Building and Managing Your Patent Portfolio | Thomas D Franklin | GreyB WebinarYou compare products, check prices, read reviews, and sometimes even negotiate before buying something, right?
Companies want to (and should) act the same way before filing patents too. But, since the process of getting a patent is not as easy as buying groceries or apparel, new companies are bound to make mistakes.
Tom has been in the industry from over 25 years and has worked with companies of all sizes in developing and maintaining their patent portfolio.
With this webinar, he will help you find answers to the most important questions that you may come up with when getting started with patents for your business.
Questions like –
* Why your business need patents?
* What are the actual costs involved in having a patent portfolio (and avoid burning through your budget)
* How to select the right patent counsel who understands the nuisances of your business?
Got more question in similar lines? Share them with us through the comments.
Webinar: How to manage your prosecution in the Covid environment?COVID-19 is not the first black swan event and is not going to be the last one that can affect your business.
We know the patent program is an overhead expense and in such difficult times where no one can do much, many organizations think about cutting their patent budgets or modify their patent spends.
In this webinar, our co-founder Thomas Franklin talks about strategies that you can adapt to get the most value out of your patent spend in these tough times and answer below questions:
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