Summer Intensive Course

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2017

The Graduate School of IP offers Summer Intensive Course described below. This course is held during the school's summer vacation. This course is provided in English from August 28 to September 1, 2017. Lectures in the Course are delivered by IP specialists such as patent attorneys and attorneys at law in the USA and Japan. This course is open to foreign university students under MOUs as well as OIT Graduate School of IP students. This course is also provided to parttime students on an enrollment basis with tuition requiring registration for July 21 through August 1, 2017.

Advanced Study of Comparative Intellectual Property Law

This subject includes: Introduction to US Judicial System and Litigation, Introduction to US Patent System, US Patent Case Law, International IP License, IP Law Systems in Japan, and more.

Advanced Study of Comparative Intellectual Property Laws

Date : 2017/8/28 Mon - 2017/9/1 Fri

Schedule

Introduction to Comparative Intellectual Property Law
Date School Hour Subject Lecturer
8/28
Mon
13:00-13:50 Opening Remarks and Guidance
14:00-17:00 Introduction to US Judicial System and Litigation Naoki YOSHIDA
(Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
17:30-19:30 Welcome Party
8/29
Tue
9:30-10:50 IP Strategy of Enterprises Koji NISHII
(Professor of OIT)
11:00-12:30 Introduction to Patent System of Japan Jun SUGIURA
(Professor of OIT)
14:00-17:00 U.S. Patent Law Reform TBA
8/30
Wed
9:30-17:00 Visits and discussions with enterprises Professors of OIT
8/31
Thu
9:30-12:30 Practical Tips for drafting and negotiating International License Agreement Yukihiro TERASAWA (Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
14:00-17:00 Introduction to US Patent System Hiroyuki HAGIWARA
(Patent Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
9/1
Fri
9:30-11:00 Practice on Patent Applications Shoichi OKUYAMA (Dr., Patent Attorney of Japan)
Kay KONISHI (Patent Attorney of Japan)
Practical Training on Drafting Patent Claims (with Mixed Teams)
13:30-17:00 English Presentation Competition
Graduate students will make presentations on intellectual property issues and discuss with professors and other students.
17:00-18:30 Special Lecture Kazuo TANAMI
(Pofessor emeritus, OIT)
18:30-20:30 Summer Course Completion Ceremony
and Farewell Party
9/2
Sat
Full Day Excursion OIT Students

History

2016

Advanced Study of Comparative Intellectual Property Law

This subject includes: Introduction to US Judicial System and Litigation, Introduction to US Patent System, US Patent Case Law, International IP License, IP Law Systems in East Asia, and more.

Advanced Study of Comparative Intellectual Property Laws

Date : 2016/8/29 Mon - 2016/9/2 Fri

Schedule

Introduction to Comparative Intellectual Property Law
Date School Hour Subject Lecturer
8/29
Mon
13:00-13:50 Opening Remarks and Guidance
14:00-17:00 Introduction to US Judicial System and Litigation Naoki YOSHIDA
(Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
The judicial system and litigation in US will be broadly explained. Many differences from our system, for example, the basis for tribunal decision including equity and common law, case law and jury system will be clarified.
18:00-20:00 Welcome Party
8/30
Tue
9:30-12:30 Introduction to US Patent System Hiroyuki HAGIWARA
(Patent Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
The US patent requirements, namely patentability novelty, unobviousness, disclosure, and best mode, will be given, and infringement and fraud will be referred to.
14:00-17:00 U.S. Patent Law Reform (AIA) – Four Years Later Barry E. BRETSCHNEIDER
(U.S. Attorney)
Recent reforms of U.S. patent law in detail will be explained.
8/31
Wed
9:30-17:00 Visit in Osaka (The Entrepreneurial Museum of Challenge and Innovation, etc.) Professors of OIT
9/1
Thu
9:30-12:30 Practical Tips for drafting and negotiating International License Agreement Yukihiro TERASAWA (Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
International IP License including non-typical IPRs i.e. trade secret, digital contents etc. will be discussed.
14:00-17:00 Outlines of Trademark Law in Japan Akihiro KOBAYASHI
(Dean of IP Graduate School of OIT)
Intellectual property law systems of Japan in general will be introduced.
IPR Strategy at Digital Era - Innovation and IPR Strategy Masahiro HASHIMOTO
(Professor of Tokyo Institute of Technology)
IP strategies appropriate for the digital era will be discussed.
9/2
Fri
9:30-11:00 Priority Initiatives in Asia promoted by WIPO and Japan's Contribution Fumio ENOMOTO
(Program Officer, Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific, Development Sector, WIPO)
12:30-17:00 English Presentation Competition Professors of OIT
Graduate students will make presentations on intellectual property issues and discuss with professors and other students.
17:00-18:30 Quasi Equilibrium Patent Strategy - Why non-use patent is useful - Tadashi ISHII
(Pofessor emeritus, OIT)
18:30-20:30 Summer Course Completion Ceremony
and Farewell Party
9/5
Sat
Full Day Excursion OIT Students

2015

Advanced Study of Comparative Intellectual Property Law

This subject includes: Introduction to US Judicial System and Litigation, Introduction to US Patent System, US Patent Case Law, International IP License, IP Law Systems in East Asia, and more.

Advanced Study of Comparative Intellectual Property Laws

Date : 2015/8/31 Mon - 2015/9/4 Fri

Schedule

Introduction to Comparative Intellectual Property Law
Date School Hour Subject Lecturer
8/31
Mon
13:00-13:50 Opening Remarks and Guidance
14:00-17:00 Introduction to US Judicial System and Litigation Naoki YOSHIDA
(Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
The judicial system and litigation in US will be broadly explained. Many differences from our system, for example, the basis for tribunal decision including equity and common law, case law and jury system will be clarified.
18:00-20:00 Welcome Party
9/1
Tue
9:30-12:30 Introduction to US Patent System Hiroyuki HAGIWARA
(Patent Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
The US patent requirements, namely patentability novelty, unobviousness, disclosure, and best mode, will be given, and infringement and fraud will be referred to.
14:00-17:00 US Patent Case Law Robert Hollingshead
(U.S. Attorney)
The details of the important cases in US patent law will be explained in detail.
9/2
Wed
9:30-17:00 Visit in Osaka (Fukami Patent Office etc. ) Professors of OIT
9/3
Thu
9:30-12:30 International IP License Yukihiro TERASAWA (Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
International IP License including non-typical IPRs i.e. trade secret, digital contents etc. will be discussed.
14:00-17:10 Intellectual Property Law Systems of Japan and Taiwan Akihiro Kobayashi
(Dean of IP Graduate School of OIT)

Jason Tien Chou (Professor of National Kaohsiung First University of Science & Technology)
Intellectual property law systems of Japan and Taiwan in general will be introduced.
9/4
Fri
10:00-11:30 Small Group Meeting Professors of OIT
12:30-17:00 English Presentation Competition Professors of OIT
Graduate students will make presentations on intellectual property issues and discuss with professors and other students.
17:00-18:30 The Patent System in the History of Technology Tadashi ISHII
(Pofessor emeritus, OIT)
The World Patent System will be analyzed from the viewpoint of the history of technology. Other related issues will be given.
18:30-20:30 Summer Course Completion Ceremony
and Farewell Party
9/5
Sat
Full Day Excursion OIT Students

2014

Advanced Study of Comparative Intellectual Property Law

This subject includes: Introduction to US Judicial System and Litigation, Introduction to US Patent System, US Patent Case Law, International IP License, and more.

Advanced Study of Comparative Intellectual Property Laws

Date : 2014/9/1 Mon - 2014/9/5 Fri

Schedule

Introduction to Comparative Intellectual Property Law
Date School Hour Subject Lecturer
9/1
Mon
13:00-13:50 Opening Remarks and Guidance
14:00-17:00 Introduction to US Judicial System and Litigation Naoki YOSHIDA
(Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
The judicial system and litigation in US will be broadly explained. Many differences from our system, for example, the basis for tribunal decision including equity and common law, case law and jury system will be clarified.
18:00-20:00 Welcome Party
9/2
Tue
9:30-12:30 Introduction to US Patent System Hiroyuki HAGIWARA
(Patent Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
The US patent requirements, namely patentability novelty, unobviousness, disclosure, and best mode, will be given, and infringement and fraud will be referred to.
14:00-17:00 US Patent Case Law Robert Hollingshead
(U.S. Attorney)
The details of the important cases in US patent law will be explained in detail.
9/3
Wed
9:30-17:00 Visit in Osaka (Fukami Patent Office etc. ) Professors of OIT
9/4
Thu
9:30-12:30 International IP License Yukihiro TERASAWA (Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
International IP License including non-typical IPRs i.e. trade secret, digital contents etc. will be discussed.
14:00-17:00 US Patent Law Reform Barry Bretschneider
(U.S. Attorney)
US Patent Law was reformed drastically. The details of the reform will be clarified.
9/5
Fri
12:30-17:00 English Presentation Competition Professors of OIT
Students will make presentations on intellectual property issues and discuss with professors and other students.
17:00-18:30 The Patent System in the History of Technology Tadashi ISHII
(Pofessor emeritus, OIT)
The World Patent System will be analyzed from the viewpoint of the history of technology. Other related issues will be given.
18:30-20:30 Summer Course Completion Ceremony
and Farewell Party
9/6
Sat
Full Day Excursion OIT Students

2013

Introduction to Comparative Intellectual Property Law

This subject includes: Introduction to Comparative Intellectual Property Law, Comparative Patent Practice, Introduction to European Patent System and German Patent System, and more.

Advanced Study of Comparative Intellectual Property Law

This subject includes: Introduction to US Judicial System and Litigation, Introduction to US Patent System, US Patent Case Law, International IP License, and more.

Date/Venue

Introduction to Comparative Intellectual Property Law

Date : 2013/8/8 Thu - 2013/8/11 Sun
Venue : OIT Campus at Omiya 1st-Bldg 8F Information Room 2

Advanced Study of Comparative Intellectual Property Laws

Date : 2013/9/2 Mon - 2013/9/6 Fri
Venue : OIT Campus at Omiya 1st-Bldg 8F Information Room 2

Schedule

Introduction to Comparative Intellectual Property Law
Date School Hour Subject Lecturer
8/8 Thu 11:00-12:30 Introduction to
Comparative Law
 
14:00-17:00 Database of
Foreign Law
 
8/9 Fri 9:30-12:30 Comparative
Patent System
Takamitsu SHIGETOMI
(Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
14:00-17:00 Comparative
Patent Practice
David Albagli
(U.S. Attorney)
8/10 Sat 9:30-12:30 European
Patent System
Masahiro TAGUCHI
(JPO Officer)
14:00-17:00 German
Patent System
Felix R. Einsel
(Patent Attorney)
8/11 Sun 9:30-12:30 US Copyright Law Ryoko ISEKI
(Professor, Doshisha Univ.)
14:00-17:00 US Trademark Law
and Practice
Hiromichi AOKI
(Patent Attorney)

Lectures will be provided in Japanese

Advanced Study of Comparative Intellectual Property Laws
Date School Hour Subject Lecturer
9/2 Mon 17:30-18:00 Opening Remarks and Guidance
18:00-20:00 Welcome Party
9/3 Tue 9:30-12:30 Introduction to US Judicial System and Litigation Naoki YOSHIDA (Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
Judicial system and litigation in US will be broadly explained. Difference from our system especially tribunal basis including equity and common law, case law, jury system will be clarified.
14:00-17:00 Introduction to US Patent System Hiroyuki HAGIWARA
(Patent Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
Basic of US patent requirements, namely patentability novelty, un-obviousness, disclosure, and best mode, will be given. Infringement and fraud will be referred to.
9/4 Wed 9:00-12:00 US Patent Law Reform Barry Bretschneider
(U.S. Attorney)
US Patent Law will be reformed drastically. The details of the reform will be clarified.
12:00-17:00 Visit in Osaka
(Fukami Patent Office etc. )
Professors of OIT
9/5 Thu 9:30-12:30 US Patent Case Law Robert Hollingshead
(U.S. Attorney)
Case law referred to at "Introduction to US Patent System" will be explained in detail.
14:00-17:00 International IP License Yukihiro TERASAWA
(Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
International IP License including non-typical IPRs i.e. trade secret, digital contents etc. will be discussed.
9/6 Fri 12:30-17:00 Group Discussion Professors of OIT
Students will make presentations on intellectual property issues and discuss with professors and other students.
17:00-18:30 The Patent System in the History of Technology Tadashi ISHII
(Pofessor emeritus, OIT)
This is the special keynote speech of the OIT Summer Intensive Course. The World Patent System will be analyzed from the viewpoint of the history of technology and current challenge against world patent system will be clarified. Further some solution thereto will be given.
18:30-20:30 Summer Course Completion Ceremony
and Farewell Party

Lectures will be provided in English

2012

Date/Venue

Date : 2012/8/27 Mon - 2012/9/5 Wed
Venue : OIT Campus at Omiya 1st-Bldg 8F:Information Room 1

Advanced Study of the United States Intellectual Property System

This subject includes: Introduction to the US Patent System, US First-to-Invent System, Introduction to US Judicial System and Litigation, US Patent Case Law, Trademark and its Practice, Trade Secret Law in the US, Copyright Law in the US, and Claim Drafting.

Advanced Study of Comparative Patent Laws

This subject includes: Extent of Patent Protection Comparative Law Analysis, World-Wide IP Enforcement and Licensing, Introduction to European Patent System, Patent Litigation in Germany, Community TM and Community Design, Challenges of the World Patent System, Harmonization of Patent Laws and Recent International Developments in the Field of Patents, and International IP License.

Schedule

Advanced Study of United States Intellectual Property System
Date School Hour Subject Lecturer
8/27 Mon 15:00-16:00 Opening Remark
16:10-17:40 The Patent System
in the History of Technology
Tadashi ISHII
(Professor emeritus, OIT)
This is the special keynote speech of the OIT Summer Intensive Course. The World Patent System will be analyzed from the viewpoint of the history of technology and current challenge against world patent system will be clarified. Further some solution thereto will be given.
18:00-20:00 Welcome Party
8/28 Tue 9:30-12:30 Introduction to
US Patent System
Hiroyuki HAGIWARA
(Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
Basic of US patent requirements, namely patentability novelty, un-obviousness, disclosure, and best mode, will be given. Infringement and fraud will be referred to.
8/29 Wec 9:30-12:30 US Patent law Reform Barry Bretschneider
(U.S. Attorney)
US Patent Law will be reformed drastically. The details of the reform will be clarified.
8/30 Thu Full day Visit to the Fukami Patent Office in Osaka etc.
8/31Fri 9:30-12:30 Introduction to US Judicial System and Litigation Naoki YOSHIDA
(Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
Judicial system and litigation in US will be broadly explained. Difference from our system especially tribunal basis including equity and
common law, case law, jury system will be clarified.
9/1 Sat 9:30-12:30 US Patent Case Law Robert Hollingshead
(U.S. Attorney)
Case law referred to at "Introduction to US Patent System" will be explained in detail.
9/2 Sun Full day Day off
9/3 Mon 9:30-12:30 Copyright Law in US
(in Japanese)
Ryoko ISEKI
(Professor, Doshisha Univ.)
Introduction to Copyright Law will be given including subject matter of protection, content of the right, exemption of right, infringement etc.
(Preparation for group discussion)
9/4 Tue 9:30-12:30 Trademark and its Practice Hiromichi AOKI
(Patent Attorney)
Characteristics including first-to-use doctrine, protection by common law etc. will be clarified. Lanham Act, kind of trade marks, infringement and dilution will be explained too.
9/5 Wed 13:00-17:30 Group Discussion
Students will make presentations on intellectual property issues and discuss with professors and other students.
18:00-20:00 Summer Course Completion Ceremony and Farewell Party
Advanced Study of Comparative Patent Laws
Date School Hour Subject Lecturer
8/27 Mon 15:00-16:00 Opening Remark
16:10-17:40 The Patent System in the History of Technology Tadashi ISHII
(Pofessor emeritus, OIT)
This is the special keynote speech of the OIT Summer Intensive Course. The World Patent System will be analyzed from the viewpoint of the history of technology and current challenge against world patent system will be clarified. Further some solution thereto will be given.
18:00-20:00 Welcome Party
8/28 Tue 14:00-17:00 Introduction to Comparative Patent Laws Takamitsu SHIGETOMI
(Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
This lecture will clarify the different interpretation of scope of patent protection among US, EPC member countries and Japan.
8/29 Wed 14:00-17:00 World-Wide IP Enforcement and Licensing Barry Bretschneider
(U.S. Attorney)
IP Enforcement and Licensing will be compared with different countries' system based on concrete examples.
8/30 Thu Full day Visit to the Fukami Patent Office in Osaka etc.
8/31 Fri 14:00-17:00 Introduction to European Patent System Masahiro TAGUCHI
(JPO Officer)
Basic knowledge of patent system in Europe will be given, especially multiplex framework composed of domestic patent, regional patent and PCT.
9/1 Sat 14:00-17:00 Patent Litigation in Germany
(in Japanese)
Felix R. Einsel
(Patent Attorney)
Patent Litigation in Germany will be compared with US or Japan and difference therebetween will be clarified.
(Preparation for group discussion)
9/2 Sun Full day Day off
9/3 Sat 14:00-17:00 Claim Drafting David Albagli
(U.S. Attorney)
Basic rules of Japan and US Patent Claim drafting will be given with the concrete examples.
9/4 Tue 14:00-17:00 International IP License Yukihiro TERASAWA
(Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
International IP License including non-typical IPRs i.e. trade secret, digital contents etc. will be discussed.
9/5 Wed 13:00-17:30 Group Discussion
Students will make presentations on intellectual property issues and discuss with professors and other students.
18:00-20:00 Summer Course Completion Ceremony and Farewell Party