Patent portfolio management starts at the inventive stage and doesn’t end until a patent is no longer active. Strategies vary widely and goals may evolve over time. Future events, such as those relating to licensing and litigation, can greatly affect such strategies. As patent portfolios grow, management becomes more difficult as does ensuring that the efforts (and expenditures) being made are appropriate.
This webinar provides a variety of perspectives that will be useful in ensuring that your patent portfolio is robust, purposeful and managed effectively.
Eric Curtin is a Patent, Trademark and Copyright Attorney at Crawford Maunu in St. Paul, MN. Eric’s practice has included the preparation and prosecution of patent applications in the electronic, electromechanical,… Read More
Erin’s practice is concentrated in domestic and international patent prosecution and preparation, including serving as a U.S. associate for foreign-originating patent work by way of the Paris Convention, PCT national… Read More