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With Eric Leininger (CEO, PatentDive).
Thursday, July 20, 2017 at 12:30 PM    Cost: Absolutely Free
Galvanize NYC, 315 Hudson St, 2nd Fl
 
     
 
 
              

      
 
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About This Workshop:

As you figure out your go to market strategy, protecting your ideas is important.
You think patent seminars are boring & mind-numbing? This fun, interactive presentation will teach you about patents in two parts:

Part 1: The Patent Chart is an easy-to-navigate map, which can help your company determine whether or not you should file for patent protection. Attendees will be able to take home their own patent chart for future reference.

Part 2: A multi-media presentation to teach you what makes a strong patent, using examples such as submarines & sea monsters.

This isn't any ordinary patent seminar -- you'll be gaining valuable knowledge without any effort. Come join us!

Who should attend?

Anyone with a novel idea that they want to learn how to protect.

Meet Your Instructor:

Eric Leininger

PatentDiveCEO

New Orleans, Louisiana

Eric Leininger holds a PhD in Cell & Molecular Biology (Neuroscience) from Tulane University. He is also a USPTO-registered patent agent. He has over 10 years of hands-on programming experience in a variety of programming languages. Moreover, he has the unique perspective of being both a patent professional & an entrepreneur.

While helping prepare patent applications for other entrepreneurs, Eric found it was difficult for patent professionals & entrepreneurs to effectively communicate about the invention. Therefore, he wrote software to facilitate better communication, which speeds up & helps alleviate the pain of the patent preparation process. His early prototype eventually led to the formation of PatentDive. Funded by the National Science Foundation, PatentDive builds gamified software tools for invention disclosure & the rapid creation of patent applications.

 
 
 
 
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