Conferences & Workshops
This workshop will bring together inventors, legal and business professionals from the local San Diego community to discuss recent updates in intellectual property law and sponsored research. Speakers will share their thoughts in details followed by Q and A..
|1.35pm||April Wurster (Patent Attorney, Viacyte, Inc.)
Patent subject matter eligibility update: Life Sciences cases
|2.05pm||Sandra Rierson (Associate Professor of Law, Thomas Jefferson School of Law)
Tam vs. Lee: The Supreme Court Considers the First Amendment Implications of the Federal Government’s Refusal to Register Scandalous and Disparaging Trademarks
|2.35pm||Brendan Daly (Principal Contracts Officer, UC San Diego)
Innovation Zone: Industry Sponsored Research
|3.30pm||Kerry Taylor (Partner, Knobbe, Martens, Olson & Bear, LLP)
Survival Guide for Post-Grant reviews and Inter partes reviews: Step by Step
|4.00pm||Eric Hanscom (Partner, Hanscom, Alexeev, McDaniel, LLP)
The importance of picking a solid trademark when you are first starting a business
|4.3opm||Gayani R. Weerasighe (Patent Attorney, GW Life Sciences Consulting)
Importance of securing Patent Rights vs When can you Publish?
|5.00pm||Kamala Janiyani (UC San Diego)
Patent for Patients Project: A quick overview
|5.15pm||Priti Phukan (Patent Attorney, Archer Norris)
Patent application drafting: Hands on training
|6.15pm||Kamala Janiyani (UC San Diego)
While we do not charge a fee to attend this event, these programs would not be sustainable and available to all wanting to attend, unless all registrants abide by the 48 hour cancellation notice policy. A no-show will also limit your ability to book our events in the future. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Free parking at the Sanford Consortium East lot will be provided on a first-come, first-serve basis. Hourly parking is also available for purchase at the ticket booth. There is also additional parking near the Torrey Pines Gliderport, which is within walking distance. The UCSD Shuttle Route has two drop off locations within walking distance to the Sanford Consortium.
With additional support provided by Flu-OMICS
Flu-OMICS is funded by a grant from the NIH/NIAID U19AI106754