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Patenting for Inventors

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Patenting for Inventors

Adam L. Diament, J.D., Ph.D.: Registered Patent Attorney

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Learn the steps of how to patent your invention, from initial concept to issued patent. Host and registered patent attorney, Adam L. Diament, J.D., Ph.D., founder and owner of Diament Patent Law, guides you through the complicated process of patenting your invention. This podcast starts from the beginning of what to do when you first have an idea, all the way through the steps that will hopefully lead to an issued patent. Other intellectual property areas will also be covered, such as tradem ...
 
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Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP

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This limited podcast series hosted by Kilpatrick Townsend Partner April Abele Isaacson and Associate Kate Geyer features today's leading women and other underrepresented groups in the patent bar. Each of the episodes is a candid conversation between groundbreaking legal practitioners about their career paths, the obstacles they overcame in reaching success, and the steps we as a profession must still take to close the gender and diversity gap in intellectual property law and the patent bar.
 
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Engelberg Center Live!

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Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy

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Engelberg Center Live! is back this season with audio from selected Engelberg Center events. Listen (or re-experience) discussions on a wide range of topics related to innovation law & policy. -- Season 2 of Engelberg Center Live! was devoted to a multi-part oral history of efforts to create a union at Kickstarter. Season 1 of Engelberg Center Live! Featured audio from selected Engelberg Center events. To learn more about the Engelberg Center, please visit https://engelberg.center
 
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IP Goes Pop

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Volpe Koenig Intellectual Property Law

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IP Goes Pop explores the interface between intellectual property(IP) and popular culture. Patents, trademarks, and copyrights are often referenced in popular movies, television and songs, but who owns the rights to creative expression? How long does a patent last? What makes a trade secret truly secret? Is the media getting it right when reporting on intellectual property issues? Hosted by intellectual property attorney Michael Snyder, with guest colleagues, inventors, writers, and creators, ...
 
Lawyer on Air - where I pour you a glass of wine at my favorite virtual wine bar in Tokyo while you listen to inspirational inside stories from my guests, as we relax and talk about what it’s like in life, and in the law, for women lawyers in Japan.
 
Law, disrupted is a podcast that dives into the legal issues emerging from cutting-edge and innovative subjects such as SPACs, NFTs, litigation finance, ransomware, streaming, and much, much more! Your host is John B. Quinn, founder and chairman of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP, a 900+ attorney business litigation firm with 29 offices around the globe, each devoted solely to business litigation. John is regarded as one of the top trial lawyers in the world, who, along with his partne ...
 
Welcome to Hashing Out the Law. On each episode a different guest and our host, Arash Hashemi, will discuss the law, its evolution, adaptation and application throughout time. As well as how the law plays a part in our everyday lives. *Disclaimer - The materials on this Podcast are for informational purposes only and are not legal advice. You should not act or rely on any information from this Podcast without seeking advice from an attorney licensed to practice law in your jurisdiction. Neit ...
 
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Bold Patents Show

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Bold Patents Show

J.D. Houvener, Esq, MBA, PE

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Let's talk innovation, entrepreneurship, and intellectual property!Come learn about patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets patent from conception and idea phase to market commercialization from Bold Patent's Founder, J.D. Houvener. There is a LOT of misinformation out there in this area of the law, and I've made it my mission to educate and inform inventors of all walks, especially those solo inventors out there making the world better through their ingenuity and innovation. I lo ...
 
Listen to Tech Law Talks for practical observations on technology and data legal trends, from product and technology development to operational and compliance issues that practitioners encounter every day. On this channel, we host regular discussions about the legal and business issues around data protection, privacy and security; data risk management; intellectual property; social media; and other types of information technology.
 
A Practical Law podcast series created for summer and new associates. In each episode, Will McCullough, a Senior Associate Editor at Practical Law, sits down with legal experts to discuss the challenges and opportunities within different practice areas – along with specific skills needed to be a successful legal professional.
 
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OT, Reem, Ahmed Odeh

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Legal-ish is a weekly podcast where hosts OT & Reem invite their lawyer and legal advisor, Ahmed Odeh, who is the Managing Partner at MIO Law Firm, in Dubai to answer all legal questions about life in the UAE. If you’ve got any questions, please send us an email to hello@dukkanmedia.com or slide in our DMs. We always keep it anonymous and protect your identity. #WeCauseCulture
 
Clause 8 of the US constitution is the foundation for America’s intellectual property laws. On the Clause 8 podcast, we talk to the personalities that make the IP system possible. That includes everyone from Chief Judges of the Federal Circuit and directors of the US Patent Office to the attorney who defended Carole Baskin’s trademark rights in the documentary Tiger King. The conversations provide strategic insights about the forces that shape IP policies, the business of innovation and IP l ...
 
Gowling WLG's intellectual property (IP) experts discuss the latest developments. NOT LEGAL ADVICE. Information made available on this website in any form is for information purposes only. It is not, and should not be taken as, legal advice. You should not rely on, or take or fail to take any action based upon this information. Never disregard professional legal advice or delay in seeking legal advice because of something you have read on this website. Gowling WLG professionals will be pleas ...
 
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Innovation Files

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Innovation Files

Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF)

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Explore the intersection of technology, innovation, and public policy with the world’s leading think tank on these issues. Innovation Files serves up expert interviews, fascinating insights, and head-turning commentary on how to accelerate innovation, promote economic growth, and serve the public good. Expect to hear some unconventional wisdom.
 
E-lexa is a new channel designed specially for lawyers who want to keep their legal knowledge up-to-date in the competitive legal market place. It comprises podcasts of interesting legal articles, interviews, CPD courses, quizzes, tests and other e-learning materials.
 
Northon's IP Media PR & Marketing Ltd. We are a Media PR & Marketing consultancy based in London. Our aim is to help IP Law firms and service providers brand their businesses and services in environments that are relevant to their business and to give solid media and marketing support to IP businesses & Professionals lacking expertise in this area. Our vision is to work successfully in exclusive partnerships with law firms and service providers ‘Internationally’ to build up a legible network ...
 
Lawfully Creative is a series of intimate and honest conversations hosted by Annabelle Gauberti. Annabelle talks with artists, policy makers and performers – to hear their stories, what inspires their creations, what decisions changed their careers, and what relationships influenced their work. Lawfully Creative also encompasses our Crefovi's daily updates, which are our reflections and comments on the latest news which impact the creative industries, as well as Crefovi's live webinars, whic ...
 
Hi this is Scott Tarcy and welcome to the Engineering Entrepreneur Podcast This is the intro podcast to give you a little background on me and what I would like to do with this podcast I’m a mechanical engineer and the president of CADdesignhelp.com. My company does CAD work and prototyping. I love designing and inventing products and creating businesses around that activity. There are many podcasts out there about entrepreneurship and a few about inventing, but I have yet to find a podcast ...
 
1. Do your research Before you spend time or money on your invention or idea, make sure it hasn’t already been created. Internet searches are always a good place to start, but don’t stop there. Go to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s website and search for existing patents. 2. Develop a business plan The second step is to create a business plan. Even if your idea isn’t fully formed yet, know how much money you can afford to spend and what the process of developing and marketing your ide ...
 
The STEMpowered Women podcast is brought to you by Sistas in STEM, a platform aimed toward empowering women of color in their daily lives and their passion for science, tech, engineering, and math. Join host Brittany A. J. Miriki as she interviews boss women for inspiration, career advice, health tips, and more. We’re pushing the voices of Black women and women of color in STEM to the forefront to bring our community together. You’re not alone, Sis. We’ve got you!
 
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Maria Abe shows us that anything is possible with a little bit of an adventurous heart and a willingness to try new things even when you are unsure. Maria has navigated the challenges of starting her career during the World Financial Crisis of 2009 and takes us on a fascinating journey of how she came to be a practicing lawyer in Japan. A truly ins…
 
In this third and last episode of the podcast series, Reed Smith Paris partners Marianne Schaffner and Thierry Lautier focus on what companies should do with regard to the European patents of their competitors, and they reveal strategic tips to help mitigate the risks of injunction and damages in the “UPC zone”.…
 
In this episode of Law, disrupted, John is joined by John Hueston and Moez Kaba, Co-Founders and Partners at Hueston Hennigan LLP. Chambers has described John Hueston as “one of the top trial attorneys” in the United States and Moez as “a master in the courtroom.” Together they discuss an arbitration in which they obtained both a $175 million plus …
 
Professor Buzz Scherr discusses the war in Ukraine and the latest around investigation and prosecution of war crimes committed by Russia. Produced and Hosted by A J. Kierstead Get an email when the latest episode releases and never miss our weekly episodes by subscribing on Apple Podcast, Google Play, Stitcher, and Spotify! UNH Franklin Pierce Scho…
 
J.D. and Matt discuss patent searching and trademark searching fundamentals. J.D. goes through his 5-step process for how to conduct a rock solid patent search. They took a Bold Bite out of a shark tank pitch for "RokBlok" which is a audio record player that plays the music by just going around the record instead of requiring the record to spin. Th…
 
In this episode, hosts April Abele Isaacson and Kate Geyer welcome fellow Kilpatrick Townsend patent litigator Courtney Dabbiere for a conversation about allyship. Courtney’s litigation practice, which includes cases in both federal court and the ITC, encompasses patent matters in a wide range of technologies, including telecommunication systems, e…
 
Hello, WIRED podcast listeners. We’re on a short break from producing new episodes at the moment, with some big plans for next year. In the meantime, we need your help. Tell us: What are your burning questions about the future. The future of what? Anything. Big or small, strange or serious. We want to hear your questions. And they may even make it …
 
Avraham Hermon is a Senior Partner at JMB Davis Ben-David, a US Patent Agent and an Israel Patent Attorney. He has a BA in Chemistry and a Master’s in Law.Prior to joining the firm Avraham worked in a number of Israeli pharmaceutical companies including Teva Pharmaceutical Industries where he led a team of patent attorneys in providing opinion on p…
 
Economics is about more than the economy. It also intersects public and private institutions, culture, religion, morality, and politics. Rob and Jackie explored these subjects with Benjamin Friedman, a professor of Political Economy at Harvard and author of The Moral Consequences of Economic Growth and Religion and the Rise of Capitalism. Mentioned…
 
Akiko Araki shows us that in addition to big law there is another way to do law in Japan. Your way. Akiko is the founder and Managing Partner of Araki International IP & Law. We follow her career from her first inspiration to be a lawyer to cleverly setting up her own practice when she transitioned into studying IP law. If you enjoyed this episode …
 
25 November 2022 | 15:30pm London time Crefovi's live webinar will begin on Friday 25 November at 15:30pm London time (UK), and will provide an in-depth analysis of Penguin Random House’s acquisition of Simon & Schuster blocked on antitrust grounds. You haven’t yet secured your free place for our upcoming webinar on corporate litigation law? Here i…
 
Jim Gastle and Grant Peters Virtual Patent Marking – Interview With Jim Gastle and Grant Peters – UPC Updates – Episode 135 – IP Fridays http://docker.kof.ethz.ch:8084/patent-explorer/ Presentation Virtual Patent Marking http://gastle.com/ https://btlaw.com/en/people/grant-peters The post Virtual Patent Marking – Interview With Jim Gastle and Grant…
 
Question: How is the markedly different characteristics analysis performed? Answer: The markedly different characteristics analysis compares the nature-based product limitation to its naturally occurring counterpart in its natural state. Markedly different characteristics can be expressed as the product’s structure, function, and/or other propertie…
 
Almost every designer is now focusing on sustainability as part of their brief. Design influences how we live, work and play, so all designers must ask themselves: How can you make your design more sustainable whilst still bringing joy and excitement? And, sustainable designs can have many faces – ranging from green buildings to upcycling consumer …
 
In this episode of Law, disrupted, John is joined by Nasser Alrubayyi. Nasser is a partner at Quinn Emanuel. He represents and defends international and domestic corporations in a wide assortment of litigation and arbitration cases. Together they discuss the modernization of law, the legal profession, legal process, and judiciary in the Kingdom of …
 
J.D. and Matt speak with Bold Patents client, Dr. Patrick Silva (he goes by Dr. P) the inventor of the Sleep Muus pillow. Patrick talks about his invention story, and how he couldn't find the right pillow to supplement his spinal medical care he gives as a chiropractor, and so he was forced to create it! Dr. P also shares with the audience his stru…
 
15 November 2022 | 15:30pm London time Crefovi's live webinar will begin on Tuesday 15 November at 15:30pm London time (UK), and will provide an in-depth analysis of the Ben & Jerry's v Unilever legal saga, one of the top corporate law cases in 2022. You haven’t yet secured your free place for our upcoming webinar on corporate litigation law? Here …
 
Coming up today: Morgan finds out what happens when an AI company steals your face, and Matt Burgess explores the most vulnerable place on the internet This is going to be the last episode for a little while. We’re taking a short break to work on some exciting changes to the podcast for 2023, but we’ll be back with a new episode in a few weeks. We’…
 
It is difficult to know when to share information with others, especially when that information damages another person's reputation. The challenge is especially acute for those who work on the Hill, where information is currency. In this talk, Dr. Anderson developed an 'ethics of gossip' that both challenges our tendency toward "loose lips" and gui…
 
Bad actors are constantly looking for ways to infiltrate financial institutions for personal gain. Whether it be customers, employees, or third parties, every institution needs to be aware of the potential risks associated with bad actors and how to appropriately identify and investigate these risks. This episode of our eComms series with Smarsh se…
 
In this episode of Law, disrupted, John is joined by Michael D. Hausfeld. Michael is widely regarded as one of the leading plaintiffs antitrust lawyers in the world. This episode examines how he achieved a $2.67 billion settlement, as well as market-changing injunctive relief for Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) subscribers. The conversation begins wi…
 
In the aftermath of the leaked Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, warnings to period tracking app users went viral. The message? Ditch them immediately. Weeks later, a New York Times headline countered, “Deleting Your Period Tracker Won’t Protect You.” Join us for a panel discussion with academic, innovation, and …
 
Question: Give an example of a claim that does not recite mental processes because it cannot be practically performed in the human mind. Answer: Examples of claims that do not recite mental processes because they cannot be practically performed in the human mind include: a claim to a method for calculating an absolute position of a GPS receiver and…
 
Coming up today: the WIRED podcast team weighs in on Elon Musk’s dramatic Twitter takeover. The stories we talked about this week: Unverify Me, Daddy https://www.wired.com/story/twitter-elon-musk-verification/ Elon Musk Has Fired Twitter’s ‘Ethical AI’ Team https://www.wired.com/story/twitter-ethical-ai-team/ Twitter Had a Plan to Fix Social Media.…
 
Host: Carlos Northon Founder & CEO at Northon's Media PR & Marketing Ltd - UK Guest: Supriya Mitra Majumunder Founder & CEO at Clarios Business Consulting PVT Ltd – India Simba Makahamadze Founder & CEO at All Things IP Africa (ATIPA) – Africa Sanjaykumar Patel Founder & Principal IP Attorney at Excelon IP – India Nourhan N. Moussa LLB, LLM, PhD. P…
 
Professor Michael McCann discusses his recent Sportico articles covering the SCOTUS Students For Fair Admission case, NCAA debate around the ‘Slavery Loophole’, and NCAA NIL changes. Produced and Hosted by A J. Kierstead Get an email when the latest episode releases and never miss our weekly episodes by subscribing on Apple Podcast, Google Play, St…
 
In this episode of ‘Law, disrupted,’ John is joined by Eric Winston, a Quinn Emanuel partner in the Los Angeles office. Eric is one the firm’s insolvency and restructuring partners. He is based in Los Angeles and appears in case around the country. Together, they discuss the Aearo bankruptcy case in Indianapolis, Indiana – a case where Aearo’s (sol…
 
Host: Michele Katz Founder & CEO Advitam IP, LLC - Chicago, USA Guests: Maria Khan Senior Partner United Trademark & Patent Services - Dubai, United Arab Emirates Joining Michele Katz on this episode of the Women's IP World Podcast is Maria Khan, Senior Partner at United Trademark & Patent Services in Dubai. Maria talks about her background and how…
 
With the UPC expected to enter into force on April 1, 2023, Reed Smith Paris partners Marianne Schaffner and Thierry Lautier focus this podcast on companies who have European patents and reveal strategies to adopt when enforcing European patents before the UPC or the national courts.By Reed Smith
 
Yuko Noguchi shares how she narrowed down the many options she wanted to pursue with the help and advice from respected colleagues and lecturers. Yuko has done an amazing job of achieving the kind of career that many would envy, culminating in her current role as Head of Legal at Google, Japan. Listen as she takes us on an unbelievable journey thro…
 
Fireside Chat: John Belcaster, General Counsel of MSCHF, John Belcaster, General Counsel of MSCHF, John Belcaster, General Counsel of MSCHF, and Megan Bannigan, Partner, Debevoise & Plimpton, in conversation with Jeanne Fromer, NYU School of Law and Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy.By Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy
 
28 October 2022 | 15:30pm London time Crefovi's live webinar will begin on Friday 28 October at 15:30pm London time (UK), and will provide an in-depth analysis of the Druet v Cattelan legal saga, one of the top art law cases in 2022. You haven’t yet secured your free place for our upcoming webinar on art law? Here is your chance to join Annabelle G…
 
Coming up today: the deadly viruses lurking in the permafrost, and what the Bruce Willis deepfake means for the future of Hollywood. The stories we talked about this week: The Bruce Willis Deepfake Is Everyone’s Problem https://www.wired.com/story/bruce-willis-deepfake-rights-law/ Thawing Permafrost Exposes Old Pathogens—and New Hosts https://www.w…
 
Beat Weibel Industry Patent Quality Charter – Interview with Beat Weibel of Siemens – Unified Patent Court Updates Industry Patent Quality Charter Update: Industry Patent Quality Charter The post Industry Patent Quality Charter – Interview with Beat Weibel of Siemens – Unified Patent Court Updates – IP Fridays – Episode 134 first appeared on IP Fri…
 
IP Goes Pop! is back with its second annual Spooktacular! In this episode, things get much spookier as we pit the top four Halloween Monsters against each other. Listen in for a breakdown of these famous characters and archetypes. Play along as your co-hosts, Volpe Koenig Shareholders, Michael Snyder and Joseph Gushue rank Dracula, Dr. Frankenstein…
 
Professor Ryan Vacca discusses his co-authored article "Breaking the Vicious Cycle Fragmenting National Law" that discusses how fragmenting developed and a possible solution. Produced and Hosted by A J. Kierstead Get an email when the latest episode releases and never miss our weekly episodes by subscribing on Apple Podcast, Google Play, Stitcher, …
 
In this episode of ‘Law, disrupted,’ John is joined by Vinit Nijhawan, Managing Director at MassVentures – a venture capital firm focused on fueling the Massachusetts innovation economy. Vinit also runs the Mass Transfer Center, which helps universities and institutions of higher learning commercialize their unused intellectual property rights. Joh…
 
J.D. and Matt talked about some recent innovations in halloween decorations including motion sensors, fog, costumes, as well as licensing issues that can come up for resellers of licensed merchandise and the like. Then JD and Matt took a bold bite of a shark tank episode featuring "Pandaloon" which is a costume for pets, and it looks like the pet i…
 
Asaf Shiloni, a veteran biotech founder and manager is the CEO of Kadimastem a clinical stage biotech company, that is creating cell therapy that enables the production of off-the-shelf cell-based products for the treatment of unmet medical needs such as ALS and a cure for Diabetes.Avraham sat down with Asaf in the offices of Kadimastem to discuss …
 
Welcome to Hashing Out the Law, with Arash Hashemi. On this episode our guest is world class trial lawyer, Daniel Callahan. During his 42-year career, his notable verdicts have included obtaining a unanimous jury verdict after a three-month trial for $934,000,000 (the highest in Orange County history) and obtaining in 2007, what was then the highes…
 
Question: What is meant by a fundamental economic practice or principle? Answer: The courts have used the phrases “fundamental economic practices” or “fundamental economic principles” to describe concepts relating to the economy and commerce. Fundamental economic principles or practices include hedging, insurance, and mitigating risks. The term “fu…
 
The long-awaited Unified Patent Court (UPC) and the European Patent with Unitary Effect (UP) should significantly change the European patent landscape. Reed Smith Paris partners Marianne Schaffner and Thierry Lautier provide an overview and the main changes induced by the UPC and the UP.By Reed Smith
 
- Brian Frye, University of Kentucky Rosenberg College of Law - Rebecca Giblin, Melbourne Law School - Scott Hemphill, NYU School of Law and Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy - Stephen Lee, Chief Intellectual Property Counsel, Target Corporation - Jason Schultz, NYU School of Law and Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy (moderator)…
 
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