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New York City Bar Association holds nanotech patent panel
Posted on June 12, 2006
Nanotechnology Patent Law
Monday, June 19, 2006 at 6:30 p.m.
The Science & Law Committee and Patents Committee invite you to a panel discussion about nanotechnology, the science of manipulating matter at the molecular level. The race to patent this new technology has produced a flood of broad and overlapping patents. These "patent thickets" may spur considerable patent litigation and make it challenging for companies to commercialize the revolutionary advances in medicine, electronics, manufacturing and other fields made possible by nanotechnology. This panel discussion will be held at 42 West 44th Street, and is open to the public.
Managing Editor, Nanotechnology Law & Business (New York)
President, Harris & Harris Group, Inc., and Co-Editor-in-Chief, Nanotechnology Law & Business (New York)
Author, The Handbook of Nanotechnology Business, Policy, and Intellectual Property Law, and VP for Intellectual Property at Arrowhead Research (Pasadena)
President, Bawa Biotechnology Consulting LLC (Ashburn, VA), and Patent Agent/Advisor, RPI (Troy, NY)
Director of Patent Operations, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati (Reston, VA), and former Deputy Commissioner for Patent Operations, US PTO (Alexandria, VA)
Nanotechnology Subcommittee Chair
Science & Law Committee
New York City Bar
42 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036
(212) 382-6600, www.nycbar.org
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