2. There’s nothing in it for them.
Yeah, people really want to spend the short time they’ve been given on this Earth to find out what an unemployed managing consultant dork has to say. Dream on.
(No, I’m not just a dork; I’m a sociopath. I’ve got gapingvoid businesses cards on order in order to prove it.)
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Thank you (foot)notes:
Our tatented hosts from Patent Baristas:
Barista Stephen Albainy-Jenei is also a patent attorney and Member of Frost Brown Todd LLC. When not serving up patent chat over a cup of java, he’s handling a diverse intellectual property practice in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and chemical fields for leading universities, research hospitals and research institutes, as well as biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies ranging from start-up to Fortune 500 companies. He works closely with biotechnology and emerging growth companies to brew up successful new business models, execute strategic intellectual property protection and litigation, and structure and negotiate technology transactions.
He is designated as one of “America’s Leading Business Lawyers” in intellectual property by Chambers & Partners. In addition, he has been designated a SuperLawyer Rising Star.
Prior to joining Frost Brown Todd LLC, Mr. Albainy-Jenei was Assistant General Counsel and Assistant Director of Intellectual Property for the University of Cincinnati, ultimately serving as the Acting Director of Intellectual Property and University Patent Officer. He is admitted to practice in Ohio, the US Patent and Trademark Office, and the US District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. He has an MS degree in physiology and was a PhD Candidate (ABD) in pharmacology and cellular biology. He received a JD from the University of Cincinnati College of Law.
Barista Karlyn Schnapp is also a patent attorney and senior associate with Frost Brown Todd LLC and a snappy dresser. Her area of concentration is patent prosecution, with her practice concentrated in the areas of chemistry, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals. She also practices in the area of intellectual property licensing. Dr. Schnapp represents a variety of clients including corporate researchers, university researchers, entrepreneurial start-up companies and individual researchers. She is admitted to practice in Ohio and before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Prior to joining Frost Brown Todd, Dr. Schnapp achieved the rank of Associate Professor at Northern Kentucky University, where she maintained an active research practice generating over a quarter of a million dollars in external grants. She has given technical presentations in the U.S., Canada, South America and Europe and has published 15 papers in peer-reviewed journals.She has a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the University of Cincinnati and a JD from the the Salmon P. Chase College of Law, Northern Kentucky University.