File Wrapper Analysis for Intelligent & Efficient Prosecution

Specific topics covered in this session:

  • How to minimize the impact of repeated rejection-response cycles?
  • How to develop strategies for interacting with difficult examiners?
  • How to learn from other people’s experience rather than having to make and learn from your own mistakes or reinvent the wheel?
  • William S. Morriss is a co-founder and Senior Technology Advisor for IP Toolworks, LLC. His legal and technical insight has played a formative role in the company’s quest to achieve the new insight and more efficient practice in patent prosecution by harnessing technology to unlock historically and siloed knowledge. William is a member at Frost Brown Todd, LLC, where he has over a decade of experience as an IP attorney. Through his practice, he has focused on the patenting and licensing of software-implemented inventions, Blockchain, privacy, and data security. He is a consistent innovator and has received a patent (U.S. Pat. No. 8,589,306) for open source licensing technology.

    William Morriss
    William Morriss Co-founder and Senior Technology Advisor - IP Toolworks
  • Julie is a patent attorney at the law firm of Frost Brown Todd and focuses her practice in the areas of patent preparation and prosecution in the both the United States and globally; development and management of IP strategies, preparing freedom to practice and patentability opinions as well as reviewing and negotiating a variety of IP related agreements. Prior to joining Frost Brown Todd, Julie served as counsel for the Intellectual Property practice at The Procter & Gamble Company for nine years. She also spent time at the University of Cincinnati where she was a research associate in the Department of Pathobiology and Molecular Medicine.

    Julie McConihay
    Julie McConihay Managing Associate - Frost Brown Todd LLC

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