Patent Protection

How do you protect your intellectual property and when should you file for a patent? Listen as Arlen Olsen reviews the importance of patent protection for inventors and entrepreneurs alike.

About Arlen Olsen

Arlen Olsen has over 20 years of experience in all aspects of intellectual law, including infringement litigation and appeals, transfer and enforcement, patent and trademark prosecution including oppositions, cancellations, interferences, reexaminations and other post grant proceedings. Mr. Olsen is a founding Partner of Schmeiser, Olsen & Watts LLP and a former United States Patent Examiner. Additional activities include teaching seminars and appearing as a guest lecturer on intellectual property matters for corporations and educational institutions and evaluating and consulting with clients regarding the scope, enforcement and protection of intellectual property rights. Named one of the top attorneys in business services (Intellectual Property) in the July/August 2010 Corporate Counsel Edition of Super Lawyers magazine and an AV rated attorney by his peers in Martindale-Hubbell. Mr. Olsen has been an adjunct professor of law at Albany Law School since 2005 where he teaches Patent Prosecution and Claim Drafting. Mr. Olsen graduated from George Mason University Law School in 1993 with distinction in Intellectual Property Law.

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