Events

26
Apr
2021

World IP Day 2021: Mathys & Squire SME Pitch Day

To mark World IP Day 2021, the Mathys & Squire Scaleup Quarter will be hosting a pitching session, inviting the most innovative UK-based SMEs to showcase their business in front of an expert panel to win a prize of £3,000!

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Webinar: Patent drafting for success in Europe

In this webinar, Mathys & Squire partners Martin MacLean and David Hobson will discuss tips and tricks to build into your drafting practice to safeguard against common pitfalls and maximise your probability of securing robust patent protection in Europe.

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Webinar: AI in life sciences – patenting dos and don’ts

Join Mathys & Squire attorneys Jeremy Smith and Alexander Robinson for this webinar as they take a look at the European Patent Office’s approach to the developing field of AI in the life sciences industry.

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Webinar: New changes to the EPO Guidelines on description amendments: why it matters

In this webinar, our speakers will discuss the implications of the upcoming changes through the use of mock examples to try and identify some of the pitfalls that may be created as a result of the new changes.

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Webinar: ‘Same applicant’ priority – EPO requirements and practical steps

In this webinar, partners Philippa Griffin and James Wilding will review the EPO requirements for ‘same applicant’ priority in light of recent case law, and they will discuss practical steps applicants can take to ensure those requirements are met.

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Webinar: Dealing with third-party patents in Europe

In this webinar, partners Sean Leach and Andrew White will discuss what action should be taken and when to most cost effectively mitigate the risks that may be posed by third-party rights in Europe.

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Webinar: Plausibility at the EPO – exploring the legacy of dasatinib

Mathys & Squire partners Stephen Garner and Anna Gregson will review how EPO case law has developed since revocation of the dasatinib patent in 2017. Exploring whether the Board’s decision has been widely followed, our presenters will discuss if and how innovators should adjust their filing and drafting strategy in light of the EPO’s post-dasatinib approach to plausibility.

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Webinar: A practical guide to IP fundamentals

This webinar, presented by Mathys & Squire attorneys Sam Giles and Harry Rowe, will explore the different types of IP, including how to protect the value in your brands, confidentiality, NDAs and ownership, as well as how patents and registered designs are used in practice.

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Webinar: IP for the manufacturing and automotive age of change

This joint webinar with Hyperdrive, the NEAA and Mathys & Squire will explore how manufacturing and automotive businesses can use their IP strategy to maximise profitability and mitigate risk.

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Webinar: Supplementary Protection Certificates in Europe (pt.2)

Following on from part one of this two part series, in this webinar Mathys & Squire attorneys Peter Arch and Alexander Robinson will take a closer look at controversies arising from recent case law, including whether SPCs can be granted for second medical indications, and how precisely the authorised product must be identified in a patent before being eligible for an SPC.