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In recent case G 01/19 (Pedestrian Simulation), the Enlarged Board of Appeal of the EPO set out a comprehensive position on the patentability of simulations under the EPC. Since the patentability of simulations, which had generally been considered patentable with some caveats, is intertwined with the patentability of other computer-implemented inventions, this decision has wider consequences. This webinar will detail the approach of the EPO to computer-implemented inventions (including simulations) and consider what G 01/19 does (and does not) tell us about patentability of simulations and computer-implemented inventions in general. The webinar will also provide practical advice regarding the drafting and prosecution of applications directed to computer-implemented inventions in Europe in light of the decision.
This is a technical webinar aimed at attorneys and inventors involved in drafting and prosecution of European Patent Applications directed to computer-implemented inventions.