmaceuticals, animal health, textiles, chemicals, plastic, paper, fuel, food, and feed processing. As this sector is also rapidly growing in China, European SMEs are finding more and more opportunities in China's biotechnology sector. Our IPR expert Mr.
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