We hear and read daily of IP conflicts between billion dollar multinationals, the exorbitant sums paid for IP portfolio of bankrupt companies.  What is going on?  Join us for an interactive talk on best IP strategies for startups and mature companies, including defense, development, and monetization of IP through case studies.

Wednesday, February 19th

6:45 – 9:00 p.m.

Menlo Park


>>Please register online at: http://alumni.stanford.edu/goto/ipstrategy

Michael Pierantozzi

Michael PierantozziNamed one of the 300 “World’s Leading Intellectual Property Strategists” by IAM Magazine, Michael’s focus is in helping clients – spanning garage startups, funded startups, established companies and IP monetizers – to realize the value in their ideas, inventions and business.

Michael holds a M.S. from the Management, Science and Engineering program at Stanford University, where he focused on Technology Entrepreneurship. He also holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University.


Peter Savich

Peter Savich

Since founding his consulting business Jack Polymath LLC in 2007, Peter Savich has served clients spanning the life of companies,      from “garage” stage startups, up to large public companies, including Nike and Yahoo!.  His work for these clients spans the life of patents, from driving patent harvesting and patent fencing of new technologies, to value analysis of issued patents being transacted, to assisting patent litigation defense via counterclaim and prior art analysis.

Peter holds a JD from Stanford Law School, an M. Math and B. Math from the University of Waterloo (in computer science).