November 23, 24, 25 2015

8.30 – 15.30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Forum Atidim, Ramat Hachayal Tel Aviv Israel

 

Who Should Attend?

  • Novice Patent Paralegals (up to 1 year experience)

  • Experienced Patent Paralegals (over 1 year experience)

  • In House Patent Administrators

  • Formalities Assistants

  • Other Patent Support Staff

  • Persons who wish to become IP paralegals

  • Persons presently dealing with the company patent portfolio

 

The Program:

·         Overview of IP rights  

·         Understanding the US, EP and PCT patent process

·         Review of IDS rules and procedures  

·         Online Resources

·         US After-final procedure

·         EP prosecution

·         Review of patent correction alternatives (certificate of correction, reissue, reexamination)

·         Abandonment and revival of US patent applications

·         IL procedures

 

This course, presented by a senior intellectual property paralegal with nearly two decades of experience in IP procedures, regulations and training, is directed to both the novice paralegal and the experienced paralegal.  The sessions are designed to provide a guide for the patent paralegal, in particular with regards to the more complex issues of patent procedure.

Attendees will gain an invaluable overview of the patent process as well as an in-depth understanding of the intricate workings of patent formalities.

The course is delivered in a clear and comprehensive fashion, and will be accompanied with an up-to-date and easy to follow guide book which will prove to be a useful and reliable resource.

The material is designed to help you understand the procedures, not just follow them, and is focused on U.S., international (PCT), European patent administration and Israel.

Encompassing just about everything you need to know - from filing to allowance, and beyond.

Participants can attend any or all of the days of the course.

Documentation

Participants will receive the course materials guide book, which includes comprehensive documentation provided by the presenter, designed as a valuable source for future reference. A certificate of attendance will be given to each participant who successfully completes the course.

 

 

 

       Patent Paralegal A - Z GUIDE 2015