The President's Column
You're invited to hear a webinar panel discussion
entitled Patents, Innovation and Entrepreneurship: A discussion
of the role of patents in your company. The speakers are
Jon Cabeca, Director of the Silicon Valley USPTO, Laura Lee Norris,
Director of the Entrepreneurs' Law Clinic at Santa Clara University
School of Law, and me, President of Zeidman Consulting, provider
of reverse engineering, analysis, and expert witness services for
intellectual property litigation. It should be interesting. See
how to sign up in the Scanning IP section
of this newsletter.
Send me your comments and critiques. I'm always interested
in hearing from you.
President, SAFE Corporation
Patents, Innovation and Entrepreneurship:
A discussion of the role of patents in your
Royse Law Firm, and the Santa Clara Law School Entrepreneur's Law
Clinic invite you to a free webinar on the usefulness of patents
to your startup company. Join our distinguished group of panelists,
Director of the Silicon Valley USPTO
Norris, Director, Entrepreneurs' Law Clinic, Santa
Clara University School of Law
President, Zeidman Consulting
They will discuss the usefulness of patents to your startup. How
does the patent system work? How can you use it to protect your
company's intellectual property and safeguard your technology? How
valuable are patents and how does your company enforce them (or
defend against patent rights)? Our panel will discuss these and
other cutting edge issues dealing with the patent process and how
your company can maximize value.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship:
discussion of the role of patents in your company
Date: Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Time: 10 AM PST
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