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InnoEd

Where Northeastern innovators learn from experts about protecting intellectual property, launching startups, and commercializing technologies. Experts learning from experts: InnoEd.

Past Event

Crafting Invincible Disclosures

Led by experienced patent attorneys, this seminar will teach you how to:

  • Maximize protection by submitting well-timed disclosures
  • Reinforce strength by using “in possession” and “enabling” language
  • Expedite prosecution by balancing technical descriptions and marketable benefits

Protect your invention from the beginning.

Event Details

Tuesday, September 24, 2019
East Village 102
12:00 – 1:00pm
Lunch Provided

Speakers

Deirdre Sanders

Deirdre Sanders

Principal, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds

Deirdre has 20 years of experience in strategic biotechnology patent prosecution counseling and in intellectual property litigation and enforcement. Her patent practice is focused on biotechnology with particular emphasis in the areas of biologics, including: antibody-based therapeutics, pharmaceuticals, gene editing, medical devices, precision medicine, immuno-oncology and immunotherapy, bioinformatics, protein-based sensors, and drug discovery and development. She is dedicated to guiding clients through the development, management, and protection of intellectual property rights to achieve their business goals.

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Mark Solomon

Mark Solomon

Principal, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds

Mark has dedicated his 20 year legal career to guiding engineering companies and university engineering centers through the development, management, protection, and enforcement of intellectual property rights. He provides high value intellectual property services by drafting and prosecuting patent applications from strategic business or licensing perspectives, as applicable.

Mark’s technical background includes diverse engineering technologies, such as motion control systems, process control systems, robotics, autonomous vehicles, telecommunications, optics and opto-electronics, signal processing, image processing, and voice processing. He also has experience in optical networking and electrical networking, business methods, analog electronics and digital electronics, software, GPS systems, antennas, as well as mobile, medical, and mechanical devices. Additionally, Mark has worked with nanomaterials, semiconductors, fuel cells and renewable energy systems, and artificial intelligence such as neural networks, and the Internet of Things.

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