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Let's talk about Intellectual Property
Our podcast explores various topics around patents, trademarks, copyrights and designs.
In every episode, we talk with experts and decision-makers in the IP industry,
getting their insights into hot topics, trends and challenges.
The truth about working in IP
with Linzi Ronald, HR Development Partner at the Dennemeyer Group and Clemens Meikis
Senior Consultant, Chief Operating Officer Recruitment for Omega Consulting Group
What is it really like to work within the IP industry? How can you get started, and where can you go? We take a look at how the sector carries out recruiting post-pandemic and how employees can develop professionally with an IP service provider like Dennemeyer. Also, find out about Europe's premier IP job fair, 'IP Career,' hosted next year by Omega in Munich.
Unitary Patents and the Unified Patent Court
The European patent landscape is set to change – radically and quickly. The upcoming Unitary Patent system and associated Unified Patent Court (UPC) have been the spring from which rivers of ink have flowed for several decades. This guide addresses the most critical questions regarding Unitary Patents and the UPC to allow you to make the best-informed decisions for your business and inventions.
Unitary Patents and the UPC
with Dr. Anthony Carlick, European Patent Attorney and Chartered Patent Attorney (UK) at Dennemeyer & Associates, and James Denner, Business Development Manager at the Dennemeyer Group
The long-awaited Unitary Patent and Unified Patent Court are just around the corner and promise to revolutionize the innovation scene in the EU. On the runup to launch, patent owners and applicants need to consider all the options available to them and take immediate action to fulfill their filing strategies. Discover the opportunities and challenges surrounding this groundbreaking development!
IP strategy and procedural needs
with Dr. Robert Fichter, Managing Director at Dennemeyer & Associates, and Tobias Diebold, Chief Commercial Officer at the Dennemeyer Group (CEO since July 1, 2022)
IP can be a powerful tool for organizations of every kind, but only if managed correctly. A solid IP strategy should be aligned with business objectives and tailored to a company's specific needs, but does IP inform commercial concerns, or is it the other way around? Tune in to find out the answer to this question and much, much more!
Patent renewals: management and strategy
with Julia Hermann, Product Manager IP Solutions, and Laurence Hodgson, Patent Annuity Specialist
Managing patent renewals can be an administrative burden, especially when you are maintaining an extensive portfolio in multiple jurisdictions: Different rules on dates, grace periods and fees, as well as unique organizational practices complicate the process. This new episode is chock-full of great strategies for maintaining patent portfolios and tips on keeping your patents in top shape.
COVID-19 and the digitalization of Intellectual Property
with Dr. Cornelia Peuser, Senior Consultant and Sean Hunter, Marketing Manager
Despite its general acknowledgment, digitalization has been far from a uniform trend. In this new podcast, our experts discuss the implications that the COVID-19 pandemic will have on future developments in the IP sector and how the pandemic has created new digitalization pressures and exacerbated existing ones.
AI inventorship and machine learning
with Steven M. Shape and
Dr. Matthias Pötzl
Artificial intelligence is moving from the realm of science fiction into everyday life. Patent law, however, has been hit with questions about who qualifies as an "inventor" and whether these AI systems can fulfill this role traditionally held by human beings.
Tune in for a lively discussion on this topic and many more with two of our IP experts!
The evolution of an IP manager
Who is this new IP manager needed to comprehensively manage organizations' IP and tackle the challenges that come with IP's growing weight? Dr. Cornelia Peuser and Alexander Gangnus break down and discuss these facets and what "languages" need to be spoken to interpret and address them.