Patent prosecution can be managed and carried out using a variety of approaches. Some managing counsel prefer to be highly involved, while others are more apt to let those carrying out the prosecution run with things.
Attorneys (or patent agents) doing the work of response drafting, brief drafting, carrying out interviews and other tasks employ many different approaches and strategies.
This webinar provides insight as to how to efficiently manage those carrying out the work of patent prosecution, whether inside or outside counsel, while ensuring quality. This webinar further addresses important issues relative to maintaining proper control and achieving the insight needed to ensure that the prosecution process is in line with business and technical needs as they evolve.
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
Piers Blewett is a patent attorney and principal at Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner. He is a former Chief Patent Counsel (International), Vice President and associate General Counsel at Kimberly Clark… Read More
Scott Marks is Managing Counsel for Intellectual Property at Abbott Labs. His areas of practice include filing and prosecuting patent applications, reexaminations, drafting and negotiating intellectual property agreements, due diligence and… Read More