Patent Prosecution and valuation

Date: 03-28-2023

Time: 05:00 PM

Location: zoom

What: Patent Prosecution and valuation
  When: March. 28, 2023, 5pm, Tuesday
  Where: Zoom (details below)
  Cost: Admission is Free

This presentation will be on zoom

Kip plans to present on the introductory nuts and bolts of patent prosecution for an audience of inventors. Additionally, Kip plans to discuss the various ways patents are valued, including the heavy skew in patent valuation (1 patent in a portfolio of 100 patents can drive the value of the entire value of the portfolio), the tendency of patents to not be enforced or monetized, the brittle nature of patent enforcement value, as well as non-enforcement reasons for obtaining patents, including signaling, credentialing, satisfying investors, and rewarding inventors.
Speaker Biography:

Kip has been practicing intellectual property law for over 15 years and is registered before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Kip previously worked with multiple patent law boutiques where he assisted dozens of technology companies in preparing and prosecuting patent applications. He has extensive experience working with the following technology areas: displays, projectors, xerography, electric vehicles and batteries, digital cameras and optics, games and artificial intelligence, cellular networks, cybersecurity, virtual/augmented reality, and semiconductors.

In his practice, Kip has conducted hundreds of personal interviews with examiners on location at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, as well as obtained hundreds of issued patents for clients. Additionally, Kip has extensive experience with appeals from patent examination rejections before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. Kip has also managed and trained new attorneys and patent agents in the patent prosecution process. During law school, Kip had a summer internship with the Office of Unfair Import Investigations helping the federal government in patent litigation before the International Trade Commission.

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