Patent prosecution attorneys from the firm Patterson & Sheridan will discuss the day-to-day affairs of patent prosecution as well as the differences between patent prosecution and other forms of legal practice. The talk will include descriptions of what a patent is and what it looks like as well as steps to take to become eligible for patent prosecution. For more information, please contact Zach Ruby at email@example.com.
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