Aired on 22nd February | 10 AM PST
If you’re having a hard time determining if you should attend this webinar or not, ask yourself these questions:
- Are researchers aware if the new drug formulation we are working on can be under threat of the newly modified claims of a competitor’s patent application?
- Do I know the chances of a competitor’s patent application on a drug dosage getting granted? (how does the application stand up against previous rejections on similar applications)
- Am I aware if a competitor tries to build a patent fence around an API of my interest?
- Am I aware of anyone trying to develop generics for a competitor’s drug, in spite of the patent being in effect? (Para IV challenge filed on competitor’s patent)
- Are the monitoring alerts received by my researchers insightful enough to be actionable? (or are they just a data dump)
If you answered “no” to most of the questions, congratulations – this webinar is for you. If you answered “Yes” to most, this webinar will still be relevant to you because it will cover the how to’s of the following:
- Instant alerts on critical events: Targeted and intelligent email alerts to relevant parties, upon any critical event taking place on the patent or drug at the USPTO/ FDA/ other news.
- In depth patent prosecution details: Chances of an examiner granting an application, chances of competitor filing continuation/ divisional applications, family filing in new countries, etc.
- Litigation awareness: Keep you abreast with latest news on patent litigation or para IV challenges happening on a patent.
Who should attend this webinar?
People in R&D: As they will learn how to get insights on what the competitors are researching and where you should focus your research on to have an edge
Product Managers: As they will learn how to get insights on the focus of competitors’ patent portfolio and its relation to their existing line of products.
Business Executives: As they will learn how to get insights on where the competition is trying to expand itself and key information like the partnerships competitors are getting into.
In-House IP Counsels: As it will make in-house IP-counsel aware on how to identify gaps in various technologies and where to channelize R & D activity to grow IP to stay at the top of business.
As Tim Fargo said, “Opportunity doesn't make appointments; you have to be ready when it arrives.” Hence, attend the webinar to learn how to keep a close eye on competitor to find arrival of an opportunity to maintain an edge.
There’s a losing team, and a winning team. Which do YOU want to be on?