Consultants Network – “A Review of Basics of US Patent Law: What is the law regarding patentable subject matter” 🗓

— A must-see presentation for anyone that works in a technology field

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Meeting Date: (day / date) 2019
Time: 6:00 – 7:00 pm – Dinner and informal networking; 7:00 – 8:30 pm – Meeting
Speaker: Bruce Greenhaus
Location: San Diego
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Summary: This presentation is intended to provide a primer on US patent law for Engineers and Inventors. In particular, this presentation provides important information regarding the changing landscape regarding what is currently considered eligible for patent protection. In addition, information will be presented, and questions answered regarding applying for patent protection. This is a must-see presentation for anyone that works in a technology field and that has asked, “can I patent this?”

Bio: Bruce Greenhaus is an intellectual property attorney for over 27 years, I have had the opportunity to work with and represent some of the best technology companies in the world. I was Vice President, Patent Counsel for Qualcomm, Inc. for 10 years, and more recently Vice President, Chief Patent Counsel for Entropic Communications, Inc., a midsize public corporation. I have been an adjunct professor of law with Thomas Jefferson School of Law since 2003. I have worked in both large and midsized firms. I have served as the president of the San Diego Intellectual Property Law Association (SDIPLA) and was on the board of directors of SDIPLA for four years. In addition, I served on the board of the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program.