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2003. 06.17

【セミナー終了】 「2003年 ライフサイエンスセミナー」開催

2003年 ライフサイエンスセミナー
バイオテクノロジー時代における国際間のコラボレーション
-知的財産権の保護と価値の最大化- 

「ライフサイエンスセミナー 2003」開催のご案内

拝啓 新緑の候、ますますご清栄のこととお喜び申し上げます

さて、上記セミナーを6月17日(火)に東京會舘(東京都千代田区)にて開催することとなりました。ご多忙中とは存じますが、ぜひご参加いただきたくご案内申し上げます。
ライフサイエンス業界における革新と競争がますます進む中、国際提携などのコラボレーションに期待が集まっています。しかし同時にそこにはリスクも存在します。本セミナーでは、海外のビジネスチャンスや投資機会を逃さず、法的リスクを最小限に抑える戦略に焦点を当てます。案件の失敗と成功を分けるのは何か、提携先候補を評価するにあたり知的財産権に関する主要なリスクをどう見極めるか、知的財産権に関するリスクをもたらす要因は何か、海外の提携先とのコラボレーションにおいて価値の最大化を図るにはどうすればよいか、等の内容を盛り込む予定です。当事務所はライフサイエンス分野と知的財産分野の双方で豊富な経験を有しており、世界規模で数多くのテクノロジー関連企業の代理を務めております。このバイオテクノロジー時代に成長を維持するために、認識しておくべきことは何かを理解する一助をご提供できれば幸いでございます。当セミナーの参加は無料で、当日は英日の同時通訳をご用意いたします。セミナー終了後にはレセプションも予定しております。参加ご希望の方は、参加申込書にご記入の上、ファックス(03-3214-6512)にて6月9日(月)までにご返送下さい。また、e-mail(tkseminar@mofo.com)でもお申し込みを受け付けております。 

皆様のご参加を心よりお待ち申し上げております。

敬具

- プログラム -

1:15 - 1:20 p.m.
ご挨拶
ケン・シーゲル モリソン・フォースター 東京オフィス マネージング・パートナー

1:20 - 2:20 p.m.
米国のライフサイエンス関連特許に関する最新動向
トーマス・シオッティ モリソン・フォースター パロアルト・オフィス パートナー
フィリップ・ライリー モリソン・フォースター パロアルト・オフィス アソシエイト

2:20 - 3:20 p.m.
知的財産権のデュー・デリジェンス戦略
スティーブン・デコセ モリソン・フォースター 東京オフィス パートナー
トーマス・シオッティ モリソン・フォースター パロアルト・オフィス パートナー
フィリップ・ライリー モリソン・フォースター パロアルト・オフィス アソシエイト


******** 休憩 Break ********

3:35 - 4:35 p.m.
ライセンス、提携その他のテクノロジー関連契約:
成功へのチャンスを確保し、陥りやすい過ちを回避する方法

ジョナサン・ディックスタイン モリソン・フォースター サンフランシスコ・オフィス パートナー 兼 ライフサイエンスグループ共同代表
ジェイ・ポナゼッキ モリソン・フォースター 東京オフィス パートナー

4:35 - 5:30 p.m.
バイオ関連企業に向けられる主なクレームおよびその回避法
クレイグ・セルニカ モリソン・フォースター 東京オフィス パートナー

5:30 - 7:30  p.m.   
レセプション

<セミナー会場>
東京會舘ローズルーム9F
〒100-0005 東京都千代田区丸の内3-2-1TEL: 03-3215-2111

<交通のご案内>
最寄駅  
JR東京駅丸の内南口より10分  
JR京葉線東京駅より5分  
JR有楽町駅国際フォーラム側口より5分

営団千代田線 二重橋前駅
営団有楽町線 有楽町駅
営団丸の内線 東京駅
都営三田線 日比谷駅
最寄りの出口はB4、B5です。

Life Science Seminar 2003
International Collaborations in the Biotechnology Century:How to Protect Intellectual Property Rights and Maximize Value

sponsored by Morrison & Foerster LLP

Dear Clients and Friends:

We are pleased to invite you to our firm’s Life Science Seminar to be held on Tuesday, June l7, 2003, at the Tokyo Kaikan in Tokyo.  

 As the pace of innovation and competition continues to increase in the life sciences industry, international alliances and other collaborations hold promise, but that promise is not without risk.  This seminar will focus on strategies to minimize legal risk while pursuing business and investment opportunities outside Japan.  Learn why certain deals have succeeded and others have failed, how to identify key intellectual property risks when evaluating potential partners, what puts your intellectual property at risk and how to maximize value in collaborating with foreign partners.  With their deep and wide-ranging expertise in life sciences and intellectual property, and their global focus on technology-based companies, Morrison & Foerster attorneys can help you to understand the questions to ask and the answers to look for as you seek to meet the challenges of continued growth in this biotech age

Please find the program for the seminar and a reservation form.  Attendance at the seminar is free of charge, and simultaneous translation from English to Japanese will be provided.  The seminar will begin at 1:15  p.m., followed by a reception beginning at 5:30 p.m.  To make a reservation, please complete the enclosed RSVP form and return it to us by fax (03-3214-6512) by June 9.  You can also register for the seminar by sending us an e-mail at  tkseminar@mofo.com.

We look forwarding to seeing you on June 17.
Morrison & Foerster LLP

- Program -

1:15 - 1:20 p.m.
Welcome and Introduction
Kenneth A. Siegel, Managing Partner, Tokyo office

1:20 - 2:20 p.m.
Cutting Edge Issues in U.S. Life Sciences Patents
Thomas E. Ciotti, Partner, Palo Alto Office
Dr.Philip D. Reilly, Associate, Palo Alto Office

2:20 - 3:20 p.m.
IP Due Diligence Strategies
Stephen J. DeCosse, Partner, Tokyo Office
Thomas E. Ciotti, Partner, Palo Alto Office
Dr. Philip D. Reilly, Associate, Palo Alto Office


******** 休憩 Break ********

3:35 - 4:35 p.m.
Licensing, Collaboration and other Technology Agreements:
Seizing Opportunities for Success and Avoiding Common Pitfalls

Jonathan S. Dickstein, Partner and Co-Chair of Life Sciences Group, San Francisco Office
Jay Ponazecki, Partner, Tokyo Office

4:35 - 5:30 p.m.
Top Claims Asserted Against Biotechnology Companies and How to Avoid Them
Craig I. Celniker, Partner, Tokyo Office

5:30 - 7:30  p.m.     
Reception

Seminar Venue:
Tokyo Kaikan  
Rose Room 9F
3-2-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005
TEL: 03-3215-2111

Location
From JR Tokyo Station:
Take the Marunouchi South Exit
Subways:
Chiyoda Line - Nijubashimae orHibiya Station
Mita Line - Hibiya Station
Yurakucho Line - Yurakucho Station
Please take exit B4 or B5

tokyo_kaikan_map.jpg- Speakers -

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Craig I. Celniker, Partner, Tokyo

Mr. Celniker has extensive international commercial litigation and transactional experience, with particular emphasis on intellectual property issues.  Mr. Celniker has represented international and domestic companies in the litigation and arbitration of patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret cases in the medical, pharmaceutical, internet, computer, consumer products, food and electronics industries before state and federal courts, the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, the American Arbitration Association, the International Chamber of Commerce, the London Court of International Arbitration, the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal and the Japan Commercial Arbitration Association.  He also has negotiated and drafted development, licensing, manufacturing and supply agreements in the medical, pharmaceutical, electronics and computer industries. 

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Thomas E. Ciotti, Partner, Palo Alto

Mr. Ciotti has over 40 years of patent experience in corporations and law firms and has served as principal outside patent counsel to numerous domestic and international biotechnology and medical device companies.  Before joining the firm, he was a corporate patent attorney for Alza Corporation and Chevron and then a founding partner in each of Ciotti & Murashige and the California office of Burns, Doane, Swecker & Mathis.  Mr. Ciotti has served as Chairperson of the Intellectual Property Law Section of the State Bar of California and as President of the San Francisco Patent and Trademark Law Association, and is active in the American Intellectual Property Law Association.

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Stephen J. DeCosse, Partner, Tokyo

Mr. DeCosse has extensive experience in advising Japanese pharmaceutical, biotechnology and other technology companies in connection with cross-border strategic alliances and other forms of collaborations, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions and financings.  He has assisted clients with many aspects of these transactions including, among other things, due diligence, co-promotion agreements, co-marketing agreements, joint research and development agreements, inbound and outbound licensing, and distribution and reseller relationships.  He  regularly assists clients with clinical contract research agreements, materials transfer agreements, and other agreements and issues of concern on a daily basis to life sciences companies.  Mr. DeCosse worked for three years at a major Japanese law firm.  He can speak and read Japanese.  

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Jonathan S. Dickstein, Partner, San Francisco

Mr. Dickstein is co-chair of the firm's Life Sciences Group.  His practice focuses on the representation of biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, as well as software, hardware and consumer electronics businesses, in a broad range of commercial transactions including inbound and outbound licensing, drug discovery and development agreements, joint research and development collaborations, manufacture and supply arrangements, distribution and reseller relationships, co-marketing agreements, strategic joint ventures and mergers and acquisitions.  Prior to joining Morrison & Foerster, Mr. Dickstein served as Vice President, Business Development and Legal Affairs at DoubleTwist, Inc., a pioneering bioinformatics company at the forefront of applying genomics and proteomics technologies to the drug discovery process. 

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Jay Ponazecki, Partner, Tokyo

Ms. Ponazecki oversees the firm’s Life Sciences and Technology Transactions Groups in Asia.  She has 15 years of international transactional experience and serves as principal outside counsel to numerous Japanese pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies.  Her practice focuses on the representation of pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemical, food, consumer electronics and other technology companies in a broad range of international business transactions including inbound and outbound licensing agreements, joint research and development collaborations, manufacture and supply arrangements, distribution, resale and co-marketing agreements, strategic alliances, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions and financings.  She also has assisted clients with the adoption of global corporate and privacy law compliance policies.  Ms. Ponazecki is currently Co-Chair of the Legal Services Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan and speaks Japanese.  

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Dr. Philip D. Reilly, Associate, Palo Alto

Dr. Reilly, who received a doctorate in chemistry and conducted post-doctoral research in the optical and electronic properties of materials, is a member of the firm's Intellectual Property Group.  His practice focuses on the representation of pharmaceutical, chemical, drug delivery and bioinformatics companies in their acquisition and commercial use of intellectual property.  He has assisted clients with restructuring and prosecuting worldwide patent portfolios, conducting due diligence, analyzing the scope and strength of proprietary pharmaceutical patent coverage, preparing noninfringement and invalidity opinions and performing freedom to operate analysis for polymer catalyst, optical implant and microarray technologies.

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