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Strategic Global Protection of Your Inventions

Original air date: 8.11.21

It is now often imperative to have a global perspective in any endeavor. Certain types of technological products, such as software, are easily distributed and utilized and the associated intellectual property (IP) rights need to be protected across different jurisdictions.

In general, different countries or regions manage invention protection through national or international IP law. Such IP law continues to evolve in all directions, and national IP law can vary significantly from one jurisdiction to another. To pursue global invention protection, it is possible and important to adopt an intelligent approach of building a worldwide portfolio of patents or other forms of protection based on a superior understanding of the national and international laws. Often times, a client may have candidate jurisdictions in mind for Invention protection based on the locations of customers or competitors. An IP practitioner then needs to strategize the filing and prosecution of applications for protection among these jurisdictions first. Knowledge of national and international IP laws, however, may sometimes also inform a practitioner on the selection of jurisdictions in which to pursue invention protection. This program reviews key factors to consider when pursuing invention protection on a global scale and shows how evaluating each key factor helps improve the drafting and prosecution of an application for patents or other forms of protection in individual jurisdictions and help expand the worldwide portfolio swiftly and effectively.

Presented by: Dr. Agatha Liu of Hickman Becker Bingham Ledesma LLP


This webinar is approved for the following states:
Alabama 1.5 CLE Credits Approved
Connecticut 1.5 CLE Credits Approved
California 1.5 CLE Credits Approved
Iowa 1.5 CLE Credits Approved
New Hampshire 1.5 CLE Credits Approved
New Jersey 1.8 CLE Credits Approved
New Mexico 1.5 CLE Credits Approved
New York 1.5 CLE Credits Approved
Pennsylvania 1.5 CLE Credits Approved
Texas 1.5 CLE Credits Approved
Vermont 1.5 CLE Credits Approved
Wisconsin 1.8 CLE Credits Approved
For information on CLE accreditation in all other states, please contact our CLE Department at cle@aipla.org. CLE credit may be available, but will require additional time for approval and COA delivery.