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Stay Connected with a Summer of Complimentary Webinars

This summer, the SLW Institute is providing a wide range of webinars to help you advance your IP knowledge. Presented by Schwegman attorneys and guests, these online seminars address practical, relevant topics. They provide useful information about subjects such as artificial intelligence, the online marketplace, international practice, electronic signatures, and patent analytics. You can watch presentations live as they are happening, or view recordings and materials at your convenience. SLW Institute presentations are free of charge.

Recent and upcoming SLW Institute webinars include:

The SLW Institute also partners with Black Hills IP to create educational content. Recently Black Hills IP has offered the webinars:

In addition, Schwegman attorneys make presentations through other organizations. In May, Piers Blewett and Francois deVilliers appeared in the KPMG webinar, Innovating Our Way Through the Coronavirus Pandemic. Jose Nunez also presented Patenting Artificial Intelligence at a patent meetup group.

New webinars and other events are frequently added to the schedule. To browse through webinars, as well as blog articles and IP Playbook resources, visit the SLW Institute.

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