Questel and Darts-ip webinar: “Accelerate and Improve Your ‘Freedom to Operate’ Analysis”
What steps should be taken when conducting a Freedom to Operate (FTO) search?
What information helps you formulate an effective search strategy?
This webinar covers some of the strategies that have been used by IP professionals who are tasked with evaluating the potential risk of patent infringement at various stages of product development, from R&D to commercialization.
The webinar will cover these topics for an effective FTO search:
– How to develop your strategy
– How an analytical tool can improve your search
– How accurate and up-to-date information is critical to your search
Melissa Schneider, Head of US, Darts-ip
Sean Augustine, Director of Patent Research, Questel
Recording link and presentation material will be shared to all registrants after the event.
REGISTER NOW: http://go.questel.com/fto-webinar
See you at the webinar!
ABOUT QUESTEL (www.questel.com)
Questel is a worldwide leading provider of intellectual property solutions. We offer a comprehensive software suite for searching, analyzing and managing IP. Questel assists its clients throughout the IP lifecycle offering prior-art searches, patent drafting, international filing, translations, and support during licensing negotiations and litigations. These services, when combined with our IP cost management solution, provide clients savings of 30-60% across their entire prosecution process. Established in 1978, Questel is present in over 30 countries and provides a true one-stop shop for all your IP needs.
ABOUT DARTS-IP (www.darts-ip.com)
Our mission at Darts-ip is to help legal and business professionals achieve more with intellectual property cases. In a globalized and digitalized world, we thought it was crazy how much effort was needed to find relevant cases, how inaccessible certain information was and how hard it was to get a global high level overview. Previously only a fraction of the valuable information contained in cases had been used and had only been used in a very limited way.