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Patent 101 Seminar

Listen to the Patent 101 podcast entitled "How to Protect New Products and Discoveries"

2009 Patent 101 Seminar was presented by Kathryn Doyle J.D., formerly of Drinker Biddle & Reath law firm in Philadelphia, presently a founder of Riverside Law.

Patent 101 Seminar Presentation

The Office of Cooperative Research annually hosts this seminar in the fall.   This seminar will discuss patent law basics, including strategies for avoiding common pitfalls that can jeopardize your intellectual property rights.  This seminar is intended for any faculty member, researcher or student interested in learning more about how patenting and licensing relate to scientific innovation.  


Topics Covered:

  • Requirements for patentability
  • What constitutes a public disclosure
  • Inventorship vs. authorship
  • Keeping a laboratory notebook
  • Evaluating Prior Art
  • Communications that can affect patentability
  • Federally funded inventions
  • Licensing and Commercialization

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Click here to view pictures from the Patent 101 Seminar held at TAC on October 1, 2008



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