Top tips in IP: Toolkit for Research and Product Design
AdamsonJones has a team of patent and trade mark attorneys with technical backgrounds in chemistry, pharmaceuticals and medical devices, here on site at BioCity.
Jenny Vaughan and David Gwilliam from AdamsonJones will be discussing IP as part of a series of free BioCity 'top tips' events for companies based at the life sciences incubator in Nottingham.
Intellectual Property Toolkit for Research and Product Design: Pharma & Medical Devices
Our attorneys are often asked questions about IP protection at a time when it is too late to obtain valid rights, or else after a significant IP threat has unexpectedly come to light. These scenarios can leave a company at a significant disadvantage from copying or excessive legal costs. The key to managing these risks is to synchronise IP considerations with your design/research process.
This 'top tips in IP' event will cover the following:
• Typical stages in the product design process/research process
• IP protection opportunities and threats for each stage
• Benefits for the end product design and its commercial success
Jenny Vaughan and David Gwilliam will talk you through the various IP considerations specific to the pharmaceutical research process and the medical devices product design process.
Please note that this event is for BioCity-based companies only. For more information and to book a place please visit the BioCity event page here.
Date: Thurs 10 May, 8 – 9.30am
Venue: BioCity Nottingham