FICPI Webinar Series “Connect, Share & Grow” // Partial Designs
Location: Webinar, 14:00 Paris (13:00 London),
Date: 25th November 2020
Organiser Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Online Registration: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Rr8rd17MRA6btU5XLq3zzA
Join us at 8am (Toronto) // 10am (Rio) // 1pm (London) // 2pm (Paris, Munich) // 10pm (Tokyo) on Wednesday 25 November 2020 for a live Webinar, the fifth in FICPI's new webinar series “Connect, Share & Grow”, designed by FICPI's Study & Work Committee and Professional Excellence Committee (PEC).
Gabriel Di Blasi, Managing Partner of Di Blasi, Parente & Associados in Brazil, and member of FICPI's Strategic Planning Committee and Chair of FICPI's Study & Work Group on Designs (CET 2), will introduce and moderate this session.
Jürgen Buchhold, Partner at Olbricht Patentanwälte in Germany. Jürgen is a Deutscher Patentanwalt, European Patent Attorney, and European Trademark and Design Attorney. He is a member of FICPI's Professional Excellence Committee, and FICPI's Study & Work Group on Designs.
Stephen Perry, President at Perry + Currier Inc. in Canada. Stephen is active as an advisor and commentator on both Canadian and international patent and industrial design issues. He is a member of FICPI's Study & Work Group on Designs.
Rob Katz, Partner at Banner & Witcoff in the USA. Rob's specialism includes utility patents and industrial designs. He is a member of FICPI's Study & Work Group on Designs.
Katsumori Iseki, is an IP lawyer at CP Japan IP Attorneys in Japan. His expertise includes industrial designs and copyright counselling, patents, licensing and IP-related agreements. Katsumori is a member of FICPI's Strategic Planning Committee and FICPI's Study & Work Groups on International Patent Matters, and on Asian Issues.
The speakers will discuss partial designs in their respective jurisdictions and will highlight the different approaches to partial designs in their countries.
Not all jurisdictions allow the registration of partial designs
Not all jurisdictions allow the registration of partial designs, so FICPI's Study & Work Group on Designs (CET 2) conducted research amongst their members around how their jurisdictions face this matter.
The research developed into a Position Paper, with different point of views of the PTOs around the world.
The webinar will debate the importance of partial designs protection, and how it works in each represented jurisdiction (with speakers from Europe, USA, Canada, and Japan, and the moderator from Brazil).
This event is part of FICPI’s “Connect, Share & Grow” webinar series focusing on topics from FICPI’s Work and Study Committee and the Professional Excellence Committee. We hope you will join us for some or all of our 16-part free webinar series running into 2021, that will showcase the active role that FICPI takes in promoting the IP profession around the globe.
There will be the opportunity to ask questions throughout this interactive session.