Intellectual Property attorney Jeff Whittle moderated a mock licensing exercise as part of the 36th Annual Fall Institute on Intellectual Property Law, hosted by the Houston Intellectual Property Law Association and the University of Houston Law Center. Panelists in this session also included Sheikh Ismail with Texas A&M University, Katherine Jackson with Exxon Mobil Corporation, and Matt Prater with SABIC.
Jeff Whittle provides over two decades of legal experience to clients in the energy and high tech industries. He advises on strategic and complex technology transactions, licensing, patent protection, portfolio analysis, and other contentious and transactional intellectual property matters including inter partes reexaminations, post-grant reviews, and derivation proceedings, among other disputed cases. Whittle leads Womble Bond Dickinson’s International IP Energy Group.
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