This FREE MasterClass is organized by Kass International Sdn Bhd & FounderMethod
Academic Publication of Research Results – Not Good Enough for a Patent Description
MasterClass by P. Kandiah
This Online Master Class is suitable for
- researchers and lecturers of universities
- those who works in research-based institutions & organization
Find out why even a good article in a well peer-reviewed academic journal is not good enough for a patent description. What information needs to be included in a patent description to secure a strong patent?
For those in universities and research-based organizations who’ve always wondered how and why information in academic publications differs from patent descriptions, this online master class is for you.
DURING THIS FREE WEBINAR YOU WILL LEARN:
The difference between information in an academic journal and in a patent description – why articles in academic journals are not sufficient
What kind of information is needed in a patent description to secure a strong patent
Host: Evanna Phoon
(Founder of www.FounderMethod.com)
Speaker: P. Kandiah
Founder & Director of KASS International
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Speaker Profile: P. Kandiah
Mr. Kandiah has vast experience in assisting local and international clients in obtaining patents, trademarks and industrial design rights on a global scale, having done so since 1987, and also specializes in identifying attainable inventions, designing around patented technology, creating new products together with clients, and advising on the commercialization of IP Rights, franchising and licensing strategies.
Mr. Kandiah was counsel in several landmark cases on IP law in Malaysia and has presented numerous papers at IP and technology conferences in Malaysia and overseas. He is a Past President of the Malaysian Intellectual Property Association (MIPA) and the Malaysian chapter of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI) and was previously Hon. Secretary of Licensing Executives Society of Malaysia.
As a resource person for the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), he has been invited to share his expertise on the IP system in South East Asia in countries such as Mongolia, Myanmar, and Bangladesh (for which he was also engaged to draft the Regulations to the Trademark Act 2009).
He has been identified as one of Asia’s leading business lawyers by the Asialaw Leading Lawyers Survey. To this day, he continues to play an active role as an advisor on legal battles on IP rights.