Learn about how to navigate patent risk and protect your revenue model during this webinar
A robust intellectual Property (IP) strategy is a critical component of medical device development and commercialization. Any innovation that merits the significant investment required to bring a medical device to market also merits a thoughtful approach to navigate patent infringement risk, or freedom-to-operate (FTO), and to ensure meaningful patent protection is secured.
During this webinar, you will learn about how recent developments in patent law affect FTO assessments, including when and why such FTO assessments should be done. In addition, we will also explore when and how medical device companies can secure patent coverage in view of the current state of patent law while taking into account expected revenue models and the regulatory pathways your company is pursuing. Practically, this guidance can be used to benchmark product development milestones, prepare for investor or strategic partner due diligence and provide a more meaningful picture of the competitive landscape for your product.
Principal and Chair of the Intellectual Property Practice Group, Offit Kurman
Gregory Grissett is a medical device patent strategist and helps medical device enterprises protect their innovations, minimize intellectual property (IP) related risk, enforce patents, and defend against patent assertions. Mr. Grissett does this primarily through patent preparation and procurement, post-grant proceedings (IPR, ex parte reexaminations), patent litigation, and various types of patent analysis. In addition, Mr. Grissett routinely advises companies on technology transactions through drafting and negotiating joint development agreements, software development and service agreements, and licenses for all forms of IP. Mr. Grissett has significant experience assisting businesses with IP related to cardiovascular devices, orthopedics (ACL repair and reconstruction), catheters, heart valves, collagen implants, biologics, sutures & suture deployment instruments, robotics, embedded IoT medical devices, SaMD (software as a medical device), and diagnostics.
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