The Better Mousetrap: How to Protect It with Patents and Trademarks

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1 Substantive Credit
Provide an overview of patents, trademarks and copyrights in terms understandable to the non-specialist, along with options a non-specialist may have for a client seeking advice in these areas.

Topics of Discussions:
*Overview of Patents
Definition/examples; How do you know if you need a patent?; Pitfalls to patentability; Costs for patents; How does someone infringe a patent?
*Overview of Trademarks
Definitions/examples; Federal registration vs. Common Law rights; How to select a trademark; Pitfalls for trademarks; Costs for Trademarks; How does someone infringe a trademark?
*Overview of Copyrights
Definition/examples; Federal registration or not?; Costs for copyrights; How does someone infringe a copyright

Speaker: James C. Porcelli, Esquire
*Patent Attorney with the Webb Law Firm for the past 20 years
*Registered Patent Attorney, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
*Registered Professional Engineer, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania


Preregistration fees must be prepaid at least 24 hours in advance. Those who do not prepay at least 24 hours in advance will be charged the walk-in fee.
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February 13th, 2018 12:00 PM   through   1:15 PM
WBA Members $ 30.00
Non-Members $ 50.00
Non-Credit $ 10.00
Non-credit Young Lawyer (practicing 10 years or less) $ 0.00

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