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Get up to speed on the latest in IP Invoice and Cost Management

Published, 4 May 2022

You are instructing directly or via your local IP law firms foreign associates across the world to file and prosecute patents on your behalf.

Your 5 key challenges:
  • Ensuring all fees are transparent and cost effective
  • Checking, processing and paying invoices from dozens of IP law firms and providers
  • Automating the upload of invoices into your accounting system and IPMS
  • Ensuring over the filing, prosecution and grant phases your agents are consistently compliant with your fee schedules and there are no overcharges or duplicates
  • Forecasting your costs and benefiting from easy to access reporting tools

 

 

SPEAKERS

Michael YANCY

Manager - Invoice Management

Questel

Bruce KUENNEN

President

Questel

Viviane Chilton

Senior IP Services & Consulting Expert

Questel

Caroline Chenique

Senior IP Services & Consulting Expert​

Questel

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