Learn about different types of intellectual property (patents, trademarks and copyrights) and get an overview of the patenting process from invention to application to issue. You will also learn about the requirements for patentability, how to determine whether a provisional or nonprovisional application is right for you, and how to weigh the costs and benefits of hiring a patent attorney. Space is limited, so register early for this free event.
In addition to offering this program in-person, the July 31 session will also be offered virtually via WebEx to those registered for the event.
For accessibility requests, or for more information, please contact the Rocky Mountain U.S. Patent and Trademark Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-297-4600.
The USPTO's Rocky Mountain Regional Office offers this program with the following regional partners:
Wichita State University
Wyoming State Library
Mesa County Libraries
Boise State University SBDC
University of Nebraska College of Law Schmid Law Library
University of North Dakota
University of Utah
**Please note that if you are attending at the Rocky Mountain Regional Office of the USPTO, it is located in a federal facility. Visitors are required to present a valid form of government-issued identification (driver license or passport) and will be subject to security screening to gain access.**