|John Yankovich Gives Computer-Implemented Inventions Patent Lecture at Fairfield University
Intellectual Property Law Attorney John Yankovich will discuss the evolution of law pertaining to computer-implemented inventions in his June 27 presentation at 7 p.m.
FAIRFIELD, Conn. (June 14, 2017) — John Yankovich, a partner at Ohlandt Greeley Ruggiero and Perle (OGRP), an intellectual property law firm in Stamford, Conn., will give a presentation on the evolution of law pertaining to computer-implemented inventions as a part of the Inventor’s Association of Connecticut (IACT) lecture series at Fairfield University.
The presentation on June 27 is free and open to the public, and will take place in room 101 of the University’s DiMenna-Nyselius Library at 7 p.m. This presentation is made possible by support from IACT, the Dolan School of Business and the School of Engineering at Fairfield University.
During the lecture, Yankovich will specifically discuss the evolution of law, United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) guidelines for examination of computer-implemented inventions, and will provide specific examples.
Yankovich’s practice is directed to preparation and prosecution of patent applications, and also to drafting opinions relating to patentability and infringement. His work has been concentrated in the fields of telecommunications, computer systems and peripheral equipment, medical imaging, optics, electrical circuitry, software processes and internet applications.
Prior to joining OGRP, Yankovich was employed by Lockheed Martin Fairchild Systems as an electrical engineer and a software analyst. He designed hardware and software for radar signal acquisition and processing for radar warning receivers used on military aircraft. Prior to his role at Lockheed Martin Fairchild Systems, Yankovich was employed by Picker/Cambridge Medical Instruments, where he supervised a staff of electronic technicians engaged in production of a variety of medical testing and imaging equipment.
For more information about Yankovich’s presentation and to register for the free event, visit the Inventor’s Association of Connecticut’s website.
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