Once again, Schwegman attorney Timothy Grathwol will be instructing aspiring attorneys in Patent Prosecution in a semester long third-year course at Mitchell Hamline. Tim has been an adjunct professor teaching this course at Mitchell Hamline since 2010. This fall, Dale Bjorkman, a partner at Kagan Binder in Stillwater, MN, will again join him in teaching […]
Schwegman Attorney, Theresa Stadheim will be speaking in the Strafford CLE webinar, “Functional Claiming for Mechanical and Electrical Arts” on Thursday September 7, 2017 at 1:00pm. Theresa will be part of a panel examining recent court treatment and how to navigate the issue of functionality given the uncertainties in the context of prosecution and litigation. Some […]
Schwegman attorney Theresa Stadheim will be in Paris on June 12th presenting on the patentability of software as part of the AIPLA IP Practice in Europe Committee meetings. These AIPLA hosted meetings are taking place throughout the year and across Europe. The IP Practice in Europe Committee works to establish and maintain relations with professional societies in Europe whose members are interested in […]
On Thursday, May 18, Schwegman Principal David Black, will present on Evolving Patent Strategies for the U.S. at the IPO 2017 European Practice Committee Conference in Paris, France. This year’s European Practice Committee Conference is titled “Now that we’ve got IP, what are we going to do with it?”
Piers Blewett was a panelist on West LegalEdcenter’s presentation, “Patent Best Practices: “Insiders” Advice for In-House Counsel Patent Application Drafting.” This presentation provided insight into the patent drafting process and the best ways to interact with all the parties involved.
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.
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.