WITCON London Continued: Adapting Your IP Approach for the US/EP: Strategic Claiming and The Continuation

The next WITCON Delivered will take place virtually on Wednesday, June 12, for part two of WITCON London — Adapting Your IP Approach for the US/EP: Strategic Claiming and The Continuation. 

During this virtual presentation, Banner Witcoff’s Ross Dannenberg and Scott M. Kelly, alongside Nick Wallin of Withers & Rogers, will discuss prosecution strategies that might seem commonplace in one jurisdiction, but not so commonplace in the other. The panelists will discuss what you might want to consider for your IP portfolio when pursuing patents across the pond from where you started.

We had a lot to say on enforcement strategy at WITCON London, hosted at Improbable’s offices in May. This discussion will pick up where that event left off, and dive in on how to build and prosecute your portfolio with enforcement in mind.

Our Speakers

Ross Dannenberg, Shareholder

With a background in computer science, Ross handles all facets of intellectual property procurement, counseling, and enforcement. In addition to working on thousands of software patent prosecution matters, Ross has extensive experience with contentious patent, copyright and trademark matters, including litigation, counseling and licensing, for companies in virtually every industry, including video games, software development, automobile parts and manufacturing, healthcare, medical devices, and craft brewing.

Scott M. Kelly, Shareholder

Scott represents clients throughout the life of an invention — from the birth of an idea through procuring a patent and enforcing it to protect key technologies and business interests. He has experience with a wide range of technologies, including computer software, networking, and business methods. In addition to preparing and prosecuting patent applications, Scott regularly counsels clients on validity, infringement, and other issues presented by asserted patents or potential acquisitions. 

Nick Wallin, Partner, Withers & Rogers

Nick is a patent attorney and head of Withers & Rogers’ Electronics, Computing & Physics group. Nick is also an experienced patent litigator who has handled cases before the UK Court of Appeal and High Court, and the EPO Boards of Appeal. Nick works for a wide range of clients, in fields ranging from geospatial data processing to electro-surgical instruments and medical imaging, through to sensors for the oil and gas industry.

If you have any questions about the event, please email us at event@bannerwitcoff.com

Register to attend virtually by clicking here.

WITCON Delivered is intended exclusively for a corporate audience and clients of the firm, and attendance is by invitation only.

Application for 1 hour of CLE credit will be sought in IL and VA. Applications for credit in other states will be considered upon request. We apologize we are unable to provide CLE credit outside of the U.S. Please provide complete bar information during registration to seek credit. Please note that because of various jurisdictional requirements, we cannot guarantee that CLE applications will be approved. Our programs are intended for the benefit of our clients and contacts and we reserve the right to refuse any registration at our sole discretion.

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