|Big ideas are born everywhere. From the research and development labs of our manufacturers to the workbenches of everyday tinkerers, American innovation is alive and well!|
U.S. patents grant to inventors the exclusive rights to manufacture, use or sell their ideas and to protect their creations from exploitation by others.
Is your idea worthy of a patent? How do you know? At what point should you take steps to protect it? What services are available to help you through the process? Attend this workshop and find out!
3-5 p.m., Tuesday, August 19
6633 18 Mile Road in Sterling Heights
Featured speakers include:
Resource Supervisory Patent Examiner
Elijah J. McCoy - Detroit Satellite Office of the USPTO
Thomas D. Helmholdt
Patent Attorney, Counselor at Law and Supervisor
Wayne State University - Patent Procurement Law Clinic
President and CEO, Coliant Corporation
Inventor of "Powerlet"
This is a free event but you must pre-register to attend.
To reserve your seat, e-mail macINC@oakland.edu or call 586-884-9324