TLSC and Bryn Aarflot hereby invites you to our next breakfast meeting on October 10th!
IPR and life science: Safeguard your discoveries!
Do you want to know how to protect your intellectual property rights? Do you know how to keep your IPR safe?
Bryn Aarflot will take you through the steps you need to protect your IPR, with a focus on practical step-by-step guides. The seminar will give you the entire roadmap, from a fledgling startup up to and including your first international PCT application.
Futhermore, Kim Heglund, managing director at INHIBIO, will share experience with managing IPR and Jon Herman Ulvensøen will provide additional remarks about funding for Life Science startups.
The program is intended for Life Science Startups in their early phase – from their first ideas and with a focus on protection of Immaterial Property assets.
A follow-up seminar for more mature/established companies will be considered.
Welcome to this exciting seminar!
When: October 10th, 08:30-12:00
Location: Hagen 3, Oslo Science Park
|8:30-9:00||Registration and Coffee||Welcome!|
|9:00-9:10||Introduction and program||Arne Lund Kvernheim, Bryn Aarflot and Marius Øgaard, managing director, The Life Science Cluster|
|9:10-10:15||Roadmap to IPR part I
||Bryn Aarflot (BAA)|
|10:15-10:30||Presentation of INHIBIO and their experience with IPR||Kim Heglund, CEO, INHIBIO|
|10:30-11:00||Break – Coffee and snacks|
|11:00-11:40||Roadmap to IPR part II
||Bryn Aarflot (BAA)|
|11:40-12:00||Funding of startups||Jon Herman Ulvensøen, Ulvensøen Industrikonsulent|
|12:00-12:15||Discussions – Questions – Conclusions|
About Bryn Aarflot:
Bryn Aarflot was founded in 1947 and is one of Norway’s leading intellectual property firms. Our clients range from large international companies to individual entrepreneurs, representing all fields of business and industry. Bryn Aarflot offers a comprehensive range of IP services covering all areas of science, technology and IP related law, and provides technical and legal assistance at all levels in matters relating to patents, trademarks, design, licensing, copyright, domain names and unfair competition.
Bryn Aarflot Life Science Team: