AIPPI: Patents for computer-implemented simulations – Rapid Response to G1/19
Partner, Pawel Piotrowicz is presenting as part of AIPPI‘s webinar on 1 April 2021, ‘Patents for computer-implemented simulations – Rapid Response to G1/19’.
The EPO’s Enlarged Board of Appeal recently handed down its decision in the referral case G1/19 concerning the patentability of computer implemented simulations. Pawel, who has been involved with the case from the very beginning will be joined by Sam Jones (Gill Jennings & Every LLP) to speak about the case. Pawel was the European patent attorney for the appellant in the case, and has unparalleled insights on the decision. Sam is a partner at GJE specialising in computer implemented inventions and will provide some perspectives on the practical consequences for patent practitioners involved with software inventions at the EPO.
For more information and to register to attend, click here.
Pawel is a European and Chartered Patent Attorney in our Electronics, Software and Communications team. He has industry experience having previously worked as a researcher for a major multinational electronics company developing memory devices. He represents a wide variety of clients in the high technology sector including a significant number of private inventors and start-up companies and clients located in the UK, Europe, Japan and the US and large multinational companies.