Your Intellectual Property Webinars: Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) and Hague Strategies for Filing AbroadMarch 14, 2017
|Start Date||March 14, 2017|
|End Date||March 14, 2017|
|Time||12:00pm - 1:30pm Central Time|
|Contact Info||Hollis Robinson
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|Register Online||Register for Event|
For small businesses participating in the SBIR/STTR program,understanding Intellectual Property (IP) ‐ Patents, Trade Secrets,Trademarks, and Copyrights ‐ is necessary to protect your ideas,products and product names in today’s knowledge economy. These90‐minute webinars have been designed specifically to address themost common IP issues facing small businesses funded by theSBIR/STTR program. They will cover all aspects of Intellectual Propertyprotection as well as help you understand your IP Data Rights under theSBIR/STTR grant/contract.
Space is limited to 200 people per webinar! Register early!
Webinars will be offered at 1 P.M. Eastern
3/14 – Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) and Hague Strategies for Filing Abroad led by Layla Lauchman
This module will explore building the international patent portfolio, using the “one-stop shopping” Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) for utility patents, including an overview of the differences between the US (utility) patent system and patents internationally, considerations in developing an international patent filing strategy, filing patents in non-PCT countries, and an overview of initiatives to harmonize patent systems. This module also will include information on the Hague System, to which the United States is expected to accede sometime in 2015 and which provides “one-stop shopping” for design patents, and as well as filing for design protection in non-Hague countries. In addition, we shall briefly touch on other types of intellectual property for protecting designs.
United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)