The Fourth IASTED International Conference on
Law and Technology
~LawTech 2006~

October 9 – 11, 2006
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

TUTORIAL SESSION

HOW TO READ A SOFTWARE PATENT:
Interpretation of U.S. Software Patents and Patent Applications

Mr. Matthew Schantz
Bingham McHale LLP, USA
[email protected]

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Matthew Schantz has extensive experience in writing and prosecuting patent applications in electrical, electromechanical, semiconductor, software, mail processing, power distribution, and electromagnetic arts. He has performed infringement and non-infringement analyses, preliminary patentability searches, and prior art research both prospectively and in support of litigation. Mr. Schantz routinely handles a wide range of intellectual property matters, including patent and trademark applications, before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
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