Posts by Philip Goldman
I have often thought of the patent process as being like the car wash near my house – where you pull up to the entrance, to the point …
is a recently retired IP practitioner who remains active in pro bono IP matters, and occasional consulting or of counsel roles, primarily in transactional and tech transfer matters, through his Segue IP LLC. His initial hopes of attending veterinary school in Minnesota were repeatedly dashed, given his non-resident status. Armed with several years in undergrad and graduate school, and at the research bench, while dabbling in improv, he eventually turned to law school, with the sole focus of someday getting out and suing the vet school. Instead, 3M’s IP department found him during his first semester of evening law school, where he then spent the first third of his career learning the many facets of 3M's sophisticated IP practice, followed by the next two-thirds of his career in private practice, where he worked to apply the lessons he had learned to the realities of the outside world.
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