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TTO Legal Seminar: "A Primer on Patents"
The CU Technology Transfer Office and the law offices of Holme, Roberts and Owen present the TTO Legal Seminar: "A Primer on Patents" with David Seely of Holme, Roberts and Owen.
Wednesday, January 12, 2005
HP Research Auditorium
11:30-11:45: Lunch and Networking
11:45-1:00: Presentation and Discussion
Questions? Contact Jill.Jones@uchsc.edu
David O. Seeley, the Practice Group Leader of the Intellectual Property Practice Group, has more than 24 years experience in patent and other intellectual property litigation, procuring patents and trademarks, intellectual property licensing and associated contract matters, analyses and opinions regarding patentability and infringement, and designing around patents belonging to others. He has handled a very wide variety of technologies in both the patent litigation and patent procurement processes, including technologies as diverse as medical, chemical, process technologies, optical and optical films, and computer software.
Prior to joining HRO, Mr. Seeley was a partner at Workman, Nydegger & Seeley for 18 years. Mr. Seeley has published a number of articles regarding intellectual property issues and has served on numerous occasions as an organizer of or speaker at national conferences of patent attorneys.
J.D., cum laude, J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University, 1980
B.S. (Chemistry), University of California at Riverside, 1971
Post Graduate Education (Biochemistry and Microbiology), Brigham Young University, 1971-1973
Professional and Community Affiliations
Advisory Board for the University of Utah College of Science, Member 1998-2001, Chair 2001-present
Chairman of the Luncheon Committee for monthly luncheons of the Litigation Section, Utah State Bar, 1988-1990
CLE Committee Chairman of the Litigation Section, Utah State Bar, 1990-1991
Member of the Executive Committee of the Litigation Section, Utah State Bar, 1990-1991
Member of the Ethics Advisory Opinion Committee, Utah State Bar, 1998-2001
Member of the Programs Committee of the American Intellectual Property Law Association, 1992-1997