Intellectual Property Management. A Guide for Scientists, Engineers, Financiers, and Managers

  • ID: 2179645
  • Book
  • 188 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This concise introduction to patent law and strategy combines legal, scientific and economic perspectives to provide a thorough foundation in the subject. The result is a set of guiding principles that allow readers to develop a holistic patent strategy aligned with their needs, and those of both fledgling and established companies.

Written by experts with up–to–date and first–hand knowledge in the field, this book takes a global view, with particular emphasis on recent modifications to European Law and the particularities of US Law.

It is recommended as first reading for scientists, managers and financiers, as well as providing patent agents and advisors with a balanced commercial perspective.
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The Economic Objectives of Protection



Trademarks and Designs


Starting up and Financing Your Venture

The Importance of Business Structures
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Claas Junghans studied chemistry at the Technical University of Berlin, Germany, and completed his Ph.D. in molecular biology at the Free University of Berlin. He obtained additional qualifications in economics from Hagen Open University and a degree (Magister) in corporate legal protection from Humboldt University, Berlin. From 1997 to 2003, he served as Chief Operational Officer of Mologen AG, responsible for intellectual property protection and corporate strategy. He has obtained the qualification as European Patent Attorney and is currently independent partner of several businesses.

Adam Levy has a Natural Sciences degree from Cambridge University and an MBA from INSEAD, Paris, and has held senior management positions in several biotechnology companies.
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