A Busy March for Dilworth IP
We have an exciting and busy month ahead of us as several members of Dilworth IP’s team prepare to give presentations through various means during March.
On March 6th, Michael Dilworth and Rosemary Miano will be presenting jointly at the 2014 BioPlastics Convention at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, NV. The convention’s theme is The Re-invention of Plastics and it seeks to be a means for business professionals and scientists to explore the potential that this new and burgeoning technology offers. The title of Mike and Rosemary’s talk is Strategic Considerations Amid the Changing Patent Landscape for the BioPlastics Industry. More information about the event is available at the convention’s website found HERE.
Later in the month, on March 25th, Dilworth IP is sponsoring a Yale BioHaven Entrepreneurship Series event hosted jointly by CURE (Connecticut United for Research Excellence) and Yale University’s Office of Cooperative Research. Dilworth IP’s own Dr. Anthony Sabatelli will be moderating the panel of experts during discussion of the many issues raised by the Supreme Court’s controversial Myriad decision in 2013. The panel will share their varying perspectives as representatives from industry, academia, the legal profession, and venture capital investing. The discussion is entitled The Myriad Decision — Impact on Entrepreneurship In Diagnostics and Customized Medicines and will take place at 4pm at the Anlyan Center at the Yale School of Medicine, 300 Cedar Street, New Haven, CT. There is no cost to attend this event. Click HERE for more information and to RSVP.
On the heels of the BioHaven event, Dr. Jon Schuchardt will be hosting Dilworth IP’s first ever webinar presentation on Thursday, March 27th at 1:00pm EDT. The title of his talk is Effective Invention Disclosures and is designed to help scientists, inventors, and R&D leaders in their interactions with patent counsel by offering tips on writing good, solid invention disclosures that will provide a strong foundation for any subsequent patent applications. The webinar is entirely FREE. To register for this presentation, please follow this link.