December 9-10, 2013 | 9:30-5:00 p.m. | London
An application originating in Europe frequently encounters substantial difficulties before the USPTO. The European applicant often faces rejections based on alleged inadequacies in the specification. Recurrently, claims issued to a European applicant are unnecessarily narrow by US standards or unexpectedly constrained by US principles of disavowal, disclaimer and estoppel.
The need for high-quality application drafting, acceptable to both the EPO and USPTO, has never been greater. This seminar offers:
Who Should Attend
Patent professionals and other executives who are responsible for patent applications that are filed in, and prosecuted before, both European and US Patent Offices.
Register online at http://www.management-forum.co.uk/ip/eventid/2372#.UoKO8yfvKiU