D&I webinaari – Disputes for Breakfast

D&I Event

Event date

8 Dec

2022

Dittmar & Indrenius > Insight > D&I webinaari – Disputes for Breakfast

Intellectual Property Fights webinaarisarjamme toisessa osassa pureudumme pragmaattisesti ja käytännönläheisesti siihen, miten sopimuksellisin keinoin voidaan ennaltaehkäistä IPR-riitojen syntymistä kaupallisessa kontekstissa ja miten IPR-riitoihin tulisi varautua sopimuksissa!

Käymme webinaarissa konkreettisten käytännön esimerkkien valossa lävitse seuraavat avainkysymykset:

  • Miten ennalta ehkäistä IPR-riitoja ja varautua niihin inter partes eli sopimuskumppanien välillä?
  • Miten ennalta ehkäistä IPR-riitoja ja varautua niihin ex parte eli tilanteessa, jossa sopimuksen ulkoinen, kolmas osapuoli esittää IPR-loukkausvaateen?
  • Miten sopimusten vastuunrajoitusmallit ja indemnity-ehdot eli sopimusperusteiset IPR-riitojen prosessaamista ja vahingonkorvauksia koskevat lausekkeet kannattaa laatia?
  • Miten sopimusten riidanratkaisulausekkeet on suositeltavaa laatia, ja missä IPR-riidat sopimuskontekstissa itseasiassa ratkaistaan?

Puhujina ovat D&I:n Partner Helen Lehto, Partner Anna Haapanen, sekä Senior Attorney Eila El Asry.

Tervetuloa mukaan!

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