UCLA OIP-ISR and the law firm of O'Banion & Ritchey LLP team-up to bring to UCLA inventors a strategy session on "Patenting Electronic Devices."
Date: November 06, 2013
Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Kinross Building, Suite 210
Patenting electronic devices. The talk will cover enablement and written description requirements for electronic devices including how inventors can help patent counsel by preparing detailed invention reports that address those items in advance.
John P. O'Banion, J.D., P.E., B.S.E.E.
Mr. O'Banion is a registered patent attorney, holds degrees in electrical engineering and law, and is the managing partner at the law firm of O'Banion & Ritchey LLP. The firm specializes in patents, trademarks and copyrights, and it's practice involves U.S. and foreign registration, litigation, and licensing of intellectual property rights.
Mr. O'Banion has been awarded the prestigious Martindale-Hubbell AV rating, is listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Attorneys, and has been repeatedly recognized as a "Northern California Super-Lawyer" in the area of intellectual property. He has both educational and work experience in the area of electrical engineering, including semiconductor design and fabrication, circuit design, electromagnetics, signal processing, data processing and computer system architecture and programming.
Since 1988, Mr. O'Banion has assisted clients with obtaining hundreds of patents in technology areas ranging from basic mechanical devices to high technology electronic, computer, signal processing, communications, medical and dental devices. In addition, Mr. O'Banion has experience in technology transfer and licensing, and represents universities, multinational corporations, startups and individual inventors, pursue and defend patent protection
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