18. July 2020 - 9:00 till 12:00
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July Seattle Patent Bootcamp | Hosted by AEON Law | Saturday, 18. July 2020

When Else is Patent Bootcamp Available in Seattle? 

In This Course You Can

Know how to judge patents for yourself. Look at things through the eyes of a 20-year patent veteran.
Create a masterful IP strategy in less time than it takes to read Patent It Yourself.
Avoid an expensive mistake. Understand what a patent investment means and how to decide whether it's time to make one.
Learn things you were wondering about in an entertaining, engaging environment.  Create a detailed IP plan or DIY patent application.
Join us a week later for a follow-on session for no additional charge.
Brainstorm for multiple ways to express and protect your innovation. Be amazed by others asking smart questions.
Learn to mitigate the risk of patent trolls. Fail quickly and cheaply if nobody wants your product. Guard against patent mediocrity, a deadly pitfall for startups.
Discover overlooked strategic considerations.
Take your next strategic step with confidence.
Sneak in some questions about trademarks, copyrights, and other cost-effective IP protection.
Try a new kind of brainstorming boot camp, like a public hackathon but less dangerous.
Share a "Group of 5 Prepaid Tickets" with friends at a 50% discount, a worthy outing to remember!
Suggest a Patent Bootcamp in another locale by emailing Jonathan@aeonlaw.com. We are open.
Enjoy a lively, content-rich presentation with no sales pitch.

Learn

The process of patenting an invention.
Whether and how to perform an effective prior art search.
The pros and cons of filing quickly.
The pros and cons of not filing a patent application at all.
The best techniques for patenting with or without an attorney.
Where and how to begin.

Requirements of Attendees

You agree not to record audio or video.
You agree not to copy or photograph documents or sketches.
Unless the instructor is drilling down on a topic you agree to allow the course to proceed briskly.
You consent to being photographed as an attendee without limitation.
All participants promise to conduct themselves with courtesy and fairness so that other participants will be glad they came, including (a) acknowledgment of co-inventorship in other people’s patent applications worked on at the Bootcamp, (b) assignment of all secondary co-inventorship rights to the primary inventor at a nominal cost of $20, and (c) promptly signing all requested documents to keep these obligations.
Each attendee agrees to inform us if your email address changes within a year.
By registering you consent to receiving messages from us about Patent Bootcamp.
You will receive additional “Detailed Terms” of attendance after you register. Attendance thereafter constitutes acceptance of the Detailed Terms, protecting all attendees of the boot camp.
Each participant must email a brief “field of technology” description like “sandwich assembly device” or “nutraceutical recommendation app” to Jonathan@aeonlaw.com. If competitors both happen to attend a given Bootcamp session, this will allow either to reschedule or participate less actively.
If you register with the $50 option, the balance is due on arrival (cash, check, or Venmo).
Please contact Jonathan@aeonlaw.com or visit us after class if you see any way we can improve Patent Bootcamp or reach more people.
Please "Like" and follow "Patent Bootcamp" on Facebook if you had fun. Every attendee who completes both boot camp sessions will receive a $100 discount voucher for AEON Law's patent services.

Details

Bring your own snacks and materials (e.g. a laptop and prototype). Free wi-fi on site.
No late entry or re-entry will be permitted. Butler Garage at Pioneer Square is recommended.
100% of your tuition is creditable toward a flat-rate AEON patent service within a year.

The entire Bootcamp is private but signifies only a prospective attorney-client relationship with AEON Law. You are not a client of AEON Law unless and until both parties sign a formal engagement agreement.

FAQs

Who is teaching the course?
Jonathan Olson is a 20-year patent veteran who has written patent applications for Bill Gates and Paul Allen.  You can see his profiles on Avvo or LinkedIn.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
This event is strictly private. Picture ID is required and only registered adults may enter.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Parking at Butler Garage (Pioneer Square) or public transit is recommended.

What can I bring into the event?
Laptop, prototype, snacks, etc.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Email Jonathan@aeonlaw.com or make an appointment at www.calendly.com/meetjon/phone.

What's the refund policy?
Refunds are available until 7 days before the event.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No.

Can I update my registration information?
Yes, more than 10 hours before the event. Additional restrictions may apply.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?
Yes, more than 10 hours before the event. Additional restrictions may apply.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?
No. This is a private event for qualified participants.