Maine & Asmus Announces First Intellectual Property Forum May 24th

Nashua law firm organizes forum to provide management techniques to technology companies.

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The program provides panelists and attendees from Boston area technology companies the opportunity to present and exchange ideas on how to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their IP programs.

Nashua, NH (PRWEB) April 19, 2005

Maine & Asmus, an intellectual property law firm in Nashua, has organized the first Forum for Corporate Management of Intellectual Property, a day long program scheduled for May 24th at the Sheraton Hotel in Nashua.

Attorney Vern Maine of Maine & Asmus reports, "The program provides panelists and attendees from Boston area technology companies the opportunity to present and exchange ideas on how to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their IP programs." Patent attorneys will also present tips and techniques for better management of intellectual property matters. Internet demonstrations of search techniques and information sources are planned.

Moderator for the program is Gregg Fairbrothers, Founder and Executive Director of the Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network (DEN) and Adjunct Professor at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. Panelists are from BAE Systems, Cell Signaling Technology Inc., Nuvera Fuel Cells Inc., Sepracor Inc., WNA Comet East. Additional panelists representing investors and directors of technology companies are being sought for a second panel.

Lunch is included in the $85 per seat cost. Seating is limited. Advance registration is required. Legal education credits are being applied for. Information and pre-registration is available online, or contact Attorney Vern Maine, Maine & Asmus, at 603-886-6100.

Notice: Maine & Asmus is a Nashua-based Intellectual Property Law Firm with a long-standing commitment to the New England business community. Maine & Asmus supports and promotes the effective use of intellectual property to meet sound business objectives. This is not a solicitation for engagement, but may be construed as advertising in some jurisdictions.

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Vernon C. Maine, Member

Maine & Asmus, Attorneys at Law

100 Main Street, Suite 2

Nashua, NH 03060

Tel. 603-886-6100, Fax 603-886-4796

vmaine@maineandasmus.com

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