Blockchain and Intellectual Property (IP)

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Eastern Regional Outreach Office (EROO) is creating a virtual information series to showcase the underlying technology and various utilities of blockchain and intellectual property (IP). This free event series allows attendees to meet with stakeholders and affiliates in the distributed ledger technology, learn about their current trajectory, dream with them about their future goals, and gain an understanding about the importance of IP protections in this emerging technology.

A question-and-answer session will follow each presentation.

You can register to attend any or all of the webinar sessions. To learn more and to register, please select from the list below.

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Past events

Hear about the innovations and inventions in supply chain management, credit cards, insurance, and banking that companies along the United States Eastern seaboard are pursuing.

Claims define the boundaries of IP just as property lines define the boundaries of a house. USPTO professionals will discuss this topic and examples that reflect the ongoing discussion of patent eligibility and blockchain.

Come hear about how the utilization of blockchain is being investigated to help in the expansion of access to high quality healthcare.

Join the USPTO and East Coast Attorney James Gatto to investigate the intersection of blockchain, patents, and open source and the interesting legal issues they present.

Do you know your rights when creating and using objects in the metaverse?

Join the USPTO and Erich Spangenberg of IPwe, to investigate a way to revolutionize the cataloging and licensing of patents.

The US Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) Eastern Regional Outreach Office (EROO) is creating a virtual stage to provide an information series showcasing the underlying technology and various utilities.