On Friday, April 9th Lando & Anastasi is co-sponsoring Suffolk Law’s Third Annual IP & Innovation Conference. L&A Partners Nicole Palmer, David Roccio, and Tom Sullivan will each be participating in the event.
L&A Partner Peter C. Lando Presented as a Guest Lecturer on “Issues with Technology Licensing from Universities” for the UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law Intellectual Property Summer Institute on July 20.
Kristin Poti, Ph.D. was a panelist for Next-in-Bio: A Career Expo and Research Symposium At WPI together with Luca Issi, Ph.D. of Bain Capital, Terri-Ann Kelly, Ph.D. of EpiBone, Inc., and Melissa Mobley, Ph.D. of Alnylam Pharmaceuticals. The Keynote speaker for the event was Kenneth Maynard of Takeda Pharmaceuticals.
Peter Lando was the Featured Guest in Podcast Episode #12 for “the protectors of cool stuff” — Part 2 of the Discussion on Confidentiality Agreements and the Commoditization of Nondisclosure Agreements
Lando & Anastasi’s Keith F. Noe and Alex E. Breger presented a Webinar on “Hands on with the Hague International Design System: Everything You Need to Know About International Design” on December 6, 2017
Lando & Anastasi, LLP hosted the BPLA In-House Practice Committee presentation on Inspiring and Incentivizing employees to participate in the IP/Patenting process, or “What’s your cookie recipe?” on December 1, 2017
Lando & Anastasi’s Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Group presented “Cybersecurity and Data Privacy: Compliance with State, Federal and International Regulations” on October 19, 2017 from 7:30 – 10:00 am at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Waltham, MA
Nicole A. Palmer spoke at the Northeast Water Innovation Network (NEWIN) Symposium on Water Innovation in Massachusetts (SWIM) on “Strategies for Translating Research to Innovation” on Monday, September 18, 2017 at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) in Worcester, MA.
Craig R. Smith presented “Software Patents in an Abstract World” at the Boston Bar Association, Tuesday, April 4, 2017. The fate of software patents has been in flux ever since the Supreme Court’s Alice decision. Business leaders and patent practitioners have tried to make sense of the shifting landscape. In his presentation, Craig analyzed the recent decisions, explained some common themes, and provided guidance for the future.
Craig R. Smith participated in a BBA panel discussion on Different Strokes: Alternative Fees and Alternative Relationships Between In-house and Outside Counsel, presented by the Boston Bar Association, Wednesday, February 15, 2017.
John N. Anastasi was a panelist on the Mobile Medical Applications: Navigating Regulatory, Profitability and Patentability panel presented by the BPLA’s Medical Device Committee on Thursday, September 22, 2016.
Louis Myers and Craig R. Smith presented on “Efficient and Cost-Effective Approaches to your Life Sciences Deal” at the ACC’s Intellectual Property Master Class at the Sheraton Needham on March 30, 2016.
Nicole A. Palmer was a panelist at the Licensing Executive Society’s panel on subject matter eligibility titled “Patentable Subject Matter: No Longer ‘Everything Under the Sun’– SCOTUS Words, PTO Actions” Cambridge, MA.