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American Bar Association Section of Intellectual Property Law PANEL DISCUSSION The Future of Patent Preparation and Prosecution Sponsored by Committee 508 Economics of the Profession Why Have a Panel Discussion? Cross Currents Big GP firms can’t do prep & pros profitably/effectively.

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American Bar AssociationSection of Intellectual Property Law


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PANEL DISCUSSION

The Future of Patent Preparation and Prosecution


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Sponsored by Committee 508Economics of the Profession


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Why Have a Panel Discussion?Cross Currents

  • Big GP firms can’t do prep & pros profitably/effectively.

  • Boutiques are dying.

  • Companies don’t want to train/support prep & pros.

  • Companies can’t find effective counsel for prep & pros.


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Four Law Firm/Corporate Representatives

  • Boutique Patent Law Firm

    • Schwegman, Lundberg, Woessner & Kluth

  • GP Firm With Patent Section

    • Howrey Simon Arnold & White

  • Corporation That Sends Out Most Prosecution

    • Microsoft

  • Corporation That Keeps Most Prosecution In-House

    • GlaxoSmithKline


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FORMAT

  • Bradley A. Forrest – Shareholder, Schwegman, Lundberg, Woessner & Kluth, Minneapolis, MN

  • Roger May – Partner, Howrey Simon Arnold & White, and President & CEO, Maxiam (A Howrey company), Chicago, IL

  • Mark A. Guetlich – Corporate Attorney, Patent Group, Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, WA

  • Robert A. Brink – VP, Intellectual Property, GlaxoSmithKline, Research Triangle Park, NC

  • Questions


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