Inventor Declaration/Assignment Requirements for US Filings

Audience

IP Paralegals

Event information

Inventor declaration/assignment requirements for US filings
Start date Friday, December 4, 2020 12:30 PM
End date Friday, December 4, 2020 01:30 PM
CPD Points 1.0
Price Non Member £73.20 (Includes £12.20 VAT)
Member £49.20 (Includes £8.20 VAT)

Synopsis

What do you do if an inventor refuses to sign an assignment document as they have fallen out with their previous employer? What do you do if you cannot find an inventor as they have relocated without forwarding information? What do you do if an inventor is medically incapacitated?

This webinar will focus on the concepts of inventorship, official documents required to be signed by the inventor in the US patent process and the options available for any difficulties faced within the process of obtaining signatures.

This is an area which is particularly prevalent at the moment, as the current pandemic may result in more inventors than usual not being able to sign such official documents. 


Speaker Info

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Charlotte Knight

Charlotte Knight is the Director of Practice Operations at Slingsby Partners LLP. Charlotte joined the intellectual property profession in 2013 and holds a degree in Law from Queen Mary University of London. Charlotte experienced working in both industry and private practice before joining Slingsby Partners LLP to establish their formalities team. 

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Emma Norris

Emma Norris is a senior paralegal at Slingsby Partners LLP. Emma joined the formalities team just over a year ago, having worked in the profession for over 20 years. She has experience of working in both industry and private practice and has gained a wealth of experience is supporting direct clients with all their patent requirements.