Dr. Jonathan Schuchardt, partner at Dilworth IP, will be hosting a FREE webinar on Wednesday April 20th at 1:00 PM (EDT). This session, entitled Unexpected Results under Section 103 and the Federal Circuit will explore recent Federal Circuit cases focused on the quantity and quality of unexpected results that a patentee needs to prevail over in a patentability challenge. The webinar will also touch upon other secondary considerations of non-obviousness and consider the impact of the Supreme Court’s decision in KSR v. Teleflex, particularly in the electromechanical arts.

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 Jonathan L. Schuchardt, Ph.D., J.D., helps scientists, engineers, R&D managers, and business leaders understand complex intellectual property matters so they can protect valuable inventions, avoid conflicts, and innovate with confidence.  Fluent in organic chemistry, catalysis, and polymer chemistry, Jon is an expert in devising patent strategies, growing patent portfolios, and improving IP processes.  Jon is a skillful draftsman, communicator, teacher, and advocate.  Since joining Dilworth IP in 2011, Jon has drafted and prosecuted patent applications, prepared freedom-to-practice opinions, and counseled the firm’s clients on a variety of intellectual property issues.  Previously, Jon was Senior Counsel at LyondellBasell Industries in Newtown Square, PA, where he supported various business areas with patent application drafting, prosecution, counseling, agreement work, transaction support, and client education.  Before transitioning to patent practice, Jon worked for Lyondell’s predecessor ARCO Chemical Company as a research chemist, primarily in the area of polymer synthesis.

Dilworth IP is an intellectual property and business law firm providing legal services in the areas of patent and trademark prosecution, opinions and agreements in the chemical, biotech, pharmaceutical, medical device, material science, consumer products, electronics, software, and semiconductor industries. We’ve been in the lab. Whether your invention is a controlled-release pharmaceutical, a fuel cell, or a new circuit schematic, our attorneys will speak your language and listen well. We’ll quickly grasp nuances of your complex technology and capture the IP protection you deserve. To learn more about the firm, please visit www.dilworthip.com.