Intellectual Property Studies (Summer Intensive)



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 22 to 26, 2022. 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 11 through 23, 2022.

Intellectual Property Studies (Summer Intensive)

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.

Intellectual Property Studies (Summer Intensive)

Date : 2022/8/23 Mon - 2022/8/26 Fri

Place: Omiya Campus, Osaka Institute of Technology
5-16-1 Omiya, Asahi-ku, Osaka, 535-8585 Japan
Access to Omiya Campus

Remote participation will be available.


Introduction to Comparative Intellectual Property Law
Date School Hour Subject Lecturer
8/22 (Mon) 12:40-13:40 Opening remarks, Guidance
13:40-17:10 Introduction to U.S. Judicial System and Litigation Naoki YOSHIDA
(Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
8/23 (Tue) 9:20-12:40 U.S. Patent System Hiroyuki Hagiwara
(U.S. Attorney)
13:40-17:10 U.S. Patent Case Practices David ALBAGLI
(Patent Attorney, U.S. Attorney)
8/24 (Wed) 9:00-12:00 Introduction to European IP System Toshiko TAKENAKA
(Professor of School of Law, Washington University)
14:00-17:00 Visits and Discussion with Enterprises (DAIKIN)
8/25 (Thu) 9:20-12:40 Practical Training on Drafting Patent Specifications Shoichi OKUYAMA (Dr., Patent Attorney of Japan)
13:40-17:10 Introduction to International IP Contracts Kiyohide OKAMOTO (Part-time Lecturer of OIT)
8/26 (Fri) 11:10-12:40 IP Strategies of Enterprises (Special Lecture) Kazuo TANAMI
(Professor Emeritus, OIT)
13:40-17:10 Intellectual Property System of Taiwan Chaoming CHEN
(CMC Intellectual Property Firm)

The "visits and discussion with enterprises" program will not be provided to parttime students.