A challenge for all technology companies is how to efficiently capture the company's innovation and how to make the patenting process part of the company culture. An effective invention disclosure program is the first step of the process. If you have properly prepared invention disclosures, key inventive features are far less likely to get missed and the patent application drafting process will be faster and less expensive. Join this webinar to learn the key steps and tips on running an effective invention disclosure and patenting program.
The panelists for this webinar include Matt Zises, Luke Dohmen, and David Shofi. Matt Zises is an IP attorney with extensive experience in patent portfolio strategy and development at both Fortune 500 companies and startups. Matt has worked as the Senior Patent Counsel for Splunk and also was the Senior Director Patent Counsel for eBay. Prior to starting his own law firm, Luke Dohmen was the Corporate Chief Patent Counsel for Boston Scientific Corporation. While at BSC, Luke implemented high-impact and forward-looking Global IP and IP portfolio management strategies resulting in alignment with business and technology goals, brand protection and protection of differentiated products. David Shofi is an IP attorney and strategist with over 20 years of experience in many aspects of technology, innovation and intellectual property. Most recently, he was Vice President, IP Strategy Solutions and Chief IP Counsel for CPA Global. At CPA Global, David helped clients of all sizes assess and identify opportunities for improvement and efficiency implementation in their IP lifecycle processes, whether developing a first of a kind IP organization or optimizing a mature one.