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Avoiding the Pitfalls of Open Source Software, while Reaping the Benefits
Open source software is probably one of the most innovative advances in software development in the last couple decades. However, it also is the source of greatest risk for intellectual property. Learn how to avoid the open source pitfalls in this webinar.
The 8 Types of IP Analytics
To lay the framework for webinar episodes 9-16, this program provides an overview of the eight fundamental categories of IP analytics.
Best Practices for Efficient Docketing of Routine Formalities: Part II
There are a dizzying array of requirements in various countries for formal documents, and a corresponding array of deadlines. Learn about the most common requirements and how best to docket for them.

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Schwegman Welcomes Back Russ Slifer
Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner, PA is pleased to announce that Russell Slifer has joined the firm as a Principal.
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Schwegman Welcomes Back Russ Slifer
Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner, PA is pleased to announce that Russell Slifer has joined the firm as a Principal. Russ served as the Deputy Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Deputy Directory of…
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Schwegman "Highly Recommended" in IAM 2017 Rankings
The IAM (Intellectual Asset Management) 1,000 and IAM Strategy 300 rankings for 2017 have been released, and Schwegman is proud to announce that it has once again been ranked as a top firm.  In the state of…
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Schwegman Attorney Theresa Stadheim to Speak at AIPLA IP Practice in Europe Committee Paris Meeting
Schwegman attorney Theresa Stadheim will be in Paris on June 12th presenting on the patentability of software as part of the AIPLA IP Practice in Europe Committee meetings. These AIPLA hosted meetings are taking place throughout the year and across Europe. The IP…
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Six Trademark Takeaways
In case you missed yesterday's webinar on "Getting Trademarks Right and Building Powerful Brand Equity from the Start," here is a quick video recap with six takeaways. To view the full 30 minute presentation with Brent Farese and…
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Docketing Excellence™ Seminar Minneapolis June 8th
 The SLW Institute and Black Hills IP are partnering to present a full-day complimentary docketing seminar in Minneapolis for docketing personnel, legal assistants and paralegals. This interactive seminar will provide docketing best practices, delve into…
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David Black Speaking at IPO’s 2017 European Practice Committee Conference
On Thursday, May 18, Schwegman Principal David Black, will present on Evolving Patent Strategies for the U.S. at the IPO 2017 European Practice Committee Conference in Paris, France. This year’s European Practice Committee Conference is…
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Schwegman Welcomes Fred Nicholson
Schwegman is happy to announce the recent hiring of attorney Fred Nicholson. Fred is an attorney in the Silicon Valley office of Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner. His legal practice focuses on patent prosecution and strategic patent portfolio…
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AIPLA 2017 Electronic and Computer Patent Law Summit
Schwegman is pleased to again serve as a sponsor of the upcoming AIPLA 2017 Electronic and Computer Patent Law.  This year’s summit is scheduled for June 21, 2017 in Toronto, making it the first time that…
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Ten Commandments of Law Firm Risk Management (May 2)
David Kramer and Theo Nittis, of Oswald Companies will be at the Schwegman office to present on crucial risk management lessons that every attorney should know. As a former practicing attorney, David Kramer uses his legal…
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Manhattan March for Science
This following is a recap of the Manhattan March for Science by Robin Chadwick. The March for Science in Manhattan was smaller than the January 2017 Women’s March in Washington, but large enough that the “entry point” for…
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Fairchild (Taiwan) Corp. v. Power Integrations, Inc.
In my last post, I discussed estoppel in the context in inter partes review, in which defendant filed for IPR after losing in the courts. The Board found the claims-in-suit to be obvious. The Federal Circuit…
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Novartis AG, LTS et al. v. Noven Pharmaceuticals, Inc. – Prior Judicial Opinions Don’t Bind the PTAB
After Novartis’ patents were found nonobvious by the Fed. Cir., affirming the Delaware District Court, defendant Noven filed for inter partes review (IPR) of U.S. Pat. Nos. 6316023 and 6335031, on rivastigmine and an antioxidant.…
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