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Patent Professionals Cross Globe to Hone Legal Knowledge, Translating Innovation into Profit
Thursday, August 07, 2008
What: Patent Resources Group Advanced Courses Program
Who: Lawyers and Professionals
When: August 10-15, 2008
Where: Renaissance Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C.
Media interested in attending should contact Daniel Waldman at 410-962-6447 or email@example.com.
Washington, DC -- Patent attorneys and professionals from around the world will flock to Washington, D.C., next week to attend the Advanced Courses program offered by Patent Resources Group, the nation’s leading educator of patent professionals.
Advanced Courses are designed to provide practicing patent attorneys and professionals with comprehensive strategies for applying patent law and to keep them up-to-date with the most recent changes to the patent field.
"In today’s fast-paced world of technological innovation, patents play a strategic business role in translating new ideas into profitable innovations," said Paul Gardner, Patent Resources Group’s Educational Director. "Businesses here and abroad are increasingly relying on patent professionals who can apply the law to real-world intellectual property issues. And these people are rising to leadership positions in the industry"
A complete course description and program schedule is available online at www.PatentResources.com. Participants in the program will have the opportunity to network with fellow patent professionals as well as Patent Resources Group’s acclaimed faculty.
About Patent Resources Group
Patent Resources Group provides courses and publications in all aspects of patent practice for professionals at all levels of experience. Patent Resources Group offers patent training programs in major cities and destinations, over the Internet, and on-site at companies and law firms, and attracts attendees from around the world.
Patent Resources Group was founded in 1969 by Professor Irving Kayton, Professor of Law Emeritus, George Mason University. Since its inception, the company has taught patent law and related courses to 40,000 patent attorneys, agents, engineers, and scientists.
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