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AUTM 2019 Annual Meeting

Schwegman is proud to sponsor the First-Time Attendee Networking Event at the AUTM 2019 Annual Meeting on Sunday, February 10 in Austin, TX.  AUTM’s Annual Meeting invites technology transfer professionals from around the globe to network, make deals and gain valuable insights from world-class speakers and panels. This four-day meeting will be held on February 10-13 at […]

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Annual MABL Scholarship Gala

Schwegman is proud to sponsor the 2018 MABL Scholarship Gala. The Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers (MABL) is the leading minority bar association whose mission is to promote and support the professional development of Black lawyers, judges, and law students in Minnesota. This annual event will be held at the Marriot City Center in Minneapolis, […]

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IP Strategies for Medical Device Technologies: Be Your Own Incubator

Principal attorney Doug Portnow is a contributing writer of the newly published American Bar Association book, “IP Strategies for Medical Device Technologies: Be Your Own Incubator.” This book is an essential resource for inventors, attorneys, IP professionals, or anyone with an interest in medical device IP for understanding the nuances of protecting and launching a […]

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Ten Commandments of Law Firm Risk Management (May 2)

David Kramer and Theo Nittis, of Oswald Companies will be at the Schwegman office to present on crucial risk management lessons that every attorney should know. As a former practicing attorney, David Kramer uses his legal background to assist law firms of all sizes with insurance placement, policy structuring, and risk management. Prior to entering the […]

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Manhattan March for Science

This following is a recap of the Manhattan March for Science by Robin Chadwick. The March for Science in Manhattan was smaller than the January 2017 Women’s March in Washington, but large enough that the “entry point” for us was changed from 62nd Street to 64th and then to 68th Street as we moved up Broadway to get over […]

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Fairchild (Taiwan) Corp. v. Power Integrations, Inc.

In my last post, I discussed estoppel in the context in inter partes review, in which defendant filed for IPR after losing in the courts. The Board found the claims-in-suit to be obvious. The Federal Circuit affirmed that the courts and the PTAB could reach different conclusions about patentability. In Fairchild (Appeal no. 17-1002 (Fed. Cir., […]

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