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Author/columnist Ron Slusky has enjoyed a 48-year career as a patent attorney, mentor and law executive at AT&T Bell Labs and now in private practice. He has taught the skills presented in this seminar to hundreds of patent practitioners across the United States and Canada.
“I’ve been around for a long time in this profession and I still learned a lot. Every practitioner should take this course.”
LAW FIRM ATTORNEY (44 years)
“Exceptionally stimulating. Made me think.”
LAW FIRM PARTNER (26 years)
“Provides the essential training a new practitioner needs”
Ron Slusky's Invention Analysis and Claiming Seminar is based on his widely acclaimed book, "Invention Analysis and Claiming: A Patent Lawyer's Guide"
This two-day seminar teaches a comprehensive approach to analyzing inventions and capturing them in a sophisticated set of patent claims. Through this interactive seminar, participants will enhance their skills in a classroom setting.
The seminar provides 13 hours of Continuing Legal Education credit
Now, in its 12th year, Slusky Seminars has offered seminars and trained patent attorneys and agents in cities throughout the U.S. as well as in Canada, Australia and the U.K.
New Brunswick, NJ
New York, NY
San Diego, CA
Santa Clara, CA
San Jose, CA
Now in its 2nd Edition—A Patent Lawyer's Guide for Practitioners at Every Experience Level!
Ron's Invention Analysis and Claiming Seminar is based on his acclaimed book
"INVENTION ANALYSIS AND CLAIMING: A PATENT LAWYER'S GUIDE"
SOLD OVER 7,000 COPIES
Ron Slusky in the Media
Sample Articles from Intellectual Property Today
Listen to Ron explain the underlying philosophy of his book and seminar in this interview with Intellectual Property Lawcast.
"Invention Analysis and Claiming Seminar" Attendees Learn Sophisticated Approaches For:
Identifying the inventive concept and struture commensurately broad claims
Staying true to the inventive concept when amending
Determining what should go into the dependent claims
Anticipating the enforcement scenario by taking on opposing counsel’s mindset