Episode 2: Patent Law for Start-Ups

Episode 2: Patent Law for Start-Ups 150 150 IEEE Pulse
Theodore Papagiannis: Patent Law for Start-Ups

Theodore Papagiannis, JDTheodore G. Papagiannis is a partner in the Medical Device group at Knobbe Martens, where he guides start-up companies—particularly those in the medical device arena—to build and strengthen their intellectual property (IP) portfolios. He has extensive experience in conducting patent due diligence on behalf of both emerging growth companies and venture capital firms, as well as other investors and strategic partners.

Mr. Papagiannis counsels both start-up companies and investors in patent and trademark portfolio management, licensing, infringement analysis, IP risk evaluation, strategic IP positioning (both offensive and defensive) and a wide range of other IP matters. He is also a licensed professional engineer in California.

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