Automotive Legal & Ip World Summit 2020

Automotive Legal & Ip World Summit 2020

Mr. Wiesner was also a panelist and discussed licensing for the Automotive Standards Essential Patent (SEP) with Nokia`s General Counsel Clemens Heusch (clearly one of the most competent and experienced patent attorneys in the wireless industry), Philipp Rastemborski, partner at Meissner Bolte, and Tim Pohlmann, founder of IPlytics. Continental driver Roderick McConnell had to cancel in the short term. Join us and prepare for tomorrow`s legal challenges, access brand new solutions and connect with your colleagues. The Auto IP & Legal World Summit is a unique event with a strong legacy and a strict focus on the challenges facing the automotive industry in the legal and intellectual property departments that the summit provides as a knowledge base for the automotive legal community. Our platform provides a comprehensive and comprehensive overview of legal innovation, innovation protection, intellectual property collaboration, trademark and trademark protection, and legal strategies. 3rd Annual Global Summit on Automotive Law and Intellectual Property march 10-11, 2020 | Radisson Blu Scandinavia, Düsseldorf, Germany Mr. Rastemborski, who appears to advise automakers (and his company does a lot of work for Deutsche Telekom, another major implementer), said unequivocally that the courts in Munich and Mannheim give a lot of weight to SEP holders. He said these courts are essentially saying they can`t really determine what the FRAND royalty is, so ultimately there`s pressure on implementers to reach an agreement with licensors — or they`ll face a preliminary injunction. Electric and connected technologies are causing major disruption in the automotive world, and it`s up to legal departments to keep up with the current pace, accelerate and protect innovation, collaborate, and manage intangible assets. Join over 120 attendees and 35 speakers for an unparalleled insight into the world of automotive legal and intellectual property challenges with companies such as: Volvo, FCA, Aptiv, Robert Bosch, ZF, Ferrari, Faurecia, CNH, Visteon, Renault-Nissan, Scania, Toyota, AImotive, CLARIOS, Cummins, Hyundai and many more! The 2nd Annual Summit on Automotive Legal and Intellectual Property Law (March 26-27) in Frankfurt am Main is a unique event focused on the challenges facing the automotive value chain in intellectual and legal property services. With innovative speeches, interactive sessions and innovative solution providers, the summit is proving to be an important knowledge base and networking event for the entire automotive law community.

Those responsible for implementing the network tried to influence future UPC jurisprudence nearly a decade ago, but their lobbying work focused on the UPC rules of procedure. It`s the UPC agreement that really matters. They missed the opportunity to influence that. I consider the efforts of this UPC industrial coalition to be about as misguided as the attempt to relax Germany`s patent injunction regime: more than eight months after the entry into force of a `reform law`, not a single case is known in which a German court has refused or significantly delayed the issuance of an injunction on the basis of a plea of disproportionality. > Events > 2nd Annual World Summit on Automotive Law and Intellectual Property Dr. Stephan Wolke studied physics, philosophy and macroeconomics at the University of Bonn and obtained his PhD in physics. He spent the first five years of his professional career at McKinsey & Company. After founding (and selling) two of his own companies, Stephan held various positions at Bayer AG and Danaher Corp. Event date 26.03.2019 – 27.03.2019 Location Leonardo Royal Hotel, Frankfurt am MainAdd to Google Calendar Add to Outlook Save calendar He joined ThyssenKrupp in 2011 and is responsible for intellectual property and services at group level (head of corporate intellectual property at ThyssenKrupp) and head of Board of Directors of ThyssenKrupp Intellectual Property GmbH.

He is 50 years old and the father of three sons. Contact us for more details and exclusive offers! T: +49 (0) 30 93 68 99 62E: This is my second article on what is happening today at the Auto IP & Legal World Summit in Frankfurt. The previous post summarized and commented on the opening speech of outgoing Volkswagen CEO Uwe Wiesner. You have successfully registered for this event. Thank you for your interest in the Automotive Legal & IP World Summit. Your data will be correctly sent to the organizer. On the most abstract level, the representative of the licensor Clemens Heusch and the representative of the licensee Uwe Wiesner agreed that their companies – both European – want the best for the European economy. It is also unfortunate that it is not surprising that they do not agree on much more.

And Mr Wiesner has said many times today – both in his speech and in the round table – that the real problem with the level of licence (components or final product) is the price. Leonardo Royal Hotel, | frankfurt am Main 26.03.2019 He said that the Düsseldorf court had previously taken a different approach, but that his requests for a preliminary ruling before the CJEU had been withdrawn because Nokia and Daimler had reached an agreement. According to Rastemborski, Düsseldorf “should have simply decided”. I disagree because German judges are not bound by precedents, not even in their own district or district. It is impossible that a Düsseldorf decision which, for example, led Nokia to refuse an injunction for its refusal to grant a licence to Daimler`s suppliers under certain conditions would have deterred the judges in Mannheim and Munich from doing anything. Nor do I agree with Mr. Rastemborsky that the European Commission has not yet adopted a sufficiently comprehensive position (which he expressed on whether the Commission should bless the licensing negotiating groups). The Commission defines markets as global where justified and is clearly aware of its influence on the world stage. For more information, please click on the link below: Ultimately, the price the parties agree on depends on leverage in litigation. In this respect, SEP holders have an advantage, especially if they can exert influence over those responsible for implementation in Germany. Therefore, I would not be surprised if Munich and Mannheim become the two most popular UPC sites of the first instance, at least at first.

Earlier this month, I explained that munich I Regional Court`s new approach – a pilot project for now – to identify a “major case” among a number of related SEP cases – offers SEP holders an even better way to maximise their royalty revenues if they are willing to take their time and opportunity. Our 3rd annual Automotive Legal & IP Global Summit will be the largest to date with 2 full days of interactive sessions, networking and learning opportunities. The report is extremely useful because it provides an overview of the different jurisdictions. The comparison tool is remarkable. Thank you for this incredible initiative. Mrs. V. Sewlal – Master of the North Gauteng High Court, Mr. Rastemborski, predicted that the Unified Patent Court (UPC), which is expected to start work in early 2023, is likely to create additional opportunities for patent holders to gain influence.

I agree with that prediction. Mr. Rastemborski specifically mentioned that the President of the 7th Civil Chamber of the Munich Court, Dr. Matthias Zigann, will work at the UPC, and stated that he and other German judges (he also mentioned Federal Judge Dr. Klaus Grabinski) would bring their well-known and pro-patent legal philosophy to the UPC.

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