PIUG 2013 Annual Conference
An International Conference for Patent Information Professionals
Celebrating our Past 25 Years... Preparing for Our Future:
Best Practices for Keeping Up with the Rapidly Changing Patent Landscape
PIUG 2013 Annual Conference Presentations – April 2013
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Abstracts, author biographies, and the full program are available on the Final Program page.
PIUG 2013 Annual Business Meeting presentation
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Patent Office Workshops
AIA Workshop by the USPTO: First Inventor to File Final Rules and Guidelines, Kathleen Kahler Fonda Senior Legal Advisor USPTO Office of Patent Legal Administration
The CPC Browser in Espacenet and USPTO's ExperienceNigel Clarke, European Patent Office
, Christopher Kim, USPTO, and Pierre Held, European Patent Office
Monday, April 29, 2013
Welcome, Susanne Hantos, PIUG Chair, Davies Collison Cave
Keynote Presentation: "The USPTO: Transformation and Engagement", Teresa Stanek Rea, Acting Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Acting Director of the USPTO
Case Study: Using Multiple Online and Single Country Legal Status Databases to Resolve Licensing Fee Issues, Carol E. Bachmann, 3M
Patent Informatics in a Filter Bubble Age, Kristine Atkinson, A-A Patent Investigations
Into the Future Together: The Challenges for Providers and Users of Patent Information in Today's Fast-moving World and How to Meet Them., Cynthia Murphy, Thomson Reuters
Overcoming the language barrier – The EPO's Patent Translate service, Richard Flammer, EPO
Understanding Machine Translation and the Challenge of Patents, John Tinsley, IP Translator
Debabelizing the Portfolio: Embedding Patent Analysis in Your Patent Portfolio Processes, Mark Stignani, Schwegman, Lundberg & Woessner, P.A.
Updating our Patent Search and Analysis Tools: a Multi-year, Cross-divisional Endeavor at Corning Incorporated, David Weber, Corning Incorporated
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Historical Impact of Major Patent Authorities on Chemical Information in CAS REGISTRY and CAplus – A 20-Year Examination, Matt McBride, Science IP (Presentation not available at speaker request.)
Understanding And Locating Extended Patent Terms For Pharmaceuticals, Natalie Pilote, Novartis
Global Pharmaceutical Innovation: Using Patents to Track the Past and Predict the Future, Yali Friedman, ThinkBiotech
Leveraging Text Analytics Tool in Patent Analysis to Empower Business Decisions – A Patent Landscape Project Using I2E for Kinase Assay Technology Platform Analysis, Yun Yun Yang, Bristol-Myers Squibb
Duck Season. Rabbit Season. Chemistry Search. Biology Search., Kim Miller, Novartis
Applications of Data Cleaning in Patent Analytics, Matthew Luby, Landon IP
What to Look for When Using US Public PAIR, Anthony Trippe, Patinformatics LLC
There's a New U.S. Patent and Trademark Data Host in Town!, Dave Abbott, Reed Technology and Information Services Inc.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Improving the Use of Patent Information – KIPO's IP Information Services, Hee-tae Kim, Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO)
CPC Workshop by USPTO and EPO, Christopher Kim, USPTO, and Pierre Held, European Patent Office
Experience with the CPC Browser in Espacenet, Nigel Clarke, European Patent Office
Summarizing Sequence Results by Patent Family, John Willmore, Bizint
PatBase: Adding Value And Preserving Quality In A Global Patent Database, Elan Raday, Minesoft
Applying Landscaping Tools to Determine Competitive Opportunities, Miguel Iglesias and Joe Terlizzi, Questel
The New STN Platform: Revolutionizing Patent Searching for Professionals, TJ Bowen, STN
WIPO’s patent landscape project, Lutz Mailänder, WIPO
PATENTSCOPE & ePCT: WIPO’s flagship online patent systems, Iustin Diaconescu, WIPO
Patent Searching: A Game of Imperfect Information, Dominic DeMarco, DeMarco IP
Update on US Patent Law and Practice – Focus on Board Proceedings, Richard Neifeld, Neifeld IP Law, PC
US Patent Office Information Technology Developments, Marla Grossman, Coalition for Patent and Trademark Information Dissemination
Advances in Non-Patent Literature Searching: 25 Years of Information Distilled to 140 Characters, Ron Kaminecki
Closing Remarks, Susanne Hantos, PIUG Chair, Davies Collison Cave