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The Handbook of European Intellectual Property Management, 4th Edition

Book Description

The Handbook of European Intellectual Property Management is the definitive guide to best practice IP management and regulations, and empowers readers to maximise the value of their innovations and brands, by managing them as real business assets.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title Page
  3. Contents
  4. PART ONE    IP potential    IP potential
    1. 1.1    Europe’s capacity for innovation Anselm Kamperman Sanders and Meir Perez Pugatch, Maastricht University
    2. 1.2    Technology disruption Dr Paul Leonard at Billings Jacksons
  5. PART TWO    Europe’s IP framework    Europe’s IP framework
    1. 2.1    Towards a unitary European IP architecture Laurent Manderieux, L Bocconi University
    2. 2.2    The EU’s unitary patent Hans Hutter and Ruurd Jorritsma, NLO (Nederlandsch Octrooibureau)
    3. 2.3    Creative industries Deborah Barbizet, Lacoste Associés
    4. 2.4    IP for Europe’s next brands Jani Kaulo, Kolster
    5. 2.5    Digital ventures Isabelle Landreau
  6. PART THREE    IP capture    IP capture
    1. 3.1    IP portfolio design for emerging technologies Ilya Kazi, Mathys & Squire
    2. 3.2    Strategic variations Dr Stephan Wenzel, HUMBOLDT-Patent Hübner Neumann Radwer Wenzel
    3. 3.3    Competitive intelligence Katy Wood, Minesoft
    4. 3.4    Pre-contract IP Dr Rüdiger Drope, Dr Markus Hoffmann, Peter Adler and Daniela Thrun, Lippert Stachow
    5. 3.5    Low-cost IP Barry Franks and Annika Kilander, Brann
  7. PART FOUR    IP transfers    IP transfers
    1. 4.1    Science–industry linkages, technology transfer and new metrics Catalina Martínez, CSIC Institute of Public Goods and Policies
    2. 4.2    Turning technology into business Dap Hartmann, Delft University of Technology
    3. 4.3    The evolution of knowledge exchange Technopolis
    4. 4.4    The state of the university–industry relationship Arno Meerman and Thorsten Kliewe, University Industry Innovation Network, Amsterdam
    5. 4.5    Are universities attractive partners for R&D cooperation? Christian Hackl, TUM Tech, and Anja Schön, Hoebiger
  8. PART FIVE    IP partnerships    IP partnerships
    1. 5.1    Industrial innovation in transition Professor Erkki Ormala, Aalto University
    2. 5.2    The evolving role of universities as hubs for innovation Neale Daniel, University of Sheffield
    3. 5.3    Collaborative partnerships Avi Freeman, Beck Greener
  9. PART SIX    IP as an asset    IP as an asset
    1. 6.1    IP and raising capital Barend Bouma and Marius Korsten, NLO-Nederlandsch Octrooibureau
    2. 6.2    How to value patents Anders Tangen, Brann
    3. 6.3    IP boxes and their future Dr Ulrich Dirks and Dr Stephan Wenzel, HUMBOLDT-Patent Hübner Neumann Radwer Wenzel
    4. 6.4    Patent asset management Lex Van Wijk, DeltaPatents
  10. PART SEVEN    Secure IP    Secure IP
    1. 7.1    IP actions Ludvig Holm at Lindahl
    2. 7.2    Actions through the UPC and oppositions Ilya Kazi, Mathys & Squire
    3. 7.3    Putting out a patent fire John Moetteli, da Vinci
    4. 7.4    Vigiliance against copying Deborah Barbizet at Lacoste Associés
  11. Index of advertisers
  12. Copyright