07 - 08 April, 2020 | Stockholm, Sweden

Main Conference Day Two

9:00 - 9:15 Chairperson Opening Remarks and Recap of Day One

9:15 - 9:45 Non Practicing Entities – How to Protect Against Trolls

Lionel Thoumyre - EMEA Director, Public Policy in IP & Innovation, Intel Corporation
IP Trolls pose a considerable threat, as companies are burdened with expensive and potentially
protracted legal battles
Understanding how these entities operate, and how to counteract them
What can you do to ensure patent trolls cannot attempt to encroach upon innovation?
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Lionel Thoumyre

EMEA Director, Public Policy in IP & Innovation
Intel Corporation

Securing patent protection can often become an expensive and protracted process
There exists a number of alternative methods to protect your IP, including Trade Secrets,
Copyrighting and Trademarking IP, among others
How can you know which is the best option for your business, and how can you ensure
your IP is sufficiently protected?
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Dr Corinna Sundermann

Senior Vice President, Intellectual Property
Fresenius Kabi GmbH

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Erik Pastink

Senior Legal Attorney
Philips Intellectual Property and Standards

10:30 - 11:00 Smart IP Strategies for a Contentious World

Ravi Srinivasan - Partner, JA Kemp
Low-cost ways to interfere with competitors’ patent rights
Innovative strategies for developing a patent estate as timelines tighten
Priority matters: getting chain of title issues reliably correct
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Ravi Srinivasan

Partner
JA Kemp

11:00 - 11:30 Morning Break

IP Trolls pose a considerable threat, as companies are burdened with expensive and potentially
protracted legal battles
Understanding how these entities operate, and how to counteract them
What can you do to ensure patent trolls cannot attempt to encroach upon innovation?

11:30 - 12:00 Open Standards and FRAND Licensing

Peter Ericsson-Nestler - Director, IPR Defensive Strategies, Ericsson
Using Open Standards and FRAND Licensing everyone wins!
What are standards and FRAND?
The example of mobile communications as a success story.
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Peter Ericsson-Nestler

Director, IPR Defensive Strategies
Ericsson

12:00 - 12:30 Chinese IP & Litigation Trends – An Update of Developments

Olivia Becker - Director, Ocean Tomo International
The Nordic region has invested heavily in the Chinese market, including outsourcing technology and manufacturing
with an increasing number of infringements within this sector, how best can IP portfolios be protected when
entering the market
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Olivia Becker

Director
Ocean Tomo International

12:30 - 13:30 Lunch Break


13:30 - 14:00 Use of PPH Process to Accelerate Prosecution and Reduce Costs

The Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) is designed to help reduce the time during patent applications
using positive examinations from other patent offices
How can this be of benefit to industry looking to ensure protection is secured faster?
What are the advantages PPH offers when looking to reduce costs?

14:00 - 14:30 Strategising Approaches to IP Licensing

Marie Tenning - Director of Patent Law, McNeil AB
Licensing your IP is a key means of ensuring continued commercial viability of a portfolio
What are the challenges when looking to license a patent globally?
How can you prepare your IP portfolio, prior to the licensing stage, to ensure you are prepared
to handle the international challenge?
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Marie Tenning

Director of Patent Law
McNeil AB

10:30 - 11:00 Making IP Work - Delivering core business objectives through effective IP Strategy

Nick Wallin - Head of Electronics, Computing, and Physics Group, Withers & Rogers

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Nick Wallin

Head of Electronics, Computing, and Physics Group
Withers & Rogers

14:30 - 15:30 Industry Focus Groups

In this interactive session, you will have the opportunity to deep-dive in to one specific topic, joining your peers
in discussing challenges, developing strategy and sharing your thoughts with like-minded professionals.

15:30 - 16:00 Afternoon Break


9:15 - 9:45 IP Portfolio Rationalisation:

Alice Hume - Global Head of IP, Qlik
In todays world, IP portfolios are expected to reconcile a number of contradicting factors taking the time to assess
and rationalise your approach to portfolios, including identifying gaps in protection and the ongoing cost of
maintain IP rights is extremely beneficial. How can rationalising a portfolio minimise cost, whilst helping to
reduce costs?
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Alice Hume

Global Head of IP
Qlik

16:30 - 17:00 Summary Session

An opportunity to wind-down, reflect on learnings, create next-steps and follow up activities and consolidate
learnings throughout the last two days.
Facilitated by the chairperson, this session will look at the tangible takeaways from today and the previous
day, and call on your input to help form the basis for the post event report, to be shared with all attendees
following the conference.

17:00 - 17:30 Chairperson Closing Remarks and End of Nordic IPR Summit 2019