Protecting Your Invention with Pete Tormey Feb 13 in Milpitas

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Protecting Your Invention with Pete Tormey Feb 13 in Milpitas

Bootstrappers Breakfast(TM) announces Pete Tormey “the Patent Guy” ( as invited guest to discuss when you need a patent and tips for getting one. Patents provide an important competitive advantage, and young companies need to develop an understanding of patents to maintain this competitive advantage.Bootstrappers Breakfast will meet at Omega Restaurant in Milpitas, Feb. 13, 2009 at 7:30-9am. Mr. Tormey will give a short 5-10 introduction to set the table for a roundtable discussion on protecting inventions. Bootstrappers Breakfast brings together leading entrepreneurs who eat problems for breakfast and are serious about growing their business.

“Pete Tormey is a registered patent agent who specializes in providing patents for Software, Electronics, Life Science Instrumentation and Business Methods. Action Patents is a great website with a lot of practical advice. He has a number of excellent podcasts — take a listen to Patent Basics for a great example — where he speaks in very clear and practical language about patent related legal and invention issues,” said Sean Murphy, CEO of SKMurphy.

About Action Patents

Action Patents provides fast affordable patent protection to young companies and entrepreneurs. As an experienced entrepreneur, Mr. Tormey is rare among patent agents and attorneys because he provides solid financial analysis on the value of patents before recommending patent protection. Mr. Tormey has an MBA in Marketing from St. Mary’s College in California, and a BS Electronic Engineering from San Francisco State University. He practices exclusively before the US Patent Office.

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  1. […] After 9am we still have the room for another 30 minutes which can be used for follow-up and networking. We also have a great program scheduled for Milpitas the following week, on Feb-13 which you should consider attending: “Protecting Your Invention.” […]

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