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It’s often called the most important step in the startup journey! This interactive workshop will touch on the often misunderstood intricacies of IP and its worldwide processes and implications. This presentation will educate and empower founders and entrepreneurs on the best practices to secure protection for your new venture and not lose out on their opportunities to secure such protections.

David Postolski, a senior partner at Gearhart Law, is a registered patent attorney and Intellectual property (IP) attorney. David specializes in assisting inventors, creators, artists, start-ups, entrepreneurs, early-stage companies, and emerging companies with their U.S and international IP strategy, protection, enforcement, and monetization. David is a frequent speaker and author on emerging IP issues and technologies. Raising capital, business formation, licensing, and equity-based crowdfunding are his strengths. David is also a Professor at Temple University, Parsons School of Design and the Radzyner Law School (Herzliya, Israel) where he teaches master-level students about IP, ethics, and other regulatory considerations. David is a current Council Member of the American Bar Association Section of Intellectual Property Law, founder of their International Action Group, and editor of their monthly newsletter, and the outgoing Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Officer. David currently serves on Harvard’s Lemann Entrepreneurial Program Advisory Board.

Who can attend?

Open to the campus community, students, postdocs, research scholars, faculty, and staff.

Lunch will be provided.
Registration is required.