Join us for lunch on October 20, 2020 for a CincyIP CLE held by webinar. This presentation will give insights and guidance for patent prosecution. We will discuss patent eligibility and case law, techniques to overcome § 101 rejections, and tips for in-house and outside counsel collaboration. We are seeking 1.0 hour of CLE in Ohio.
Mr. Powell is currently Director and Assistant General Counsel for Skin Care Innovation at The Procter & Gamble Company (“P&G”). He has a demonstrated history of working in the consumer goods industry. He previously provided legal support for P&G’s Color Cosmetics and Baby Care Innovation groups. In those roles he provided intellectual property support for the Cover Girl, Pampers, and Luvs businesses, including patent preparation and prosecution, freedom to operate, IP strategy, litigation/opposition strategy, contract drafting and negotiation, and client counseling. Mr. Powell has also managed significant foreign and domestic patent portfolios for P&G.
Ms. Singh is an attorney with Dinsmore & Shohl LLP and focuses her practice on patent preparation and prosecution for both domestic and foreign cases. Her background in electrical, computer, and industrial engineering enables her to flexibly work within and across multiple technical areas. She previously worked as an application engineer, building programmable logic controller (PLC) expertise integrating proprietary software and hardware across multiple industrial factory sites. She has significant experience working with intellectual property in the biomedical, mechanical, software, and electronic realms. She has in-depth knowledge about patent eligibility issues surrounding software and electrical arts and has drafted and prosecuted numerous patent applications in these areas, being instrumental in their allowance both domestically and internationally. She is adept at working with clients to draft and prosecute patent applications, provide validity and infringement opinions, and handle freedom to operate and prior art analysis.
Join us for lunch on September 22, 2020 for a CincyIP event held by webinar. This interactive, 90-minute webinar focuses on personal and professional development, particularly in response to the challenges presented by COVID-19. We are seeking 1.5 hours of live CLE credit in Ohio for this event.
You are resilient. However, the challenges presented by COVID-19, from the stress of working at home or colleague, personal, and family wellbeing to dealing with the financial fallout and billable hour pressures, are unprecedented. This is hard. Now is NOT the time to work harder; it’s the time to upgrade your personal leadership operating system so you are energized when you think about how to make the most of the upcoming challenges.
You will learn how to:
Tap into your strengths when needed most, including fortifying confidence, performance, and renewal;
Recognize your leadership style’s particular challenges, and be able to mitigate the effect of those challenges, thereby strengthening your ability to lead, manage and collaborate; and
Use strategies for remaining effective in the face of difficulties while developing greater resilience over the long term.
Anne E. Collier is the CEO of Arudia, a firm dedicated to improving culture, collaboration and communication. She is an expert leadership coach steadfast in her commitment to excellence and her clients’ goals.
Ms. Collier helps individuals, teams, and organizations amplify accomplishments, improve financial stability, and achieve greater self-actualization: they perform well because they are confident, deliberate, and resilient.
We are excited to announce that our annual Student-Attorney Mentorship Program is underway! We invite all interested law students and IP attorneys in the Greater Cincinnati area to apply by September 25, 2020.
Through the mentorship program, we match local law students interested in intellectual property law with a local intellectual property attorney. We encourage each mentor-mentee pair to meet 2-3 times throughout the academic year, making the Program an easy commitment for all participants while providing the students an invaluable opportunity to ask questions, learn about IP practice, and grow their legal network while still in school. Due to COVID-19, we request that at least the first meeting conducted virtually, with the student and attorney jointly deciding thereafter to conduct meetings virtually or in person. The program has been a great success in the past, and we hope you will help us make this year’s program a success as well.
If you are a local IP attorney interested in participating as a mentor, please contact Alex Czanik at firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate your current area(s) of practice. If you were a mentor in the past, we would love to have you back!
If you are a local law student interested in participating as a mentee, please complete the Student Form below and email it to Alex Czanik at email@example.com. We will do our best to match all student applicants with an attorney mentor! Please be sure to indicate the area(s) of IP law in which you are most interested so we can match you appropriately.