[Webinar] Effective IP Strategies for Protecting/Using Technical Innovations | 1 Dec, 2:30 pm HKT
01 Dec 2022Back to Events
Having a clear and effective IP strategy is important for any researcher or business involved with R&D. It ensures you have the right reasons for focusing on a particular area of research, for selecting what kinds of innovations to protect, how broadly to file for protection, and what kind of risks to be aware of. The secret is in focusing on the right issues, and knowing what strategies are available for different scenarios. This presentation will touch on the following topics and their impact on IP strategy:
1. What IP protection is available for technical innovations
2. How to select what innovations to protect and how
3. Managing IP risk in commercialisation
4. Patent filing trends (among selected universities around the world)
- This is a good refresher for researchers on what IP rights are all about, and provides some framework for spotting any gaps in their current IP strategy.
- This will help better prepare researchers when it comes time to commercialise their innovations or apply for grants.
Date/Time: 1 Dec, 2:30-3:30 pm (HKT)
Venue: Zoom (Register Now)
Speaker: Mr Victor Tse, Consultant, Bird & Bird
As a Consultant in Bird & Bird's Intellectual Property Group in Hong Kong, Victor provides a unique service to clients utilising his experience as a patent attorney, a contentious IP lawyer, and a scientist. He specialises in IP matters in China and Hong Kong, and has advised on a wide range of legal issues involving technology. As a patent attorney (qualified in Australia), he has drafted and prosecuted patent and design applications around the world. As a lawyer, he regularly assists clients with their IP protection strategies, ways to identify and minimise IP risk when using or developing technology, advising on commercial agreements, and handling IP related disputes. A key part of his practice focuses on multi-jurisdictional patent litigation, and defending and challenging the validity of patents. As a patent attorney and scientist, he approaches litigation and commercial matters with an understanding of technology and the issues concerning its protection. His litigation experience provides insight into potential weaknesses in patents, and complements how he helps clients seek better IP protection. His litigation and advisory experience touches on a wide range of technologies involving telecommunications, artificial intelligence, software/electronics, fintech, gaming, medical equipment/devices, advanced materials, complex machinery, and fast moving consumer products.
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