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Patent Bootcamp for Startups

We're collaborating with a new meetup:

This is the first of three Meetups with patent attorney Jeff Schox, who will cover what every founder needs to know about patent law and prepare you to file you own provisional patents.

Meetup 1:
What every founder needs to know about patent law.

Meetup 2:
How to capture an invention and how to do a patentability search.

Meetup 3:
How to analyze the results of your patentability search and how to write a provisional patent.

Everyone is welcome!!!

About the speaker:
Jeffrey Schox is a Patent Attorney and the founding member of Schox Patent Group, a boutique patent firm that builds patent portfolios for startups. He has represented 150 early stage startups, and a few later stage startups including Facebook, Instagram, and Dropbox. His clients have attracted investments from Accel, Andreessen Horowitz, Founders Fund, Greylock, Khosla, Kleiner Perkins, and Sequoia. He is recommended by Y Combinator, 500 Startups, and Rock Health.

In addition to being a patent attorney and an entrepreneur, Jeff is also a Lecturer at Stanford Law School, and an angel investor with 20 early stage investments, including Karma (acquired by Facebook), Massive Health (acquired by Jawbone), and Twilio.

About LawPal:
LawPal is a better legal solution for startups and offers a platform for startups to work with veteran startup lawyers to accurately, affordably, and efficiently reach their goals.

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