Register now for professional engineers learning session
Boyle Fredrickson Offers PDH Opportunity to Professional Engineers
MILWAUKEE – Eric Schlevensky, an attorney at Boyle Fredrickson Intellectual Property Law, will present Patent Fundamentals for Engineers from 6 to 8 p.m. June 19 at the firm’s office, 840 N. Plankinton Ave. An hour-long networking reception will follow the presentation.
Event check-in begins at 5:30 p.m.
Schlevensky, who joined the firm in 2008, is an electrical engineer and inventor whose law practice focuses on patent and trademark prosecution.
Engineers who attend the presentation will earn two professional development hours (PDHs) toward the state’s continuing professional competency requirement for professional engineers. Attendees will also:
- Receive an overview of the different types of patent protection available and the process for obtaining patent protection.
- Discuss best practices and procedures for engineers to protect their company’s ability to seek patent protection.
- Learn about recent changes to patent law and how these changes impact an organization’s decisions to seek patent protection.
Register online now by selecting this link, by calling Nicole Bey at 414-225-6308 or by sending an email with your name and company name to email@example.com. Be sure to write PDH in the subject line. Deadline to register is June 10.
Established in 1999, Boyle Fredrickson has grown to become Wisconsin’s largest intellectual property law firm. The firm handles all facets of IP law, from patents, trademarks and copyrights to trade secrets, unfair competition and licensing. The firm and/or its attorneys have been recognized as a Best Law Firm by U.S. News and World Report since 2008 and named as SuperLawyers since 2005. Because of the firm’s singular focus on domestic and international IP law, Boyle Fredrickson provides expert counsel, personal service and attention to detail not found anywhere else.
Visit www.boylefred.com or call 414-225-9755 for more information.
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About Boyle Fredrickson
Established in 1999, Boyle Fredrickson has grown to become Wisconsin’s largest intellectual property law firm. You’ve got ideas, we protect them.