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Common U.S. Trademark Docketing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
This presentation will discuss the stages that require docketing follow-up, the most common associated docketing mistakes, and how to anticipate and avoid them.
Overcoming Licensing Issues for Universities
University licensing of IP can help fund research and development, provide financial incentives to faculty inventors, create start-ups, and promote collaboration with established corporations. Check out this webinar to learn more
Managing Final Office Actions & Responses, also RCE Practice
The process to manage final office actions and responses is surprisingly complex. Learn how paralegals manage the tasks involved with responding to final office actions.
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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.

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Michael Dunnam Joins Schwegman

Schwegman is pleased to welcome attorney Michael P. Dunnam to the firm.

Prior to joining Schwegman, Michael was a patent prosecution partner at a large general practice firm. Michael started his career as a patent examiner before joining an IP boutique that was later acquired by the large general practice firm.  Michael has extensive patent prosecution experience in the electrical and computer arts and in conducting due diligence projects, drafting joint venture agreements and freedom to operate opinions, client counseling, and development of portfolios for early stage and university clients.  Michael’s technical fields include telephony, audio/video, signal processing, computer hardware and software, Internet, computer graphics, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound, medical electronics, wireless power systems, laser optics, RFID, electro-mechanical systems, circuits, compressors, and a variety of business method technologies.

Michael has served as an adjunct professor at the Law School of the University of Pennsylvania in the Detkin Intellectual Property Law Clinic since 2015 and has taught in the Advanced Patent Prosecution Workshop at the Practising Law Institute since 2012. He also served as an adjunct professor at Temple University in the Beasley School of Law from 2012-2016 and was a guest lecturer in the Detkin Intellectual Property Law Clinic from 2012-2014.

Michael is also active in the American Intellectual Property Law Association and recently served as chair of the Electronic and Computer Law Committee and as a member of the 101 Task Force.  He has also been actively involved in the Partnering in Patents program with the USPTO for 20 years.

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