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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.
Patent Count Analytics & Comparisons
Patent count analytics are a staple of patent analytics. This program explains the nuances of these analytics and the strengths and weaknesses of each. Attendees of this program will learn how to perform all the basic types of patent count analytics, and the value of each type.
Running an Effective Invention Disclosure & Patenting Program
If you’re properly prepared for an invention disclosure, the patent application drafting process should take six to eight weeks. But if you’re not prepared, the application process could stretch for months, even a year. Join this webinar to learn the key steps to running an effective invention disclosure and patenting program.

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Schwegman Welcomes Fred Nicholson

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 development, with an emphasis on systems and networking software. 

Fred has a deep background in software engineering from many years of experience in the industry, specifically with systems and networking software. He began his career developing TCP/IP protocol stacks for Hewlett Packard’s commercial operating systems. He also developed embedded operating systems and network security software during his software engineering career. After ten years of hands-on software development, Fred held various management level positions, managing software development teams of up to 40 individuals.   

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