Events

Introduction to Intellectual Property - Part 2: Some Basics of Patents
- - UTC
Location

Knobbe Martens San Diego - da Vinci Room, 1st Floor
12790 El Camino Real
San Diego, CA 92130
United States

Description

What is patentable intellectual property (IP)? Why should your business care about patents? What are the basic legal requirements for patents? How do you read a patent?

In Part 2 of a continued series on Intro to IP, these and other introductory patent-related issues will be explored in a presentation and Q&A by attorneys from the preeminent IP law firm, Knobbe Martens.

Join us on Tuesday, October 18 at the Knobbe Martens San Diego office for this after-work session, which includes 1 hour of California MCLE credit. The seminar is relevant to any business with patentable technology or know-how that could provide a competitive edge in the marketplace.

Knobbe Martens attorneys Boris Zelkind and Tom Cowan will discuss the legal basics of patents, how patents can enhance your competitive edge, and some recent important trends in patent law. Q&A to follow after a brief presentation.

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