Mr. Ladwig moderated a panel session, “The Genomics Era: Patent Strategies to Avoid the Slippery Slope”, at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer’s 11th Annual Business of Biotech Conference in Tampa. The panel was composed of experts in patent law, drug discovery, and statistical and bioinformatics validation, and discussed the challenges and opportunities in obtaining patent protection […]
Mr. Ladwig served as a panelist on the BioBusiness Track Session “Preparing for Commercialization: Keys to Success” at BioFlorida’s 20th Annual Conference in St. Petersburg, Florida. Mr. Ladwig and his co-panelists discussed regulatory hurdles, reimbursement issues, brand planning management, due diligence, and patent life cycle management issues relevant to a life science company’s preparation for […]
Mr. Ladwig served as a co-instructor for the course “A Road Well-Travelled: Don’t Get Lost in Protecting Intellectual Property in the U.S. and Abroad” at the Association of University Technology Managers’ (AUTM’s) Annual Conference in Hollywood, Florida, and the session entitled “The U.S. Patent Application Process Explained from Start to Finish” of AUTM’s IP Portfolio […]
Mr. Ladwig moderated a panel session, “Tips and Tricks for Building Strong Teams” at USF Connect’s 5th Annual Building Entrepreneurship Around Tampa Bay (B.E.A.T.) event, which supports the entrepreneurial ecosystem through a showcase of innovative start-ups, educational programming, and opportunities to pitch for capital. The panel of entrepreneurs and service professionals shared their experiences and […]
Mr. Mehta comes to us from the University of Florida with a masters in electrical engineering and a certificate in microsystem technology. He also received his Juris Doctorate from Syracuse University. Mr. Mehta is a member of the Florida Bar, the Georgia Bar, the Middle District of Florida, and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics […]
Dr. Haiyan Liu, who joined the firm as a technical specialist, recently became a Registered Patent Agent. Her technology areas include but are not limited to cell biology, biophysics, electrophysiology and biomedical engineering. Dr. Liu received her B.S. and M.S. from Beijing Normal University and received her Ph.D. from the Ohio State University in biophysics.
Saliwanchik, Lloyd & Eisenschenk named Community Advocate of the Year by Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida
On October 27th, 2016, Saliwanchik, Lloyd & Eisenschenk was honored with the Community Advocate of the Year award presented by the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida for their work and continued financial support of the Guardian ad Litem program.
Saliwanchik, Lloyd & Eisenschenk Sponsors Cade Museum’s Inventivity Bash and offers in-kind legal services to the 2016 Cade Museum Prize winners.
The Cade Museum Prize, named after Dr. J. Robert Cade, is an annual competition for early-stage inventors and entrepreneurs in Florida. The winners of the prize will be announced at Cade Museum’s Inventivity Bash on April 30, 2016 at the Santa Fe Fine Arts Hall. To read more about the event, click on the following link.
The firm sponsored the 10th Annual Business of Biotech Conference, hosted annually by the Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, FL. The conference took place this year on Friday, March 18, 2016. The theme was “Science. Synergy. Success!”
Mr. Glenn P. Ladwig, Partner of the Firm, published his fifth article in Business in the Heart of Florida.
Mr. Ladwig’s most recent article is entitled “To Compete, or Non-Compete, That is the Question”, which discusses the role of non-compete provisions from the perspectives of employers and employees. The article can be viewed at the following link.