Come to a presentation hosted by the UCAR Office of General Counsel at 9:00am on Nov 8th in the CG-1 South Auditorium to find out how
Patent and intellectual property protection is an important topic for all scientists and engineers at UCAR and NCAR. With the passage of the America Invents Act, patent laws have radically changed to protect the first-to-file rather than the first-to-invent. The Act also authorizes certain administrative changes that are expected to help the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) more effectively address the backlog of patent applications.
How will the new law impact scientists and engineers? Come find out at a presentation hosted by the UCAR Office of General Counsel on Tuesday, November 8th from 9:00am to 10:30am in the CG-1 South Auditorium (room 1210). The UCAR Office of General Counsel has teamed up with registered patent attorneys, Curt Ollila and David Wilbert, to explain the legal changes included in the Act and the practical impact of these changes on inventors and on institutions like UCAR.
Please RSVP to this presentation by November 7th.
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