Theresa Stadheim will be speaking at the AIPLA Mid-Winter Institute on February 1, 2017. Her presentation will cover the interaction between 112(f) and 112(b) in software inventions.
AIPLA’s Women in IP Committee have announced Theresa Stadheim as the latest Woman to Watch! The Women to Watch Series was created to honor women who have created their own paths, lead through strong examples, and are achieving successes as a result of their choices and leadership. To view a full copy of the article, including a Q&A […]
Schwegman is pleased to announce the recent hiring of patent attorney, Ken Nigon. Ken brings over 32 years of IP law experience in a broad range of computer and electronic technologies including video compression and transmission, telecommunications, computer architecture, digital image design, machine vision, location systems and system software. Ken is a former Treasurer and long-time active […]
Tim Bianchi will be a part of a panel discussion on current PTAB issues at the upcoming Patent Experts Conference (January 14-17). The conference is conducted by the Naples Roundtable, bringing together experts in patent law to exchange ideas on how to improve the patent system.
Along with the Women in IP Law Association, Schwegman is happy to sponsor an Intellectual Property themed event for the Girl Scouts at the Como Zoo on December 10. The girl scouts will gain insights into product innovation as they develop creative ideas to solve everyday problems. The girls will be guided through games, activities and […]
Congratulations to Tim Bianchi, Mike Schwegman, Steve Lundberg, Warren Woessner on being named Super Lawyers for 2016 and Steve Komarec for being named a Rising Star.
Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner would like to congratulate our attorneys that were recognized as “IP Stars” by Managing Intellectual Property (MIP) magazine. The IP Stars is a global ranking of practitioners based on a weighted system of peer and client feedback, combined with submissions analysis and independent research. The following attorneys were named as IP STARS: […]
The Minneapolis Star Tribune has written about the Pediatric Device Innovation Consortium (PDIC) at the University of Minnesota and their work to develop new devices to help children. Schwegman attorney Dave Black is on the board of the PDIC. You can read more about it here.