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Can I License my Invention Without a Patent?

Technically, an invention can be licensed without having patent protection, but why would anyone pay for a right that was not protected?

Kelly G. Swartz Joins Widerman Malek, PL

March 25, 2015 Contact: Mark Malek Tel. 321-255-2332 Email: mark@uslegalteam.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE KELLY G. SWARTZ Widerman Malek, PL is pleased to announce that Kelly G. Swartz of Ingenuity Law has joined the firm as a Patent Attorney. Swartz, a member of the Florida bar, graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in […]

Widerman Malek, PL Attorneys Attend Association of University Technology Managers Conference

Widerman Malek, PL Attorneys Dan Pierron and Mark Malek attended the 2015 Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM) Annual Meeting held in New Orleans from February 22 to February 25. AUTM is a network of professionals that generate innovations, license and develop innovations, and provide various services to organizations to help monetize those innovations. The […]

Widerman Malek Attorneys Meet with Japanese Counterparts

Mark Malek and Dan Pierron had the opportunity to meet with Tatsuya Sawada of Sugimura Intellectual Property Services during the IP Practice in Japan session of the AIPLA mid-winter conference.  Mr. Sawada is the Managing Partner of the Palo Alto office of Sugimura.  Sugimura is a patent and trademark law firm based in Tokyo Japan.  […]

Why You Need A Patent

A patent could be essential to protecting your invention and making sure that others do not profit from your invention. Without a patent, there is little or no way to stop someone from making, using, or selling your invention.

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