Maximize Your Technology – Go Global!

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This presentation will focus on international patents and how to obtain them.


            One of the biggest myths about developing new inventions is that international technology protection is prohibitively expensive and enforcement more difficult or impossible in foreign jurisdictions. Did you know that most often, exactly the opposite is true?

 

            This presentation will focus on the increasingly affordable and available systems and opportunities for securing patents, industrial designs, utility models, and other types of Intellectual Property and for enforcing those rights in the international arena. The presentation will further explore the highly effective, available, and most importantly cost saving strategies and techniques that nearly all inventors and businesses can easily take advantage of to help bring their innovations to the international marketplace.



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  • 2525 Rochester Road
  • Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania
  • United States 16066
  • Building: Cranberry Township library

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  • Co-sponsored by none
  • Starts 19 February 2017 12:00 AM
  • Ends 16 May 2017 11:00 PM
  • All times are EST
  • No Admission Charge
  • Menu: Steak Burrito, Chicken Burrito, Barbacoa Burrito, Portabello (mushroom) Burrito
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  Speakers

Jon L. Woodard, Registered Patent Attorney

Jon L. Woodard, Registered Patent Attorney

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Agenda

6:15 PM Presentation (dinner during presentation)

7:30 PM Questions

7:45 PM Adjourn



Dinner will be provided for those who register AND select their food choice from the menu.

  IEEE membership is required to register and you must enter your membership number when registering.  Each member may bring one guest who is not required to be an IEEE member.

Enter "Computer Society Member" in the “special requests” section if you are a Computer Society member