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March 22, 2018 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am
Filing for patents and other intellectual property protection to safeguard your company’s technologies requires a series of strategic decisions. These decisions are often left up to the lawyers, but when business leaders, engineers, and scientific professionals understand the process, pros and cons, and potential costs, it creates a much more collaborative and goal-oriented approach.
Patterson Thuente IP attorney Amy Salmela will discuss the patenting process, leading us through a series of filing decisions, including:
Whether or not to file a provisional application
The effects of patenting vs. publishing
How to approach international filing decisions
Thursday, March 22 — 7:30 – 9 a.m. Lunch and Learn
at UEL — 1000 Westgate Drive St Paul 55114
2nd Floor Conference Room- West Entrance (courtesy of MN Lions Eye Bank)
$25 per person — FREE for UEL Tenants
Amy Salmela is a patent attorney and Shareholder with Patterson Thuente IP. Amy’s practice focuses primarily on patent prosecution related to electrical engineering and electronics, including medical devices and informatics, computer hardware and software, telecommunications, and retail logistics and analytics technologies. Her practice includes strategic IP portfolio growth and management for a range of clients, from start-ups to large, multinational corporations, as well as investment and acquisition IP due diligence, opinion work and litigation support.