“Judicial Symposium on Intellectual Property / TOKYO 2022 - JSIP2022” will be held again this year, where legal professionals and administrative patent judges from various countries will hold the mock trials and discussions on judicial decisions related to IP disputes and recent IP topics.
This year, the sixth such symposium will offer a full program of the latest discussions and issues related to IP dispute resolution in Japan, the United States, and Europe.

What’s New

September 20, 2022
Registration is now open.

September 7, 2022
HP was opened to the public.

Dates

October 27, 2022 (Thursday)
October 28, 2022 (Friday)


Register here

Registration begins at 10:00 AM (JST)
on September 20
First-come-first-served basis


*In addition to the on-site viewing, you can also watch the live-streaming via the Internet.
*Pre-registration is required for both on-site participation and live-streaming.
*Please note that you may be shown in photos and videos (live and archived) when viewing the event at the venue. Please understand this in advance.
*The date, time, and form of the event may be subject to change due to the influence of the COVID-19 and other factors.

Program

October 27 (Thursday) 14:00-17:30 (JST)
By the Court - Mock Trial and Panel Discussion
(1) International Comparison of Joint Patent Infringement
(2) Diversification of Proceedings in Civil Dispute Resolution and Current Challenges

October 28 (Friday) 14:00-18:00 (JST)
By the Japan Patent Office - Lecture and Panel Discussion
(1) Invalidation and opposition systems in patents at each IP office
(2) International Comparison of Judgments on Correction Requirements based on Hypothetical Cases

Panelists: Judges・Attorneys・Administrative patent judges from Japan, U.S., U.K., Germany, and European Patent Office
Languages: Japanese and English (simultaneous interpretation between Japanese and English)

Venue

Auditorium, CREO, 2F, Bar Associations Building

Address: 1-1-3, Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
(Direct connection from Exit B1-b of Tokyo Metro “Kasumigaseki” Station)