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INSIGHT epi - The podcast for European patent professionals

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As the professional body representing European Patent Attorneys, the epi is engaging with all things pertinent to our field on a continual basis.

Whether you're an epi member or student, an EQE candidate - or just interested in what we are doing, look behind the scenes with “Insight epi”.

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In this short episode, we would like to give you a few pointers on our own behalf. Jacqueline Kalbe, Barbara Riffert, Noreen Osterlehner and Samantha Adam from the epi Secretariat want to draw your attention to the training programmes for EQE candidates and members of the profession. Published 17 July 2024.Credits:Host: Sam PittisProduced by WHS LearningMusic used in this episode: Listen by Andrewkn -- https://shorturl.at/ekqz1 -- License: Creative Commons 0, Road In The Forest by Andrewkn --...
In this episode, we deal with one of epi's most important and visible committees: the Professional Education Committee, or PEC for short. Julia Gwilt and Tarik Kapić will talk about its history, its composition, its main tasks and the main challenges it has faced in recent years. Credits:Host: Sam PittisProduced by WHS LearningMusic used in this episode: Listen by Andrewkn -- https://shorturl.at/ekqz1 -- License: Creative Commons 0, Road In The Forest by Andrewkn -- https://shorturl.at/j...
Most EQE candidates appreciate any support they can get, especially as the new system still raises new questions for everyone involved. This episode is aimed at supervisors: Anna Valborg Guðmundsdóttir and Nina Ferara talk about what you can do and should know as a supervisor - and what kind of support the epi offers for EQE candidates.Credits:Host: Sam PittisProduced by WHS LearningMusic used in this episode: Listen by Andrewkn -- https://shorturl.at/ekqz1 -- License: Creative Commons ...
What is actually assessed in each paper? What kind of questions can you expect to be asked? How long will the exams take? And how will they be marked? In this fourth episode of our five-part series on the new EQE, Nina Ferara and Anna Valborg Guðmundsdóttir reveal details about the new examination papers.Credits:Host: Sam PittisProduced by WHS LearningMusic used in this episode: Listen by Andrewkn -- https://shorturl.at/ekqz1 -- License: Creative Commons 0, Road In The Forest by Andrewkn -- h...
The 1st of June, 2023 was the start of what we call for short the Unitary Patent or UP and the Unified Patent Court or UPC. In this episode of "Insight epi", we take a look back at the first year of the UP. The conversation takes place between Francis Leyder and Manolis Samuelidis from epi with EPO representatives Heli Pihlajamaa and Stefan Luginbuehl.Credits:Host: Sam PittisProduced by WHS LearningMusic used in this episode: Listen by Andrewkn -- https://shorturl.at/ekqz1 -...
Gradual introduction of the new EQE, gradual restriction of the old one, creditability of results between the systems: This episode looks at the transition that will take place, particularly in the years 2025-2027 - and the options open to candidates from the old and new systems.Credits:Host: Sam PittisProduced by WHS LearningMusic used in this episode: Listen by Andrewkn -- https://shorturl.at/ekqz1 -- License: Creative Commons 0, Road In The Forest by Andrewkn -- https://shorturl.at/jrJT8 -...
When can or may the various papers be written? When to choose the "Gradual Mastery Track" or the "Intensive Exam Track"? By when do you have to register? In this second episode of our five-part series on the new EQE, Nina Ferara and Anna Valborg Guðmundsdóttir talk in particular about the time organisation. Credits:Host: Sam PittisProduced by WHS LearningMusic used in this episode: Listen by Andrewkn -- https://shorturl.at/ekqz1 -- License: Creative Commons 0, Road In The Forest by Andre...
A competency-based and completely digitalised approach, five modules, the opportunity to write your first paper after just one year of experience... In this first (of five) episodes, Nina Ferara and Anna Valborg Guðmundsdóttir talk about the fundamental changes that the new European Qualifying Examination will bring from 2025 - and how the redesign of the exam came about. Credits:Host: Sam PittisProduced by WHS LearningMusic used in this episode: Listen by Andrewkn -- https://shorturl.at...
The epi raises significant concerns and strongly advocates the need for a thorough impact assessment before legislative measures are considered: In this episode, Simon Wright and Brigitte Carion-Taravella talk about the latest developments in the EU regarding the patenting of plants - in particular plants derived using new genomic techniques (also known as NGT plants) - and the epi's position on these developments.Credits:Host: Sam PittisProduced by WHS LearningMusic used in this episod...
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