March 1, 2016
The February 27th edition of the Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel includes an article entitled, "PDS partners with MIT consortium to bring new products to market." Reporter Kathleen Gallagher called on Nexsen Pruet's Michael Mann for insight.
Technically, intellectual properties are the patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets protecting the products of human intelligence and creativity. However, Michael Mann, a patent attorney, says there is a better way to describe it.
"It's know-how, innovation, a message to customers and employees that's a compelling vision that makes your employees want to come to work to achieve the vision and has customers falling all over themselves to buy the product and the reputation," said Mann, who is with the Columbia, S.C., law firm of Nexsen Pruet.
See the full article from JSonline.com.
Mike Mann represents business owners in intellectual property matters. He has personally registered over 800 trademarks and 600 US Patents, and supervised other attorneys in many more.