On June 18th, OBWB Partner Yuichi Watanabe joins fellow speakers at the WIPO GREEN symposium to discuss IP & green innovation. Organized by the Japan Patent Office and the Japan Intellectual Property Association in collaboration with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), IP experts will address initiatives to resolve environmental challenges and further the advancement of green technologies.
The Spring 2021 edition of Best Lawyers was a special issue featuring "Women in the Law." As reported by the magazine, "According to data collected by Best Lawyers over the past five years, the legal industry is showing promising growth when it comes to gender diversity among top legal talent."
The Houston Business Journal published their annual list of largest IP law firms in the Houston Area. OBWB was delighted to be ranked #6 on this year's list.
Carlyn Burton joins fellow panelists at the 2021 IPO Spring Summit, to discuss the topic of diversity & inclusion within IP departments.
OBWB is delighted to partner with AIPLA in sponsoring their 2021 Virtual Spring Meeting. We wish all attendees good meetings and productive networking.
Jonathan Osha is currently the Vice-Chair of IPO's AI & Emerging Technologies Committee. He was recently invited to speak at WIPO's Conversation on IP & Artificial Intelligence. We are pleased to be able to share a recording of this informative discussion.
Osha Bergman Watanabe & Burton is pleased to participate at Comp-U-Dopt's 2021 Clay Shoot fundraiser as a silver sponsor. OBWB is committed to Comp-U-Dopt's endeavors to bridge the digital divide and to provide technology access and instruction to underserved communities across the U.S.
OBWB Partners Tammy Terry and Lisa Margonis were recently published by Law360. Their article, "Unpacking Amazon's Patent Infringement Process" was shared in Expert Analysis.
Since joining OBWB in 2011, Kevin Kuelbs has become an integral part of the OBWB team. Kevin is the lead attorney for the firm's office in Boulder, Colorado. His practice covers a wide variety of technologies and he has extensive patent prosecution experience domestically and internationally. Kevin's commitment to professional excellence and his dedication and support of OBWB core values, make him a natural fit for partner. We are pleased to welcome Kevin to his new leadership role at OBWB. Congratulations, Kevin!
Native Texan Keelin Hargadon joined Osha Bergman Watanabe & Burton out of law school. She is the firm's lead trademark attorney and is currently based in our Houston office. Her leadership skills and business acumen have made her an invaluable member of the OBWB team. This promotion is nothing short of well-deserved.