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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 Partners Kimberlynn Davis and April Abele Isaacson features today's leading women in the patent bar. Each of the episodes is a candid conversation between groundbreaking women 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 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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This season of Engelberg Center Live! is devoted to the Kickstarter Union Oral History. Featuring insights from Kickstarter employees and organizers, the Kickstarter Union Oral History brings you inside the first unionization of a modern internet company. Past seasons of Engelberg Center Live! contain audio from live events hosted by the Engelberg Center on Innovation Law & Policy at NYU Law. Events are focused on the intersection of Intellectual Property, Privacy, Antitrust, and Technology ...
 
Law Pod UK covers developments across all aspects of civil and public law in the United Kingdom. It is brought to you by the barristers at 1 Crown Office Row with presenters Rosalind English and Emma-Louise Fenelon. More info on our highly recommended podcast on the UK Human Rights Blog.
 
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IP Goes Pop

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IP Goes Pop

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, ...
 
What's New at the United States Supreme Court? Each week we bring you up to date coverage of the most recent cases and decisions before SCOTUS, discussing the Supreme Court's most recent grants and denials of certiorari, orders, opinions, oral arguments and constitutional jurisprudence. We also present in-depth special reports on the justices, important constitutional rights and the most controversial legal issues of our time (e.g. Abortion, Affirmative Action, Gay Rights, Women's Rights, Pr ...
 
Brand & New is a podcast produced by the International Trademark Association (INTA) and focused on innovation. Our host, Audrey Dauvet, shares a new topic every two weeks, on Tuesday—to inform and inspire listeners. Each podcast consists of an open dialogue with experts, visionaries, and influential people from all over the world in order to learn more about the evolution of the legal and intellectual property ecosystem, its concepts, and all actual or potential consequences. Because we cons ...
 
Cybaris® is an intellectual property law review edited by the students of William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota. Cybaris® features video interviews with each of it's authors, giving an overview of what each of the articles is about. The Cybaris® Podcast provides an convenient audio format for the videos, plus extra content added by the editorial board
 
On Interpreting India, every two weeks, we bring in voices from India and around the globe to unpack how technology, the economy, and foreign policy impact India’s relationship with the world. Interpreting India is a Carnegie India production and is hosted by Carnegie scholars. In season 2, Srinath Raghavan passes the mic to a new generation of hosts, his colleagues at Carnegie, who will explore the questions that hold the potential to alter India’s trajectory through the coming decade.
 
The Greatness Machine is about two things. We're about people who are living their passions and those who are creating greatness in the world, despite the odds. In all of our interviews and episodes, we will be diving into the origin story, what makes people tick and why they do what they did to get to where they are going. We interview world-class speakers and people who may not even know to tell their stories and enlighten us about what it took to get them to create all the greatness in th ...
 
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 ...
 
Not your typical 'alternative health' show, Alfacast is a weekly discovery into the often misunderstood realms of real science, nature and the human condition. Dr. Lando and Mike Winner cover an assortment of topics from a unique perspective seldom heard in today's counter culture echo chamber.
 
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Law Bytes

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Michael Geist

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In recent years the intersection between law, technology, and policy has exploded as digital policy has become a mainstream concern in Canada and around the world. This podcast explores digital policies in conversations with people studying the legal and policy challenges, set the rules, or are experts in the field. It provides a Canadian perspective, but since the internet is global, examining international developments and Canada’s role in shaping global digital policy is be an important p ...
 
The official podcast of Comedians at Law. Discussing current events, legal issues, law school and entertainment all through the eyes and ears of four lawyers turned stand up comedians. Check them out at www.ComediansatLaw.com And follow Comedians at Law on Twitter (@ComediansatLaw) and use the hashtag #CALPod each week to send questions to be read and answered on the show.
 
Protorae Law’s DecodingIP™ podcast covers intellectual property IP and technology topics, including patent, trademark, and copyright issues, and fun tech and pop culture IP issues making headlines. We don’t deliver canned, boring summaries of lawsuits or use confusing legalese. Instead, we explain what the intellectual property issues that are grabbing headlines mean for you and your business, in plain English.
 
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 ...
 
Bloomberg Law's On The Merits brings you the biggest legal stories of the week, coupled with smart interviews and analysis on a variety of legal topics. You’ll hear voices and perspectives from across the legal industry, including reporters, editors, attorneys, legal scholars, and general counsel. And, from time to time, we'll pull out a court filing or legal opinion from the week that, for whatever reason, piqued our interest. Host: David Schultz.
 
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.
 
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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The global struggle for access to COVID-19 vaccines took a dramatic turn recently as the Biden Administration in the United States unexpectedly reversed its longstanding opposition to a patent waiver designed to facilitate access to vaccines in the developing world. The shift seemingly caught many by surprise. Pharmaceutical companies were quick to…
 
C.G. Moore, Ph.D., J.D., is a Partner at McBee Moore Woodward & Vanik IP, LLC., a boutique law firm based in Alexandria, Virginia, that specializes in intellectual property management in biotech, pharma, medical devices, and other life sciences-related industries. In this episode, C.G. describes his career path from experiencing the patenting proce…
 
Leaving an established corporate gig to branch out on your own can seem daunting, and for many, the risk remains too high. In today's episode of The Greatness Machine, Darius chats with Jeffrey Schox, general partner at Trucks Venture Capital, and the founder of Schox Patent Group, a boutique patent firm focused on startups. Jeffrey started his car…
 
In this episode, Shanthie Mariet D'Souza joins Shibani Mehta to analyze the question of aid and development in a Taliban led Afghanistan. The Western withdrawal from Afghanistan and the ensuing ascent of the Taliban has led to the collapse of the Afghan economy. The foreign aid, crucial towards sustaining the economy, has mostly stopped, resulting …
 
We conclude Season 1 of our 'In Conversation with Gowling WLG' podcast series with a special two-part episode, as global intellectual property partner Gordon Harris speaks to Robert MacDonald – a veritable legend of the IP world, a former colleague and long-time friend. We delve deep into IP, hearing Robert's high points and challenges, anecdotes, …
 
The Supreme Court of Canada recently brought a lengthy legal battle between Access Copyright and York University to an end, issuing a unanimous verdict written by retiring Justice Rosalie Abella that resoundingly rejected the copyright collective’s claims that its tariff is mandatory, finding that it had no standing to file a lawsuit for copyright …
 
Last week was a busy one in the wireless world in Canada. Just as people were debating the proposed Rogers – Shaw merger, the CRTC released its long awaited wireless decision involving the possibility of mandated MVNOs or mobile virtual network operators. While the CRTC notably concluded that Canadian wireless pricing is high relative to other coun…
 
Last week, the European Commission launched what promises to be a global, multi-year debate on the regulation of artificial intelligence. Several years in development, the proposed rules would ban some uses of AI, regulate others, and establish significant penalties for those that fail to abide by the rules. European leaders believe the initiative …
 
The public debate on Bill C-10 recently took a dramatic turn after the government unexpectedly removed legal safeguards designed to ensure the CRTC would not regulate user generated content. The resulting backlash has left political columnists comparing Canada to China in censoring the Internet, opposition MPs launching petitions with promises to f…
 
For his 100th column for Bloomberg Law, Roy Strom looked back at the seismic changes that have taken place in the legal industry during the pandemic. He says the pandemic has shown many of the country's biggest law firms that there is much more to Big Law than chasing prestige. Law firms are now opening satellite offices in Salt Lake City and Austi…
 
This past week Bill C-10, Internet free speech, and the government’s digital policy agenda went mainstream as a lead topic in government, the media, and among many Canadians. This week’s Law Bytes podcast departs from the standard format as I explain why the bill has suddenly become a hot topic, how the government has been inconsistent and at times…
 
Weeks into a high profile debate over Bill C-10, the issue of discoverability of Canadian content has emerged as a policy tug of war between supporters that want the CRTC to intervene by mandating the discoverability of Canadian content on sites such as Youtube and Tiktok and critics that argue the approach would raise significant freedom of expres…
 
Communications issues have been in the political spotlight in recent weeks with the controversial CRTC decision to reverse a pricing decision on wholesale broadband that swiftly led to calls for the resignation of Commission Chair Ian Scott as well as the ongoing battle over Bill C-10, which envisions granting extensive new powers to the CRTC. Konr…
 
Earlier this year, Senator Claude Carignan introduced Bill S-225, a bill that purports to address concerns about the viability of the Canadian media sector by amending the Copyright Act. The Senate has been studying the bill in recent weeks with Senator Paula Simons serving as the bill critic and one of the leads on the issue. Senator Simons was a …
 
Earlier this month, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada released a scathing report on the RCMP’s use of facial recognition technology, particularly its work with Clearview AI. The report was particularly damaging as the Commissioner found that the RCMP wasn’t truthful when it said it didn’t work with Clearview AI and then gave inaccurate information…
 
The Liberal government strategy to push through Bill C-10 bore fruit last week as the controversial Broadcasting Act reform bill, received House of Commons approval at 1:30 am on Tuesday morning. Bill C-10 proceeded to receive first reading in the Senate later that same day and after a series of Senate maneuvers, received second reading from Senato…
 
Several years ago, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada filed a reference with the federal court in a case that was billed as settling the “right to be forgotten” privacy issue. That may have overstated matters, but the case did address a far more basic question on whether the privacy law applies to Google’s search engine service when it indexes webp…
 
Bill S-225, Senator Claude Carignan’s copyright bill, would create a new compensation scheme for media organizations by establishing a new collective rights system for the use of news articles on digital platforms. It may not become law, but it has sparked considerable discussion within the Senate on the issue of media and Internet platforms. In fa…
 
The CRTC’s wireless decision earlier this year dubbed the “MVN-no” decision given its very limited opening to mobile virtual network operators in Canada sparked widespread frustration with the Commission. That decision included one less discussed element, however, namely the expectation that the major wireless carriers would introduce low-cost plan…
 
It's no secret that we tend to like to be around people who make us laugh. Whether it's a comedian on a stage, a partner who brings positive energy to a relationship or even a co-worker who makes the work day fun, it's a powerful draw. But do you learn how to be funny? Is there a formula for engaging with people in a way that entertains and amuses?…
 
Facebook has once again found itself in the political spotlight as Frances Haugen, a former data scientist and product manager with the company turned whistleblower, provided the source documents for an explosive investigative series in the Wall Street Journal followed by an appearance before a U.S. Senate committee. The Facebook Files series comes…
 
Joe is a fourth-year PhD candidate at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in the Laboratory of Dr. J.N. and R.F. Siliciano. If you are a Hopkins Biotech Podcast follower, you know Joe as the podcast co-director, producer and host. This time we have the pleasure to have him as a guest and to know more about his exciting career. His PhD t…
 
Grand Solar Minimum expert, David Dubyne from Adapt 2030, returns to Alfacast for an update on the effects of the incoming solar cycle. Drastically cooling temperatures are already upon us, and these cyclic solar-induced climate changes have been historically paired with the rise and fall of empires. Its impact will indeed be dramatic, especially i…
 
Most of us would like to live longer lives, but only if those extra years are healthy and happy. The science of longevity may seem relatively new, but in fact we've been increasing our own lifespans for the last century or so. We've gone from an average age of about 35 to something closer to 70-75 years, and that trend shows no sign of slowing down…
 
How greed and self-interest have expanded the gulf between the Global North and the Global South and given rise to VACCINE APARTHEID and VACCINE INEQUITY.Moderator: Maaza SeyoumPartnerships & CommunicationsLead: African AllianceGuests:Dr Kamran AbbasiBritish Medical Journal - Executive Editor for ContentDr Fifa RahmanCivil Society Representative, A…
 
This week IP Goes Pop! takes to the skies to explore intellectual property in the world of aviation. From the first flight in Kitty Hawk, NC, to the advancements in aircraft that came out of World War I, what patents have taken to the skies since the Wright Brothers first took flight in 1903? In this episode, Volpe Koenig Shareholders and IP Goes P…
 
Strap in for this one! Richard Balducci guides us through the world of conspiracy with master dot-connecting impossible to dismiss. Richard, an expert in astrology and the occult, began his journey as publisher of the satirical magazine Snicker. His research would eventually unveil secrets "hidden in plain sight", which still go without notice to t…
 
Host: Michele Katz Founding Partner Advitam IP, LLC - USA Guests: Dilek Zeybel Managing Partner Orbis IP & Law, Turkey In this episode, Michele catches up with Dilek Zeybel from Orbis IP & Law in Turkey. Dilek talks about her fascinating background from growing up in Germany with her Turkish parents and attending Jewish and Catholic schools. Moving…
 
Question: How can patent applications be sent to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office? Answer: All applications (provisional and nonprovisional) may be sent to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office by mail using the United States Postal Service, or they may be hand-carried to the Customer Service Window in Alexandria, Virginia. Chapter Details: The …
 
There are few things more demoralizing than pouring your heart and soul into a job (not to mention countless hours of dedicated work) only to have your employer let you go with barely a thank you for your hard work. Today's guest has experienced this first hand, but rather than allow it to stop her, she's used it to fuel her own massive success. In…
 
While the digital age has unleashed huge positive and beneficial opportunities, there are also more controversial, debatable, or even unlawful or harmful innovations. With hidden data breaches, dark web criminality, chatbots trolls, or deep fake impersonations, high technology provides anyone – literally anyone – with many easily accessible effecti…
 
Imagine being thirty years old with a beautiful spouse, a newborn baby, a gorgeous home, a sculpted body and a steady career. By most people's standards, you would be considered incredibly successful. However, beneath the veneer of success lies a dark secret - a deep sense of unhappiness, held fast in the grip of alcoholism and addiction. In today'…
 
In this episode of the Patenting for Inventors Podcast, I teach you how to research the history of a patent by using Public PAIR. You can see every document from the inventor and Patent Office, and use that information to help you understand why a patent was either allowed or rejected. Connect with Diament Patent Law E-mail: adam@diamentpatentlaw.c…
 
In this special episode, hosts April Abele Isaacson and Kimberlynn Davis are joined by Kilpatrick Townsend Communications Manager (and co-producer of the Sidebars by Kilpatrick Townsend podcast) Kristina Travaillot to discuss the topic of mental health in the workplace. This is an especially important topic these days, when the whole world is still…
 
Erik Casano is the embodiment of the most fundamental maxim for practitioners in the healing arts, which is "heal thyself". Erik began his incredible in-depth journey through the world of natural health care modalities by healing himself from late-stage cancer. As the founder of Aquarian Alchemy and a wellness coach, Erik specializes in conscious c…
 
How has the intellectual property landscape changed over the last 40 years and how has this impacted IP case law globally? And, what was it really like acting on largescale cases in Soviet Russia? We conclude Season 1 of our 'In Conversation with Gowling WLG' podcast series with a special two-part episode, as global intellectual property partner Go…
 
On today’s show we cover all the news that literally broke in the last three days: 1) Epik Hack: https://threatpost.com/epik-confirms-hack-data/174872/ 2) Facebook WhistleBlower: https://gizmodo.com/9-horrifying-facts-from-the-facebook-whistleblowers-new-1847791184 3) Do we really need a VPN? : https://www.vice.com/en/article/xgxnwk/you-probably-do…
 
When some companies started implementing vaccine mandates on their employees, it was only a matter of time before they applied the same rules to their job applicants as well. According to a recent survey, nearly one third of employers are now disqualifying candidates who cannot or will not confirm that they've received a Covid-19 vaccine. Bloomberg…
 
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