Upcoming Webinar – Patents: An Introduction for Inventors

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Upcoming Webinar – Patents: An Introduction for Inventors

Date: December 11th, 2:00 PM ET

Topic: Patents: An Introduction for Inventorsξby Michael Gamble, Esq.

More info: Part one of a two-part series.

This presentation series is a basic introduction to patents and an overview of issues and practices to be considered by prospective patent inventors and patent owners.

Part one focuses on providing a basic overview of patents and need-to-know information for inventors to streamline the patenting process. The basic overview explains what patents are, how patents relate to other forms of intellectual property, what requirements must be met for patenting an invention in the U.S., basic considerations for patenting an invention internationally, and how patents provide value to their owners.ξ The overview of information for inventors covers inventorship and ownership issues, when to file for a patent, how to avoid sinking a patent application with one’s own publications, and various good practices for inventors to follow regarding disclosures and record-keeping.

Michael Gamble is a patent attorney with Harness, Dickey, and Pierce P.L.C. in Washington, D.C.ξ Michael’s IP practice emphasizes patent prosecution and intellectual property counseling in both the United States and abroad.ξ Michael has been involved in patent portfolio development and management for a wide range of endeavors and business entities.

Michael has and continues to serve clients that range from bold entrepreneurs with cutting-edge ideas and new technologies, to some of the largest and most experienced multinational corporations in the world.ξ He works directly with inventors, executives and in-house counsel to identify and harvest the novel and often highly specific differentiators of a given technology in order to increase the value of his client’s patent portfolios on a global stage.

With more than five years of practice, Michael works diligently to distinguish his clients’ technologies, and therefore their overall brand.ξ He delivers a proven ability to write and prosecute patents that are critical to his clients’ strategic development.


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