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Learn Tips for Analytics and Budgeting in Upcoming IPWatchdog Webinars

Process changes can help an organization use funds more wisely. Schwegman Analytics Chair Mark Stignani and Schwegman of counsel attorney Benjamin Brown will each be speakers in upcoming IPWatchdog webinars. They will discuss two ways that IP teams can make smart use of resources: analytics and budgeting.

Mark will speak in the November 12 webinar, “Analytics Managed Prosecution: Discovering Value and Optimizing Goals.” He will join Bernard Tomsa, a shareholder with Brooks Kushman P.C., and Gene Quinn, President and CEO of IPWatchdog, Inc. Attendees will learn how applying analytics through the IP lifecycle can help save costs and improve profitability. Mark explains, “The more analytics you apply, the more quickly you can find out where money is being wasted and then use those funds on something that’s more profitable. We’ll discuss how to use analytics to increase your portfolio yield without paying more.”

On November 19, Benjamin Brown will speak in the webinar, “Planning for 2020: Considerations for Building Your IP Budget.” Benjamin is of counsel at Schwegman, Lundberg & Woessner, P.A.  He was formerly Assistant General Counsel of Intellectual Property for Analog Devices, Inc. “Budgeting is a necessary thing you need to do,” Ben describes. “We’ll discuss, how can you budget better? What do you measure success by?” Ben will join Gene Quinn, President and CEO of IPWatchdog, Inc.; Carlo Cotrone, Senior IP Counsel for Baker Hughes; and Rich Kolar, Services Solutions Consultant at Clarivate Analytics. “We’ll talk about best practices for budgeting for next year,” Ben continues. “We’ll cover using metrics, such as how many office actions did you file this year? How much did you spend? How many do you think you’ll do next year? It’s about taking what you’ve done, understanding your piece prices, and considering how that relates to your future.”

To register for these upcoming webinars, please visit IPWatchdog.

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