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Presentations: Intellectual Property Nov 2014

On 25th November 2014, IRDG hosted an Intellectual Property in your Business seminar.  It was attended by over 100 guests and we had excellent presentations and panel discussion involving a range of speakers.  Copies of the presentations are available for members only on the following links.

Patricia McGovern, DFMG Solicitors
How to recognise & manage IP arising from your Research & Innovation
Paper: IRDG Lecture

Peter Vale, Grant Thornton
Taxation and Budget 2015: Intangible Assets & the Knowledge Box

John …

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Intellectual Property Workshop

Join IRDG’s workshop on Intellectual Property in Citywest Hotel, Dublin on Tuesday 27th January 2015 (9.00am to 4.30pm).  The workshop will be facilitated by Dr. John P. Mc Manus, IP Specialist (profile below).

An early bird rate is available until December 19th 2014 – booking window at the bottom of this page.

With an ever increasing focus on innovation as a driver of business success, many companies are adopting an open innovation approach to their research and development activities by …

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Intellectual Property in your Business

Recognising and Maximising your Intellectual Property – Knowledge Box and Intangible Assets Taxation – Negotiating IP in Collaborative Research & Innovation – Knowledge Transfer Ireland (KTI)

Crowne Plaza Blanchardstown Hotel, Dublin
Tuesday 25th Nov – 9.30am to 1.30pm
(scroll down this blog post to book)

IRDG’s final seminar of 2014 will focus on Intellectual Property – a complex, yet highly significant topic in the area of Research & Innovation.  This half-day seminar will feature:

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Licensing Executives Society – IP Seminar

UNIFIED PATENT COURT –

TIME TO PROTECT IRISH BUSINESS

Presentation by
Michael Howard S.C.

Tuesday 1st October 2013, 8.30am – 10.00am

The seminar will take place in the Members Room of the Royal Irish Academy, 19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2

In February 2013, 25 Member States of the European Union (including Ireland) signed the Unified Patent Court Agreement under which it will be possible for patentees to obtain an EU wide patent known as the “Unitary Patent”. The new patent …

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