IP Master Class: Ten Things your Patent Attorney may NOT tell you (& you WILL WANT to know)

February 14, 2006
Edward J. Kelly

Three Ropes & Gray partners with deep experience in patent litigation, life sciences patent prosecution, and electromechanical patent prosecution share ten lessons regarding the practical world of patent law.  Patenting is too important to your business to be delegated solely to patent specialists.  You need to be an educated client.  Armed with this session's information, you can ask questions of your patent attorney and analyze your situation in a much more effective way.  Applying just one insight to your business could supercharge your patenting, avoid major pitfalls, allow you to manage risk more effectively, or avoid costly patenting activities.  Ropes & Gray was ranked in November 2005 as the No. 1 law firm for patent prosecution, tied for No. 6 for patent litigation, and tied for No. 3 overall in a survey of Fortune 250 general counsel.

Note: Dial-in information and presentation materials will be e-mailed to all registrants by February 14, 2006.

Ropes & Gray Speakers

Edward J. Kelly
Edward J. Kelly
Retired Partner