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IACT Presents

Who: John Yankovich, Ohlandt, Greeley, Ruggiero & Perle, LLP
What: Patenting on a Budget
Where: Fairfield University Library Room 101
When: 7:00PM Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016
Cost: Admission is Free

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Patenting on a Budget


This presentation will focus on how to:
(a) prepare a description of an invention for a patent application; and
(b) minimize cost of the patent application process.


Mr. Yankovich's practice is directed to preparation and prosecution of patent applications, and also to drafting of opinions relating to patentability and infringement. His work has been concentrated in the fields of telecommunications, computer systems and peripheral equipment, medical imaging, optics, electrical circuitry, software processes and Internet applications. Prior to joining OGRP, Mr. Yankovich was employed by Lockheed Martin Fairchild Systems as an electrical engineer and a software analyst. He designed hardware and software for radar signal acquisition and processing for radar warning receivers used on military aircraft. Prior to that Mr. Yankovich was employed by Picker/Cambridge Medical Instruments, where he supervised a staff of electronic technicians engaged in production of a variety of medical test and imaging equipment.


Pace University, BS, Computer Science Polytechnic University, MS, Electrical Engineering Pace University School of Law, JD Admissions/Affiliations:

Registered Attorney, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Connecticut, New York Connecticut Intellectual Property Law Association, Board member & past President.

John Yankovich - Ohlandt, Greeley, Ruggiero & Perle, LLP, One Landmark Square, 10th Floor Stamford, CT 06901 Phone: (203) 327-4500 x.119 Fax: (203) 327-6401 jyankovich@ogrp.com

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This presentation made possible by support from IACT, The Inventors Association of Connecticut,
The Dolan School of Business and the School of Engineering at Fairfield University.
Copyright 2016 The Inventors Association of Connecticut

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