Alexandria, Va. (June 3, 2009)—Patent Resources Group (PRG), the nation’s leading patent educator, has opened registrations for their two upcoming 2009 Advanced Courses programs.
The August program will be held on August 24-28, 2009 at The Kayton Training Center in Alexandria, VA. This program features a unique curriculum consisting of five one-day courses:
- Obviousness in the Wake of KSR – What Has & Hasn’t Changed (a new course taught by Paul Gardner, PRG’s Academic Director, who is widely acknowledged as one of America’s leading patent law experts)
- Latent Dangers of Common Patent Prosecution Practices
- When, Why and How to Effectively Appeal to the USPTO Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences
- Management of Intellectual Property – The Use of IP in Business
- Patent Claim Interpretation
The October program will be held on October 1-6, 2009 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, NV. This program offers:
- Twelve 3-day courses, one 2-day course, and three one-day courses
- Two new courses – the Obviousness course and Procuring & Enforcing Patents in Asia
“PRG is excited to offer these two outstanding programs of Advanced Courses at two great locations,” says Vanessa Brown, Patent Resources Group’s Vice President. “Ongoing professional development for patent professionals is critical in any environment, and PRG remains committed to continuing to provide the best patent law educational opportunities available.”
Takaharu Nakashima, Patent Resources Group’s Direct of Asian Markets, adds, “Asia is one of the most active IP regions in the world, and patents are particularly important. Procuring & Enforcing Patents in Asia will leverage recent high-profile disputes to cover trends in litigation and prosecution in Japan, China, and South Korea. This course is a critical addition to our Advanced Courses curriculum.”
Interested customers can register for courses and get more details about these Advanced Courses programs at www.patentresources.com.