Professor Shubha Ghosh Invited by the Japan Patent Office to Participate in Two Patent Workshops
Professor Shubha Ghosh, Director of the Syracuse Intellectual Property Law Institute, will participate in the workshops, “Research on Standard-Essential Patents and Patent Exhaustion”, being held January 31-February 1 by the Japan Patent Office. Ghosh will provide legal insight and perspectives to these timely patent issues.
In the Standard-Essential Patents (SEP) workshop, the program will include a report on the latest global trends in SEPs and a panel discussion on standard essential patents from various perspectives, in addition to the interim report of the results.
In the Patent Exhaustion workshop, the program will include a lecture on the state of Patent Exhaustion in the age of IoT and a panel discussion on the utilization of method patents in the change in industrial structure from "things" to "services", in addition to the interim report of the results.