Technology Transfer

18-06-20 | 15:00 h - 16:00 h

Technology-transfer 35: Growing Strong Brands: Valuation Lessons Learned From Industry Leaders

Brands are some of the most valuable intangible assets, helping sustain the growth and market value of industry giants like Apple, Disney and Nike. Creating a strong and sustainable brand requires not just knowledge in marketing, but also an understanding of how brands bring value to a product, service or business. Through case studies and industry data, this webinar will explore the fundamentals of brand valuation and will provide best practices for maintaining and growing brand value throughout the lifecycle of a product or company.

31-01-20 | 10:00 h - 11:30 h

Technology-transfer 33: Horizon Europe in a nutshell: EU-Japan collaborations & IP implications

Horizon Europe is a planned 7-year European Union scientific research initiative meant to succeed the current Horizon 2020 program. The European Commission drafted and approved a plan for the Horizon Europe to raise EU science spending levels by 50% over the years 2021-2027.

28-02-20 | 10:00 h - 11:00 h

Technology-transfer 34: Artificial Intelligence and Its Impact on Copyright and Patent Laws

Artificial intelligence (AI) is already capable of creating literary, artistic and musical works as well as technical inventions. As machines have quickly learned to mimic human creativity and inventiveness, the intellectual property (IP) world has entered into AI-driven unchartered territory. Are and should AI-created works and inventions be protected by copyright and patents? How do we answer the question of authorship, inventorship and ownership?

29-11-19 | 10:00 h - 11:00 h

Technology Transfer Webinar 31: Blockchain in Japan: Market Overview

Does the Japanese market's leadership in blockchain technology offer opportunities for EU businesses?

Japan has set itself apart as an early adopter of blockchain technology, despite the Mt Gox debacle in 2014. The development of blockchain technology has taken on two distinct approaches: a financial one, with a flourishing regulated trading market, and the corporate one, with several leading technology companies investing heavily in blockchain businesses.

27-09-19 | 10:00 h - 11:00 h

Technology transfer webinar 29: Appeal proceedings at the JPO and the EPO

What are important differences between the appeal proceedings at the EPO and JPO?

While efforts have been made to harmonize the process of IP prosecution around the world, important differences remain that must be understood in order to achieve efficient prosecution in each jurisdiction. One such example is appeal proceedings before the EPO and JPO.

28-06-19 | 10:00 h - 11:00 h

Technology transfer webinar 28: Patents: Patentability of Software Inventions and AI – Overview of Legal Systems and Recent Trends

Patents: Patentability of Software Inventions and AI – Overview of Legal Systems and Recent Trends in Germany, Japan and other European jurisdictions

How can you get protection for your Software and AI-related inventions?

27-05-19 | 10:00 h - 11:00 h

Technology Transfer Webinar 27: Patent Enforcement in Japan – How to efficiently utilize your patent rights

The number of patent applications from Europe filed at the JPO was over 20,000, which accounts for more than a third of the total number of patent applications filed at the JPO from overseas (2017).  Even if your patent is successfully granted, are you ready to enforce your patent rights in an efficient way?  If your patent is infringed, how should you counter this?  How should you take proper precautions in order to prevent infringement?  We will introduce these measures based on the practice and systems in Japan from the viewpoint of designs and trademarks, in

25-01-19 to 25-01-19 | 10:00 h - 11:00h

Technology Transfer Webinar 24: How to navigate the complexity of scientific data to find the ideal R&D partner

The complexity of current R&D and innovation challenges requires cutting edge companies to constantly seek external strategic partners to acquire competitive know-how and technologies. The goal of this webinar is to present a proven scientific platform that transforms the complexity of scattered historical scientific information and up-to-date research information hidden behind silo’s, into a single, user-friendly search engine streamlining real-time validated partner discovery, consortium building and collaboration.

Registration deadline: 24/01/2019

17-12-18 | 10:00 h - 11:00 h

Technology Transfer Webinar 23: Patents: Employee Inventions – Overview of Legal Systems and Recent Trends

What do companies with R&D in Europe and Japan need to know in regard to the various employee invention legal systems?

  1. This webinar explains the basics of different legal systems on employee remuneration in Japan and Germany, and will also provide some information on how this topic is dealt with in some other European jurisdictions.
  2. It teaches who owns the right to an invention in each jurisdiction and how a company can take possession of the invention.
  3. The webinar also covers the question of adequate remuneration for inventors.
05-10-18 | 10:00 h - 11:00 h

Technology Transfer Webinar 21: Data Protection in Japan in a post GDPR World

In a business environment that is becoming increasingly interconnected and dependent on data exchange, protection of data is one of the most sensible legal topics to deal with. The implementation of the European General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) in May 2018 has set new standards to protect personal data also beyond the territory of the European Union.

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