Patents are the company’s intangible assets. Through six basic and advanced courses on patents, this series guides partners to understand the concept of patents and the patent practices that each department must know.
- Let students have the basic concept of patent.
- Allow students to combine patents and work practices to protect the products developed by various departments.
- Let participants know which patents are available and avoid infringing others’ patents.
- Creations and inventions that can be patented and when the application was filed
- The nature, type and term of protection of the patent right
- The content and format of the patent specification, and how to respond to the office action
- Responses, measures and precautions to be taken when receiving notification that our products infringe patent rights
- Measures to be taken when an infringing product is found
- How to fill in the patent search application form, the materials to be provided and the search process
- Introduce the examination procedures and basic examination rules of patent applications, and explain how to deal with the refusal opinions issued by the examination committee with actual cases
Advanced courses (patent examination and defense practice) are suitable for:
Engineering/R&D personnel, project managers, and students who have taken patent introduction courses are recommended