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Promoting health in corporate America makes good business sense, a fact that Jessica McClure and Toni Kraft have successfully convinced many forward-thinking employers.
Seeking to provide cutting-edge services in the cosmetology industry, Richard and Connie Ouelette moved from Newport Beach in 1987 to open a hair salon in what was known then as North County Fair. While Richard had already created a name for himself as a hair stylist in Orange County, he wasn’t sure how he would be perceived in Escondido. It turns out he didn’t have to worry.
A San Diego resident since1965, Rod Calvao understands San Diego County Credit Union's customers and the community.
Stephanie Seidman, Ph.D., J.D., a principal with the law firm of Fish & Richardson, provides a vital service to the health care industry -- she strategically helps companies plan for and obtain patents on their health-related inventions and is an important aspect of a company's path to the marketplace. Her clients include dozens of leading companies in California and throughout the United States and her practice has a specific focus on biotechnology and chemistry.
The job of a paralegal encompasses many aspects — legal eagle, psychologist, secretary, courier — you name it, they have to do it from time to time. The paralegals at Casey Gerry Schenk Francavilla Blatt & Penfield LLP are no different. But what may set them apart are the years of expertise shared among them and the almost familial relationship they enjoy.
When it comes to winning intellectual property trials, few law firms rival Heller Ehrman's IP Litigation Practice Group. In San Diego, the firm has 25 top IP litigators, including senior litigators David Kleinfeld, John Benassi and Alan Blankenheimer, who represent Fortune 500 clients as well as earlier stage technology companies.
Your company has invested valuable time and resources in developing new biotechnology - now it's time to think about whether you should license out all or part of your rights in your new inventions. Why would you license your intellectual property rights to another party?