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Ownership Transfer Analytics
Ownership transfer analytics can reveal a great deal of information about the strategic needs and perceptions of a company. This program will explain how to execute these analytics and the insight to be gained from them.
How to Maximize Protection: Patenting Inventions Including Chemical Features
Obtaining patent protection for inventions including chemical features has important differences from other subject matter. Learn how to maximize your chances of obtaining broad protection.
The Advanced Guide to Understanding the Unified Patent Court (UPC) and Unitary Patent (UP) Under the European Patent System
Later this year the Unified Patent Court (UPC) and Unitary Patent (UP) will come into effect, which will impact all users of the European patent system. This webinar will provide an overview of the new legal system and strategic considerations.

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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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