Schwegman, Lundberg & Woessner
121 S 8th St #1600 Minneapolis, Minnesota
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About the Intellectual Property Law Firms
Intellectual Property Basics
Intellectual Property for Startups
Meet the Intellectual Property Lawyers
Open Source Software
Helping In-House Council
How is Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner Different?
Assessing Executive Experience
Calculating New Investments
Contractual Intellectual Property Rights
Value Management Lifecycle
Value Management and Cash Flow
Value Management and Risk Management
Using Product Association with IP Assets
Picking a Domain Name
Improperly Marked Product
Seeking Money from Investors
Marking a Product
Picking a Trademark
Researching Competitors' IP
What IP Should I Spend Money on First?
5 Year View Point
What Should a Company Patent?
Provisional vs Non-Provisional Patent
First Item on IP To-Do List
Get Your Assignments Straight - Contribution of Owners
How Should IP be Considered for Acquisition?
Considerations Before Hiring IP Council
How Big Should My First Patent Be?
Domain Registration Considerations
Trademark Filing Considerations
Trademarks and Brand Value
How Should IP be Considered for Growth?
Should IP be Part of Our Business Plan?
Low Risk Joint Ventures
Joint Venture Pitfalls
Joint Ventures and Dispute Resolution
High Risk Joint Ventures
The Case of the Joint Marketing Agreement Gone Bad
Joint Venture and Financial Agreements
Third Party Confidentiality
Joint Venture Ground Rules
Reasons to Consider Joint Ventures
Moderate Risk Joint Ventures
Meet Mark Stignani
Important Attributes to Being a Successful Patent Lawyer
Rewards of the Practice
Most Common Client Question
Risks of OSS
Unlicensed Source Codes
How is Open Source Incorporated into Software?
Open Source Initiative
OSS Licensing Conditions
The Five Components of an Open Source Software Policy
How is Open Source Software Enforced?
How can OSS Negatively Affect a Company?
Repeating Competitor Audits
IP Registration Density
Why Perform Risk Profile?
Audit Action Sheet
"Who" - Audit Action Sheet
"Wheres" - Audit Action Sheet
Patent Portfolio and Budgets/Spending
Portfolio Dashboard - Inventor Information
"Whens" - Audit Action Sheet
"How Much" - Audit Action Sheet
Tools for Auditing a Patent Portfolio
First Step in Performing a Patent Portfolio Audit
What Should a Company Understand at the End of an IP Audit?
Discovering Annuity Information
By the Numbers Overview
Claim Abstraction Theory
Segmenting a Portfolio
What Does an Audit Action Sheet Look Like?
Benefits of Audit Action Sheet
Auction Audit Sheet - Key Issues to Address
"Whats" - Audit Action Sheet
Golden Rule of Auditing a Patent Portfolio