Structuring International Patent Portfolios
11th October 2018 @ 11 am CET
Have you ever thought of what your business goals mean for your patent strategy? In this webinar we provide advice to help you in deciding where you should file patent applications, and how you should proceed in filing patent applications. We will also adress what scope of protection you should aim for in different countries.
In this webinar we will discuss:
- Business Goals and Patent Strategy
- Country Selection
- Scope of Protection and Portfolio Design
Why you should attend:
Don’t miss this opportunity to obtain useful insight on how to structure your worldwide patent filing strategy and patent portfolio design in order to meet both your business goals and your IP budget.
Mathias Karlhuber completed his studies in mechanical engineering, specializing in design technology, at the Technical University in Munich, the Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg and the Rush Presbyterian Saint Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago, IL, graduating in 1995 as a Dipl.-Ing.
His training in intellectual property law took place at patent law firms in Hamburg and Berlin, the German Patent and Trademark Office, the Federal Patent Court and the District Court in Munich. In 1999 he was admitted as a patent attorney and accredited for representation before the European Patent Office and the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). After two years of practice in a patent law firm in Berlin, Mathias Karlhuber joined COHAUSZ & FLORACK in 2001. He became a partner in 2005. Since 2015 he is the Patent Rapporteur of the Commission on Intellectual Property of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).
Mathias Karlhuber is mainly involved in obtaining and defending technical intellectual property rights in the area of electronic program guides, medical devices, semiconductor lithography systems and railway technology, especially in running gear engineering, crash safety technology and aerodynamics. He also specializes in data security technology, micro-mechanics as well as general mechanical engineering.
Mathias Karlhuber speaks German, English and French