Peter Lando was the Featured Guest in Podcast Episode #10 for “the protectors of cool stuff” on Confidentiality Agreements and the Commoditization of Nondisclosure Agreements
Craig Smith will Moderate Two Panels at the Immersive Education Initiative’s Blockchain in Education Summit, November 30 and December 1, 2018. L&A is excited to be the host / sponsor of this event for iED, which features MIT’s Alex “Sandy” Pentland as the opening keynote speaker.
Peter Lando was a panelist at Samet & Company‘s event, Doing Business in China: Challenges and Opportunities, November 19, 2018
Nicole A. Palmer served as a mentor and coach during Startup Weekend: Healthcare – Opioid Crisis Edition at Northeastern University from May 18-20, 2018
Lando & Anastasi and ACC-Northeast are hosting the breakfast program Strategies for International IP Protection and Enforcement on Thursday, May 24 at The Westin Waltham.
Lando & Anastasi’s Thomas P. McNulty presented a Webinar on “Trade Secrets on the Rise: Protecting Intellectual Property in the Post-AIA World,” on February 15, 2018.
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, LLP hosted Megan Carpenter, Dean of UNH Law and UNH Law Alumni on November 6, 2017
Lando & Anastasi, LLP is a Proud Supporter of the Massachusetts Association of Technology Transfer Offices (MATTO) New Ventures Showcase on November 7, 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
Robert L. Lichter hosted the George Washington University Law School’s Boston Alumni Reception on September 12, 2017
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.
John N. Anastasi led the Innovation Bioscience: Deep Dives in Entrepreneurship – Demystifying Intellectual Property session at Workbar Cambridge.
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.
Greg D. Gutierrez was a panelist on the CGSC Career Panel on Intellectual Property / Law presented by MIT’s Chemistry Department on Friday, January 13, 2017.
Nathan Harris presented on the Latest Developments in Domain Name and UDRP Proceedings at the Boston Bar Association on Wednesday, November 30, 2016.
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.
William Seymour presented a “Report from the Front Lines: An Overview of Recent Design Patent Decisions” at USPTO Design Day on Tuesday, April 19 at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Dominic Yee, Ph.D. was a panelist at the 3rd Annual Boston University’s Graduate Women in Science + Engineering Speed Networking event on Tuesday, April 19.
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.
Catherine M. McCarty was a panelist at a Career Panel hosted by The Harvard Life Sciences Advisory Board on January 29, 2016.
John N. Anastasi was a panelist at the Engineering Law Ad Hoc Advisory Committee discussion hosted by UMass Lowell on January 29, 2016.
Angelyn Larkin, Ph.D. was a panelist at MIT’s January IP Law Panel hosted by The Chemistry Department on January 26, 2016.
Dominic Yee, Ph.D. was a panelist at the 2016 Greater Boston Asian Pacific American Law Students Association Conference “Diverse Lawyers as Global Leaders” held at Boston University School of Law on January 23, 2016.
Nicole A. Palmer was the lunch speaker at the SBIR/STTR Program Phase I Proposal Writing Workshop at UMass Medical School on December 9, 2015.
L&A was a proud sponsor of the MATTO New Ventures Showcase, held on November 16, 2015 at The University of Massachusetts Club in Boston, MA.
Christine M. Kent presented “Training and Mentoring on Intellectual Property” at The National Docketing Association’s Third Annual Conference.
Peter C. Lando hosted “Strategizing… Left and Right of the Dot” an INTA roundtable discussion at our office in Cambridge, MA.
Ann Lamport Hammitte was a panelist at the Massachusetts Bar Association’s “International Relations: Korean Delegation” panel discussion.
Cristin D. Berkey was a panelist at WEST’s Annual Career Possibilities event held at Microsoft, Cambridge, MA.
William Seymour presented a discussion on “Revisiting Unanswered Questions from Traffix Devices, Inc. v. Marketing Displays, Inc.” at the American Bar Association Design Committee Meeting, Boston, MA.
Crystal Lee Kellas was a panelist at the “Careers in Patent Law” for the MIT Department of Biology, Cambridge, MA.
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.
Sarah M. Gates was a panelist at “Efforts on International Harmonization of Patent Laws” presented by the Boston Patent Law Association, Boston, MA.
Sarah M. Gates was a panelist at “What You May Not Know About Doing Business With The Government” presented by the Technology and Innovation Committee of the Small Business Association of New England, Waltham, MA.
Nicole A. Palmer presented on “IP Considerations Relating to Product Lifecycle Management” at the Venture Development Center at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, Boston, MA.
Peter C. Lando was a panelist in a webinar titled, “Patent Prosecution Dilemmas Under the AIA: Unanswered Questions After the USPTO’s Final Rules” on the IPO’s IP Chat Channel.
Peter C. Lando was a panel member for a national teleconference, “21st Century Workplaces – Lessons from Small Businesses” presented by the ThirdPath Institute.
Nicole A. Palmer lectured on post-grant proceedings under the America Invents Act in an Intellectual Property Management class at the University of New Hampshire School of Law, Concord, NH.
John N. Anastasi presented on patent litigation at a Merrimack Valley Venture Forum event on “Creating Class I & II Medical Devices” hosted by the M2D2 Center at UMass Lowell, Lowell, MA.
Thomas P. McNulty presented on “Make Sure You Get What You Bargain for When Licensing a Patent” at the Rochester Intellectual Property Law Association annual meeting, Rochester, NY.
Robert A. Skrivanek presented on “IP and Your Clients: What Non-IP Lawyers Need to Know” at an International Network of Boutique Law Firms event, hosted at our office in Cambridge, MA.
Craig R. Smith presented on “What Litigators Look for in a Prosecution History” at the Boston Bar Association, Boston, MA.
Craig R. Smith presented on “Critical Patent Decisions for Medical Devices Companies” at an event titled “Hot Topics and Emerging Trends in the Medical Device Industry” Boston, MA.
Thomas P. McNulty lectured on patent reexamination, reissue, and interference practice in a IP Management class at the University of New Hampshire School of Law, Concord, NH.