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Standard-Essential Patents: Legal and Technical Challenges

Principal attorney Theresa Stadheim spoke on Standard Essential Patents (SEPs) in Milan, Italy on June 12.  The talk was part of an open seminar between AIPLA (American IP Law Association) and Italian patenting and licensing organizations Collegio-FICPI, LES Italia, and AICIPPI.  Theresa discussed SEPs generally and gave the US perspective regarding standards-setting organizations (SSOs) and […]

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AIPLA Mid-Winter Institute | January 24 - 27

Schwegman is proud to sponsor the New Member/First-Time Attendee Reception at the upcoming AIPLA Mid-Winter Institute.  The Mid-Winter Institute will take place in La Quinta, CA. Schwegman attorney Michael P. Dunnam will be speaking at the event. His presentation is titled “Claiming Strategies for Fintech, Cloud Computing, and Business Methods: Plan Ahead for Patent Eligibility […]

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Girl Scouts Innovation Sensation

Theresa Stadheim will be leading a Girl Scout training session titled “Innovation Sensation with Schwegman Lundberg and Woessner” on December 9, 2017. The class will be held  at the Science Museum of Minnesota in St. Paul.  The course will help scouts gain insights into product innovation as they develop creative ideas to solve everyday problems […]

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Partnering in Patents at USPTO

Schwegman attorneys Gregory Rabin and Theresa Stadheim will be presenting at Partnering in Patents at the United States Patent and Trademark Office in Alexandria, VA on October 18, 2017. Partnering in Patents is a CLE program which functions as a pre-meeting to the AIPLA Annual Meeting. Theresa will be providing case law and legislative updates […]

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AIPLA Annual Meeting | October 19-21

Schwegman is sponsoring the upcoming AIPLA 2017 Annual Meeting in Washinton, D.C. Warren Woessner, founding shareholder of Schwegman, will be presenting at the meeting on Thursday, October 19 as part of a panel on patent prosecution trends titled “Obvious or Not Obvious: It Depends on Which Side You’re On.” He will be speaking about overcoming rejections […]

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