Lawctopus & NoticeBard’s 4-Hour Online Workshop on the Patent Agent Exam [Sat-Sun, Sep 26-27]: Register Now

Inventions! 

Who protections inventions?

Patent Agents do.

How does one become a patent agent?

By clearing the patent agent exam.

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This online workshop will tell you the career prospects as a patent agent and how to clear the patent agent examination.

About the facilitator:

nandini comar patent agentNandini Comar is B.Tech and LLB Hons. from Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law, IIT Kharagpur.

She is a registered Indian Patent Agent (IN- PA 3575) and is currently working in the field of patents and intellectual property management.

Session 1 (Saturday, September 26, 5 pm-7 pm):

1. Eligibility for the patent agents exam

2. Job opportunities for patent agents

3. The exact pattern of the patent agent exam

4. Best ways to prepare for each segment

5. Useful resources

6. Biggest mistakes that the aspirants make

7. Best tips

8. Introduction to NoticeBard and Lawctopus’ Online Course on Patent Agent Examination (15 minutes)

Session 2 (Sunday, September 27, 5 pm-7 pm):

1. Discussion on the patent agent exam 2018

2. Drafting tips for the exam

3. Tips on preparing for the viva

4. Tips on remembering the relevant section and rules

5. Revisiting some landmark judgments

6. More details on NoticeBard and Lawctopus’ Online Course on Patent Agent Examination (15 minutes)

7. Question and answer session

Fee breakup

Rs. 350 + 18% GST= Rs. 413

The fee is inclusive of both the sessions.

To register for the workshop and make the payment, please click here.

 

Note: Please note that those desirous of taking the Patent Agent Examination must hold a degree in science, technology, or engineering. Those who have done B.Sc and B. Tech LLB can be eligible.

The below table is via the Mondaq article here is useful.

PATENT AGENT PATENT ATTORNEY
Qualification
1. Must possess a degree in science, technology or engineering 1. Degree in science, technology or engineering not necessary
2. Degree in law is not required 2. Must have a degree in law
3. Must pass the Patent Agent Examination 3. Must be enrolled in any State Bar Council
Role
1. Patent Prosecution 1. Patent litigation
2. Practices before the Controller 2. Practices before the court

 

 

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