Patent Law Essentials: What Scientists, Engineers & Entrepreneurs Need to Know

Friday, January 27, 2023 at 9:00am to 4:00pm

Instructors: Stephen M. Hou, Ryan (Hyunjong) Jin, Julian G. Pymento

Date: Friday, January 27, 2023, 9am-4pm
Location: MIT Room W20-491
Advance sign-up required: https://forms.gle/nRwJ3QLqXyGN4TMF9
Sponsor(s):  MIT Graduate Student Council 
 
Patent protection for inventions is a valuable component of business strategy for startups and established companies. This workshop is an overview of how patents work, and covers the basics of U.S. patent law, including inventorship, patentability, the patent application process, prosecution, litigation, and licensing. We will discuss what recent developments in patent law mean for inventors, and draw examples ranging from the computer software to the pharmaceutical industries. All members of the MIT community (including alumni) are welcome, especially students and post-docs in science, engineering, and business. Lunch refreshments will be served!
Event Type

Conferences/Seminars/Lectures

Website

https://forms.gle/nRwJ3QLqXyGN4TMF9

Contact Email

patent-workshop@mit.edu

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