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Webinar: Added Matter Series - Intermediate Generalisation
Part 3

Online: 25.05.2022

Starts: 25.05.2022 10:00hrs
Ends: 25.05.2022 11:00hrs

Venue

Online

Description

This webinar is only for epi Members and epi Students.

The last session of the epi Added Matter webinar series deals with Intermediate Generalisation.

Probably everyone in EP patent practice has come across this increasingly infamous legal term and yet it is often hard to grasp and wholly unhear of in other patent jurisdictions.

Please join on a journey to understand the reasoning behind this legal principle and its special significance for amendments and Art. 123(2) EPC.




Organised by

Speaker

  • Andrew Hards

Target group

The webinar series is only for epi Members and epi Students.


Level of expertise
Intermediate level


Medium
Online training


Technical requirements
In order to attend the on-line course participants need a computer with an internet browser and a high-speed broadband internet connection. For the webinar, epi uses Zoom. Security settings on local Firewalls need to be checked. In order to make full use of the webinar session, we recommend to use headsets.

To access to the webinar epi sends out a link and the guidelines for participants shortly before the webinar.


 Application and use of personal data

Please do not use capital letters when filling the online registration form. Please indicate only personal email addresses.

By registering for this event, you accept that all your personal data may be used by the epi and authorised third parties (e.g. EPO) to the extent necessary to provide services or content you have requested. Please note our leaflet on privacy policy regarding the processing of your personal data.  

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Working language

  • English

Capacity

Event has free slots available

Registration deadline

Registration is open until 23.05.2022 The order of receipt by epi will determine the attendance in case of over-subscription.