What happens when a company innovates a new way of doing something? Something that’s intangible, maybe its a process or a software feat? With tangible things like engines, toasters and refrigerators, you can patent your thing, to protect yourself while you work on selling it, thus giving an incentive for people to want to innovate. Well the same is true for software as well, but does it really help innovation? Or does it stifle it? With us this week is Justin Petruzzelli to discuss the pros and cons of IP law.
Mr. Petruzzelli represents major companies, both domestic and international. He also is a Board member of the Rochester Intellectual Property Law Association in Rochester, NY and is a delegate to the State Intellectual Property Offic
e of the People’s Republic of China/U.S. Bar Liaison Council. Mr. Petruzzelli is admitted to practice in New Jersey and New York, and is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
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