Jeffrey Schell, Rocky Mountain Patent, Intellectual Property Protections for All

Date: 04/22/2014


Shine Restaurant and Gathering Place,
2027 13th St,
CO 80302

Time: 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM


Intellectual Property Protections for All

Jeffrey R. Schell, Esq.

Lead Counsel, Rocky Mountain Patent LLC

Numerous intellectual property strategies can help any business protect its brand and ideas, regardless whether the business is a multinational corporation or a single employee merchant. Developing an effective intellectual property portfolio can often make or break a business. Learn how an experienced patent attorney employs a variety of approaches to ensure that startup businesses and solo inventors protect their brands and products.

What audience would take away from this talk:

  • The value of trademarking to new and small businesses,
  • Unorthodox ways to use business method patent protections to benefit a business,
  • Cost-effective strategies for developing and maintaining an intellectual property portfolio.

About Jeff Schell

Jeff Schell is an experienced attorney focusing on intellectual property and healthcare issues. Jeff serves a variety of inventors, physicians and healthcare providers with dedication, focus and experience. Jeff's firm, Rocky Mountain Patent, has developed a reputation as one of the most rapidly growing law firms in Colorado by providing honest answers, reasonable pricing, and by employing outstanding Ph.D and attorney staff who maintain a very high level of client dedication.

As a USPTO-Licensed Patent Attorney, Jeff advises inventors and innovative companies, helping them create assets out of ideas. Jeff draws upon his consulting experience to help clients broaden their patent specifications to the greatest extent possible, increasing their potentially patentable subject matter. With a focus on early stage startups and smaller investors, Jeff strives to structure his services to make them affordable to anyone who is serious about protecting their ideas. He regularly helps inventors build strategies around the USPTO’s new rules that potentially establish reduced fees for solo and early stage inventors.

Jeff attended Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering, graduating with degrees in Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences and Economics in 2004. He subsequently earned his Juris Doctor and a Masters in International Studies. In 2010, Jeff also earned a Masters in Medical Informatics Degree from Northwestern. Jeff separately studied economics at Harvard University, and in 2007, was a delegate at the Harvard China-India Development and Relations Symposium.

$10 prepay, $12 at the event; includes a delicious spread of hors d'oeuvres

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