Joint LESI-EPO training course for SMEs on technology commercialisation

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Basel (Switzerland), 26/28 June 2019

Licensing Executives Society International (LESI) and the European Patent Office (EPO) have launched a jointly developed two-day training course, “Succeeding at technology commercialisation and negotiation” to be held in Basel, Switzerland from 26 to 28 June.
The Basel training course, the first of the series, gives a comprehensive, professional set of tools and techniques to help businesses to profit from their IP and to put it at the heart of their business strategy in a way that is easy to access and implement. It is designed for intellectual capital and business development managers as well as entre- and intrapreneurs with great ideas who are looking to perform at the top level. The course will cater for a wide-reaching range of business professionals, including those coming from SMEs, start-ups, spin-outs, emerging enterprises, MNCs, technology transfer, research organisations and legal practicioners.

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AGM and Topic Meeting “Lessons learned from Life Sciences”

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Brussels (Belgium), 20 June 2019

LES Benelux cordially invites you to the AGM and Topic Meeting on Thursday 20 June 2019 from 10.00 till 17.15 in Brussels, Belgium.

Our acknowledged speakers will discuss lessons learned from Life Sciences:

  • Competition law issues in the Life Sciences sector – Understand the most pressing current issues of competition law for IP and tech transfer specialists active in the sector of Life Sciences
  • Supplementary Protection Certificates & manufacturing waiver – Master the latest developments in drug life cycle management. Hear an update on SPC case law. Experts from the EU regulator, the industry and law firms will exchange views on the new EU regulation and its impact on the industry.
  • Trade secret protection – What does “reasonable steps” really mean for life sciences companies – Reasonable steps” are required under the EU directive for information to enjoy trade secret protection. What steps are required? What does it mean in practice.
  • The business of buying/selling technology – How do Life Sciences BD people actually work? How do they identify the technologies and deals of interest? How do they approach negotiation? Experience sharing from different (industry, VC and university) angles.
  • Compensation for employee invention – How do companies deal with employee invention? Including in the framework of clinical trials (patents based on results)? And including in the USA? First-hand practical experience from industry experts.
  • Successful R&D set-ups – Innovation centers and incubators. How do they work? How can I get in? Real life experience sharing

Registration and fees

Please register by the online registration form at https://les-benelux.org/event/online-registration-form/

  • The special fee for this AGM and meeting will be € 90,00 for LES Benelux members. For LES members 40 years of age or below there is a discount of € 20,00 under the condition of completing your date of birth at the online registration form.
  • The fee is € 180,00 for non-members. Please note that for non-members from one of the Benelux countries the fee also includes membership of LES Benelux for 2019.
  • Members who wish to attend only the half hour AGM are welcome at no charge. Members of LES are entitled to vote at the AGM. Non-members are most welcome to attend as observers but have no right to vote.

Participation includes meeting materials, buffet lunch, coffee and tea in the break and drinks after the meeting. Payment can take place by bank transfer or by credit card. Your registration will be confirmed with an invoice for the registration fee.

General information, details on the program and more information on our speakers can be found at https://les-benelux.org/event/events/.

LES100 Training Course

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London (UK), 17 June 2019

The LES100 Training Course is the introductory course in the Licensing Executives Society’s Intellectual Asset Management Series and it is designed for those who are relatively new to licensing.

It is specifically aimed at:

  • Those who are considering a career in licensing and technology transfer,
  • Lawyers and Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys looking for greater familiarity with the business of IP licensing,
  • SMEs who require an introduction to licensing,
  • Entrepreneurs who need to understand the value of their IP,
  • Professors of entrepreneurship and
  • Students interested in learning the basics of Intellectual Property (IP) and how to commercialise IP through licensing.

The Course covers an overview of IP and IP Licensing, divided into five Modules, with examples, exercises and interaction between instructors and fellow students in each Module:

  • Module 1: Introduction & IP Basics: This Module introduces, defines and gives examples of the different types of IP including patents, trademarks, copyright, designs and trade secrets in the context of commercialisation.
  • Module 2: Basics of IP Commercialisation & Licensing: Introduction to Licensing, including reasons for licensing, description of licensing agreements, infringement, competition law, and relationship-building.
  • Module 3: Determining Reasonable Licence Fees & Royalty Rates: This Module talks about risks and rewards, different valuation methods (Market, Financial, Cost) and their pros and cons, together with royalty structures.
  • Module 4: Managing Risks: Identify the different kinds of risk and how to manage them, i.e. confidentiality, infringement, liability, collection of royalties and other fees.
  • Module 5: Licensing Game: Students put into practice what they have learned by dividing into licensee and licensor teams that then discuss and negotiate terms on a licensing case study. At the end of the sessions all teams report their results and reasoning.

Read more & register at the link below
http://www.les-bi.org/calendar/60/154-LES100-Training-Course.html

The LES100 Training Course will be followed by the LES B&I 2019 Annual Conference & AGM on Jun 18.

RECEPIMENTO DELLA DIRETTIVA MARCHI n° 2015/2436

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Milano, 14 giugno 2019

Università degli Studi di Milano
Sala Crociera Alta di Giurisprudenza
Via Festa del Perdono 7

 

Consulta il programma (pdf)

 

Venerdì, 14 giugno 2019 si terrà a Milano il seminario internazionale organizzato in collaborazione con AICIPI e l’Università degli Studi di Milano su “Recepimento della Direttiva Marchi 2015/2436” che vedrà la partecipazione del Prof. Zoltan Csehi, Giudice della EU Court of Justice, della Dott.ssa Silvia Vitrò, Presidente sezione specializzata in materia di impresa del Tribunale di Torino e di professionisti quali Prof. Silvia Giudici (Università di Milano), Prof. Avv. Gustavo Ghidini (Studio Ghidini, Girino & Associati), Avv. Massimiliano Mostardini (Bird & Bird), Avv. Gabriele Cuonzo (Trevisan & Cuonzo) e Dott.ssa Raffaella Barbuto (Studio Torta).

Si segnala che l’evento è accreditato per:

  • n. 3 crediti formativi in materia di Marchi presso l’Ordine dei Consulenti in Proprietà Industriale;
  • n. 3 crediti formativi presso l’Ordine degli Avvocati di Milano.

La partecipazione al convegno è gratuita per gli associati LES Italia, AICIPI e per gli studenti ed i docenti dell’Università degli Studi di Milano, previa registrazione; la normale quota di iscrizione è pari a Euro 180 (IVA inclusa).

Gli interessati possono iscriversi compilando il form disponibile attraverso i seguenti link:

 

Per informazioni è possibile scrivere a media@les-italy.org oppure telefonare al n° 328-2753929 (lun-ven dalle h. 9.00 alle h. 13.00).

 

2019 LES International Annual Conference

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Yokohama (Japan), 26-28 May 2019

Create IP Culture – Open for business

For additional information please visit the following link.

Europe – Asia partnerships in Oncology: Is it attractive? What does it change? What are the main challenges?

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Paris (France), 12 March 2019

Gide Loyrette Nouel,

15, rue de Laborde

75008 Paris

Métro 14 Saint-Lazare

 

Download the program

 

For additional information: link