Martensen IP’s Chad G. Clark, along with ClearMark Founder Alison Sathe, will provide insights on how medical technology companies should use their intellectual property and regulatory strategies to advance internal innovation.
Martensen IP is pleased to welcome attorneys Chad G. Clark and Ryan J. Cudnik to our ranks. The decades of experience that Chad and Ryan bring to the Martensen IP team will be of tremendous value to the firm’s clients.
Companies often participate in brainstorming sessions. They recognize that through such a process, great inventions are developed and evolve. In a commercial marketplace in which a company gains rights to an invention through employment or contractual agreements, this means to promote and gain new approaches for solving difficult problems is highly accepted, as everyone is working toward a common goal and for a common entity.
In light of the coronavirus pandemic, we continue to monitor the status of U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) operations to determine how any changes will affect our cases.
The government’s implied social contract is that it will, first and foremost, take care of its citizens. So, as the U.S. and the world in general strive to resolve the coronavirus crisis, governments around the globe are motivating their citizens to offer solutions.