Extraterritorial Application for Network-Related Inventions in Japan

Extraterritorial Application for Network-Related Inventions in Japan

Date and Time: 6:00 p.m. (JST) on Wednesday, October 12, 2022.
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*The webinar is expected to consist of a 20 to 30-minute presentation and a 5 to 10-minute Q&A session.
*If you miss watching the live session, you will receive an on-demand recorded video link a day after the live session is over. Please still register with the registration form below.

Comments from Speaker:
In principle, direct infringement of a patented method requires a single actor to perform all of the steps of the patented method. However, in recent years, multiple computers on a network often work together to provide services. The questions arises as to whether infringement occurs when the method is performed by multiple agents, or an entity performing some of the steps is located overseas. Lately, the Japanese Intellectual Property High Court made a judgement in relation to extraterritorial application for a system invention, and it has been a hot topic. In this seminar, I will give you an overview of patent infringement by multiple participants and extraterritorial application in Japan.

Speaker: Yuki Tsukada, Patent Attorney

Webinar Tool: Zoom

Cost: Free

This webinar is aimed at providing IP information to our business partners and clients from overseas. Registration from persons who work for IP firms or law firms in Japan will not be approved as this may be deemed as a conflict of interest with our business.

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