Globalization and digitization - challenges of the XNUMXst century - from the perspective of intellectual property protection on a microscale - of a modern factory. Patent offices do not always follow the rapidly developing science and technology, which is why entrepreneurs ask whether the XNUMXst century solutions used by the life science sector can count on effective protection. Due to the requirements posed by the global market, both entrepreneurs, start-ups and scientists must try to identify and ensure that the most valuable elements of the solution under development are granted patent protection. Moreover, an important issue, in the light of the challenges posed by the XNUMXst century, is the assessment of what to protect and what is not worth 'wasting time' on. Therefore, science and business must meet on the road "from idea to implementation" so that a modern factory can fully protect its intellectual property rights to the desired extent.
Meet the presenter:
Chief of the Law Firm LifeScience team JWP Patent Attorneys. Polish and European patent attorney. Employed at JWP since 2008. A graduate of Interfaculty Biotechnology Studies at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences and Postgraduate Studies in Industrial Property at the University of Warsaw. He specializes in protecting natural science solutions such as biology, chemistry, pharmacy, biotechnology and medicine - he participates in filing international patent applications (EP and PCT), conducting proceedings regarding SPC and litigation before the Polish Patent Office. In addition, he prepares opinions on patent matters, conducts research and conducts numerous training courses on intellectual property. Active member of FICPI - International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys.