Patent and Trademark Primer - MCLE Course, June 2013
|This presentation provides an overview of both the trademark and patent process for the intellectual property attorney. It is also for those attorneys who do not practice in the field of intellectual property, but would like to know some basics so they can advise clients properly when drafting license agreements, and counsel clients as to when patents or trademarks should be filed, in order to protect their rights.
The course covers searching (due diligence), preparing applications, filing, and navigating the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Key course points are:
• Prosecuting a Trademark to issuance.
• Prosecuting a Patent to issuance.
• Spotting when something might be patentable.
• Spotting when something might require a trademark.
• Understanding Intellectual Property.
Michael J. Feigin, Esq. has drafted many technology patents in the fields of telecommunications, software patents, business method patents, biological patents, chemical patents, and mechanical devices.
A graduate of Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey and Seton Hall Law School in Newark, New Jersey, Mr. Feigin is a licensed Attorney in New Jersey, New York and at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (U.S. Patent Office Reg No. 59,013).