The Innovation Firm

When

November 8, 2017

Where

Boston, MA

2017 Black Duck FLIGHT Conference

On Wednesday, November 8, 2017, Mary Lou Wakimura and Giovanna Fessenden presented “Strategies to Reap the Benefits of Software Patents in an Open Source Software Environment” at the 2017 Black Duck FLIGHT Conference in Boston, MA. 

About Black Duck Flight:

Black Duck Flight is a unique open source business, technical, and educational conference packed into three insightful days.  You'll learn from, and network with each other and hear from industry experts.  Throughout the conference the focus will be on helping you harness the power of Black Duck's solutions to effectively manage and secure your open source.

 

For more information and to register please visit the Black Duck website.

 

Mary Lou Wakimura
Principal

For over 30 years, Mary Lou has assisted clients with patent preparation and prosecution, copyright registration and portfolio management. She has particular experience with computer-related technologies and systems relating to imaging, video applications, medical systems, mobile applications and other platforms (cloud based, SaaS), bio/chemical analyses and processing including bioinformatics and medical diagnostics, alternative energy, social networks and associated operations, and electro-mechanical matters, with and without a software component.

 

Giovann Fessenden
Of Counsel

Giovanna’s practice focuses in all areas of intellectual property law with an emphasis on open source software compliance, software related agreements, and patents relating to the following: block chain technology, search engines / ad serving systems, video compression / codecs, trusted computing and encryption, cryptocurrency wallets, digital currency, analytics systems, router firmware, OVS technologies, video on demand (VOD) systems, VoIP and video conferencing systems, social media software, database and storage systems, recommendation systems, integrated development environments (IDEs), compilers and interpreters, iPhone™, Android™ and tablet applications, CT imaging technologies, wearable computing technologies, and semi-conductor manufacturing systems. 

 

Overview

When

November 8, 2017

Where

Boston, MA

On Wednesday, November 8, 2017, Mary Lou Wakimura and Giovanna Fessenden presented “Strategies to Reap the Benefits of Software Patents in an Open Source Software Environment” at the 2017 Black Duck FLIGHT Conference in Boston, MA. 

About Black Duck Flight:

Black Duck Flight is a unique open source business, technical, and educational conference packed into three insightful days.  You'll learn from, and network with each other and hear from industry experts.  Throughout the conference the focus will be on helping you harness the power of Black Duck's solutions to effectively manage and secure your open source.

 

For more information and to register please visit the Black Duck website.

Presenter Bios

 

Mary Lou Wakimura
Principal

For over 30 years, Mary Lou has assisted clients with patent preparation and prosecution, copyright registration and portfolio management. She has particular experience with computer-related technologies and systems relating to imaging, video applications, medical systems, mobile applications and other platforms (cloud based, SaaS), bio/chemical analyses and processing including bioinformatics and medical diagnostics, alternative energy, social networks and associated operations, and electro-mechanical matters, with and without a software component.

 

Giovann Fessenden
Of Counsel

Giovanna’s practice focuses in all areas of intellectual property law with an emphasis on open source software compliance, software related agreements, and patents relating to the following: block chain technology, search engines / ad serving systems, video compression / codecs, trusted computing and encryption, cryptocurrency wallets, digital currency, analytics systems, router firmware, OVS technologies, video on demand (VOD) systems, VoIP and video conferencing systems, social media software, database and storage systems, recommendation systems, integrated development environments (IDEs), compilers and interpreters, iPhone™, Android™ and tablet applications, CT imaging technologies, wearable computing technologies, and semi-conductor manufacturing systems. 

 

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