Disputes for Breakfast: Riidanratkaisijan näkökulmia patentin suojapiirin laajuuteen

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10 Sep


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Webinaari torstaina 10.9.2024 klo 8.30 – 9.30

D&I Dispute Powerhousen Disputes for Breakfast -webinaarisarjan toisessa osassa kesäkuussa Juli Mansnérus ja Johanna Ahola puhuvat patentin suojapiiriin laajuuteen liittyvistä kysymyksistä ja tarjoavat riidanratkaisijan näkökulmia aihepiiriin.

Webinaarissa tarkastellaan muun muassa seuraavia kysymyksiä:

  • Mikä merkitys on patentin suojapiirin laajuudella?
  • Mitkä tekijät vaikuttavat patentin suojapiirin laajuuteen ja kuinka patenttiriitoja voisi ennaltaehkäistä?
  • Miltä näyttävät tulevaisuuden kehityssuunnat?

Jos et ole saanut kutsua ja haluaisit osallistua webinaareihin, voit olla yhteydessä: thinkingahead@dittmar.fi.

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