November 11, 2014 IIPS Meeting
101 Update and How To Draft Claims To Software/Business Methods in a Post-Alice Environment
The International Intellectual Property Society is pleased to announce that Ken Corsello, Esq, Division Manager IBM, and Roosevelt Segarra, Myers Wolin, LLC, will present a 101 update and how to draft claims to software/business methods in a post-Alice environment on Tuesday, November 11, 2014.
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WHEN: Tuesday, November 11, 2014, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm
WHERE: Goodwin Procter LLP
The New York Times Building
620 Eighth Avenue, New York, NY 10018 (View Map)
CLE: Two (2.0) hours – New York and New Jersey
FEE: The meeting fee is $30 for non-members or you may become a member by completing the membership form and submitting the September 2014-June 2015 annual fee of $75 ($25 for law students). Fees may be paid by cash, check or credit card at the meeting or pay by credit card here.
We hope you will be able to join us and, as always, welcome your questions, comments, and any suggestions you may have for topics or speakers of interest for future IIPS programs.
About Our November Presenters
Ken is the manager of the IP Law Department for IBM’s Microelectronic’s Division. In his previous roles at IBM, Ken worked for five years on litigation management and for two years as an IP attorney at the T.J. Watson Research Center.
Before joining IBM, Ken was a law clerk to Chief Judge Archer of the Federal Circuit; an Assocate Solicitor in the USPTO for four years; and in private practice for eight years at law firms in Washington DC.
Ken did his undergraduate work in Computer Science at SUNY Stony Brook, received his JD from the Catholic University, and obtained an LL.M. from George Washington University. Ken was one of the authors of the amicus briefs that IBM filed with the Federal Circuit and the Supreme Court in the Alice, Bilski, and LabCorp cases.
Roosevelt is a registered patent attorney with experience in patents, trademarks, and related licensing issues. His practice is focused on patent law in the electrical and computer science arts. Roosevelt has prepared and prosecuted domestic and international patent applications related to wireless communication, search engines, global positioning systems, encryption, cloud computing, big data analytics, machine learning, autonomous vehicle systems, data storage systems, data center infrastructure, computer networking, and medical imaging. Roosevelt has prepared and rendered patent opinions used to counsel corporations in the use of their intellectual property and to support patent litigation both as plaintiff and defendant.
Before law school, Roosevelt worked as a software designer and developer for several large corporations, including Merrill Lynch and Bank of America.
John S. Sensny