Upcoming Webinar | 26 October and 3 November 2021

We live and work in a high tech globally interconnected world, in which digital technologies are provided and accessed across national borders, involve multiple parties and increasingly are conducted in the cloud aka “distributed usage”. This leads to complex legal questions when allegations of patent infringement are raised in respect of the provision and accessing of digital technologies.

  • Where and by whom are the technologies being performed?
  • Where is the output of the technology being accessed?
  • What does this mean for where you seek to commence patent enforcement proceedings?
  • How can you lawfully investigate whether there has been an actionable patent infringement?
  • Where is the evidence located that you will need to determine whether you have an actionable case or to prove patent infringement once an action has been commenced?

Our global team of patent experts will explore these complex multi-jurisdictional issues in a two-part series of webinars, bringing to bear their deep knowledge of their countries’ patent laws and their experience of collaborating with their global colleagues on complex multijurisdictional patent cases.

 To know more about the event – including registration details – visit:  Patent Litigation Strategies in the Digital Technology Era | Insight | Baker McKenzie

Author

Helen McPherson is a partner in Baker McKenzie's office in Sydney. Helen has 20 years' experience as an intellectual property litigation and dispute resolution specialist, advising on all types of intellectual property including patents, trademarks, plant variety rights, copyright, moral rights and confidential information. Helen also has extensive experience advising clients on consumer law issues and disputes, in particular in the area of misleading and deceptive conduct disputes between competitors and with regulators and industry bodies arising from marketing and advertising campaigns.

Author

Mackenzie Martin is a partner in Baker McKenzie's office in Dallas. Mackenzie leads the Firm's Global Patent Prosecution Practice and is a member of the Firm's North American Intellectual Property & Technology Steering Committee. She focuses on intellectual property litigation, counseling, licensing and portfolio strategy matters. She has significant experience in patent and trade secret litigation actions in federal district courts, before the US International Trade Commission, and before the United States Patent and Trademark Office Patent Trial and Appeal Board.

Author

Alexander Ritter is a Partner in the Intellectual Property group in Baker McKenzie's Munich office. Prior to joining Baker McKenzie, Alexander worked for a renowned German patent litigation firm. Having graduated with a degree in computer science as well as in law, his technical background allows him to advise clients on matters involving patent infringement and validity. He represents clients before the German infringement courts, the German Federal Patent Court, and the German and European patent offices.