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Info Session on Patent Law - Marshall Gerstein Borun

Modified: November 16, 2016

Using your Science or Engineering Degree in Patent Law
Are you interested in learning a variety of technologies? Do you like working independently? Do you seek diversity in the clients and colleagues you work with? A career working in patent law offers all of these things and you don't need a law degree. Marshall, Gerstein & Borun LLP provides sophisticated intellectual property advice and legal services to many of the world's largest, most innovative businesses, research institutions, universities, and entrepreneurs. This firm works for a broad range of U.S. and multinational clients in the electrical, software, mechanical engineering, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, manufacturing, and numerous other industries. Clients engage experienced scientists and technical professionals to develop world class products, processes, and other assets. The firm help clients balance the risks and rewards of developing, monetizing, and marketing new technologies through patent and trademark prosecution, transactional and litigation counsel, copyright protection, and other IP services. Come learn about what a career in patent law can offer you, and how your technical and scientific expertise can intersect with the law. Please register here for the event.
 
Thursday, November 17 from 4:30-5:30pm
RB175, Rubloff Building, Chicago Campus
(Catch the 3:10PM or 3:35PM Shuttle from Tech)
Speakers will include Slava Elkin (http://www.marshallip.com/slava-elkin/) and Heather Kissling(http://www.marshallip.com/heather-r-kissling/).
Hosted at the Northwestern Pritkzer School of Law; food and refreshments will be provided.

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