ALEXANDRIA, Va., Jan. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Patent Resources Group (PRG), the nation's leading patent education firm, has announced its 2010 calendar of events, programs, courses, and panels. Registration is now open for all of these training opportunities at www.patentresources.com.
PRG's 2010 training calendar includes a mix of new and returning programs. Our five new offerings include:
- An Advanced Courses program in February
- A discussion with highly distinguished panelists on the future of U.S. patent law
- A program to prepare law students and new associates for their patent law careers
- A program targeting the needs of paralegals, secretaries, and administrators
- Intellectual property courses designed for non-attorney business professionals
Popular returning offerings include:
- Advanced Courses programs in April, August (expanded to three weeks), and October
- The industry's leading Patent Bar Review Course, offered in seven major cities and on DVD
- Our patent prosecution workshop, offered on both the West and East Coasts
- Video on Demand versions of our most popular courses
"Our 2010 calendar includes more patent education opportunities than ever before," says Vanessa Brown, Vice President of PRG. "We're meeting the CLE and training needs of individuals with diverse roles in the world of intellectual property and at many points in their careers."
In a PRG first, selected events will be offered simultaneously via face-to-face instruction in Alexandria, VA at our Kayton Training Center and via live video-conferencing at our Southfield Training Center in Michigan. PRG is also partnering with two respected industry leaders - Management Forum and Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC - to present some of our 2010 programs.
To learn more about PRG's 2010 training opportunities and to register, visit our website at www.patentresources.com.
About Patent Resources Group
Patent Resources Group provides courses and publications in all aspects of patent practice for professionals at all levels of experience. Patent Resources Group offers patent training programs in major cities and destinations and on-site at companies and law firms, and attracts attendees from around the world.
Patent Resources Group was established in 1969 by Professor Irving Kayton, Professor of Law Emeritus, George Mason University, and founder of the Patent and Intellectual Property Law Program at George Washington University. Since its inception, the company has taught patent law and related courses to 40,000 patent attorneys, agents, engineers, and scientists.
SOURCE Patent Resources Group