Patent Landmines for Entrepreneurs and Startups @ CSUF Startup Incubator

Austin Bonderer Patent Attorney
Patent Attorney Austin Bonderer will be giving a talk at the CSUF Startup Incubator (Placentia) on Wednesday. If you have any questions about your intellectual property then you should definitely attend this seminar.

On Wednesday, July 12 at 6pm at the CSUF Startup Incubator (Placentia) we will be hosting a can’t miss seminar by Patent Attorney Austin Bonderer. If you have any questions about your intellectual property then you owe it to yourself to attend. Please register by going to the event page.

Your intellectual property is what sets you apart from your competitors and it gives you a strategic advantage in the marketplace. So it makes sense that you should take all appropriate measures to protect it because, if you don’t, the repercussions could be catastrophic for your business.

But you also need to talk about your ideas with potential investors, partners, customers, and your employees as well. What should you do?

There is no simple answer because there are too many scenarios requiring different IP protection strategies. That is why we are happy to have patent attorney Austin Bonderer talk about the right strategies you should be using when discussing your ideas, your intellectual property, with outsiders.

Pizza and soft drinks will be served at this event.

We hope to see you there!

[Parking for this event is free. Please park on Bradford Avenue and go through the front gate, this event will be located in the back of the building.]

Austin Bonderer started his career in the patent system while studying engineering at the University of Virginia. Upon graduation, he accepted a position at the United States Patent Office as a patent examiner. During the five and half years at the USPTO, Austin clerked for the Board of Patent Appeals and served as a patent examiner in different areas including medical fields, business methods, and valves.

After obtaining his JD from the Columbus School of Law in Washington DC, Austin eventually made his way out to Orange County and took a position with Foxconn as the head of US patent prosecution for the Tsinghua-Foxconn Nanotechnology Research Center. On many trips to Beijing, he presented several lectures at Tsinghua University to students, professors, and administrators on US patenting system and strategies.

After leaving Foxconn, he started working as a solo practitioner at the Law Office of Austin Bonderer, PC. In his practice, he has assisted many individual inventors, small companies, start-ups, and large corporations. Given his unique experience as a patent examiner, in-house counsel, and international work, Austin possesses exceptional ability to help his clients obtain the intellectual property they need.


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