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Need to decide if you should file patent applications abroad? In this advanced webinar series, we'll take a look at strategies and best practices for key countries outside of the United States.
How to Win Friends and Influence Patent Examiners
In this presentation, we'll take a look at the USPTO's count system and how it is used to influence and evaluate the performance of Patent Examiners.
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Check out this webinar to see what a University or Corporation needs to assure its rightful ownership of inventions.

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Attorney Timothy Grathwol to Teach at Mitchell Hamline This Fall

Once again, Schwegman attorney Timothy Grathwol will be instructing aspiring attorneys in Patent Prosecution in a semester long third-year course at Mitchell Hamline.

Tim has been an adjunct professor teaching this course at Mitchell Hamline since 2010. This fall, Dale Bjorkman, a partner at Kagan Binder in Stillwater, MN, will again join him in teaching the Patent Prosecution course.

Tim’s practice includes U.S. and international patent procurement in mechanical, aerospace, and computer technologies, as well as infringement and validity counseling, freedom-to-operate studies, due diligence, and portfolio management. Tim has experience with heating and cooling systems, including liquid desiccant and membrane energy exchangers, aircraft and industrial power gas turbine engines, implantable medical devices including cardiac and neuro stimulation, drug infusion devices, and helical fixation for endovascular grafts and stent grafts, and a variety of software, computing and networking technologies.

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