This event has been cancelled due to weather conditions in Washington D.C. preventing the speakers from attending the conference. We anticipate rescheduling the event, check the www.uspto.gov/siliconvalley webpage for the rescheduled date in the near future.
To celebrate the grand opening of the King Library as a Patent and Trademark Resource Center, we are offering a full day conference covering a variety of basic topics useful to small business owners, entrepreneurs, and independent inventors considering filing a patent application or registering a trademark. Topics will include an overview of intellectual property protection, and how to conduct a fee preliminary patentability search to see if your invention was previously patented or if your new business name can be registered as a trademark. Speakers include USPTO representatives from its headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia and King Library librarians.
Join us Tuesday, Jan. 26 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Dr. Martin Luther King Library, 150 East San Fernando Street, San Jose, CA 95112, Room 225. This event is for those with a basic to intermediate knowledge of intellectual property rights. Register here.