FREE VIRTUAL PANEL DISCUSSION | INVENTOR IP ROUNDTABLE
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2020 AT NOON (EASTERN)
Join Ed Khalili, Patent & Intellectual Property Attorney at Founders Legal, and an esteemed panel of guests for a discussion on topics that inventors should address when creating an overall IP strategy to support and protect their business. This event will also address how patents, copyrights, and trademarks play an essential role in business success for inventors in:
- Consumer Products
- Artistic Fields
30 minutes of Q&A will follow the 60-minute roundtable discussion.
A. Ed Khalili
Partner, Patents & Intellectual Property Attorney
Founders Legal | Bekiares Eliezer LLP
Ed is a partner in the firm’s intellectual property practice group and a registered patent attorney. His practice involves all aspects of intellectual property law, including patent procurement, trademark prosecution, copyright and trade secret. Ed’s intellectual property experience encompasses patent prosecution, patent and IP strategy formulation, licensing, due diligence, patent opinions, and post-grant proceedings. Ed has served a variety of clients, including multinational corporations and start-up companies, in a variety of technological fields, including chemical, pharmaceutical, polymers, textiles, biotechnology, medical technology, energy, consumer products, mechanical devices, computers, software, electronics, and IoT (Internet of Things) devices.
Prior to entering private practice, Ed was a Clinical Pharmacist at Northside Hospital. While a Clinical Pharmacist, Ed also served on numerous hospital governance committees, evaluated new drug formulary additions, participated in clinical investigational drug trials and development of therapeutic drug protocols. Ed continues to work with health care and pharmaceutical companies, now providing counsel on issues ranging from regulatory matters before the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to health care services agreements and compliance. Ed also enjoys serving as a mentor for start-up teams in the Georgia Tech TI:GER program, a program focusing on commercialization of postgraduate research.
About the GEORGIA INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ALLIANCE Inventor IP Roundtable
GIPA gathers periodically for an audience that includes solo/joint inventors, entrepreneurs, small businesses, incubators, accelerators, and others who are newer to IP, or might not have access to IP resources. Our audience also includes IP attorneys and patent business professionals who would benefit from discussions on the inventor’s perspective of all things IP.