Tarolli Patent Attorney, Robert Knecht Schmidt, gives back to the community through The Ohio Patent Pro Bono Program.
The program is the result of an active collaboration among the USPTO, The Cleveland Intellectual Property Law Association (CIPLA) and the IP Venture Clinic at The Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Tarolli Patent Attorneys Rich Wesorick and Liza Heinig are faculty members serving the IP Venture Clinic. Learn …Read More
Several Attorneys from the Tarolli Firm Earned Recognition for Their Pro Bono Work from the Local Intellectual Property Bar and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
At the 4 April 2019 Cleveland Intellectual Property Law Association meeting and dinner, a number of awards for 2018 service were presented by Ted Theofrastous (Ohio Patent Pro Bono Program Chairman) and Grant Corboy (USPTO Patent Pro Bono Program Administrator). Liza Heinig received a USPTO Certificate of Achievement for investing …Read More
Tarolli, Sundheim, Covell & Tummino LLP is pleased welcome Samantha R. Smart to the firm’s partnership. Ms. Smart focuses her practice on patent and trademark preparation and prosecution, as well as proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. She counsels clients through …Read More
The Board of Directors for Open Doors Academy (ODA) has selected Tarolli Managing Partner Richard Wesorick as their new Board President. Mr. Wesorick will lead the 22-member Board for the local non-profit that utilizes a youth development model to address multigenerational poverty (see https://www.opendoorsacademy.org/about/). Serving approximately 500 middle school and …Read More
Tarolli Partners, Richard Wesorick and Brian Bolinger, Volunteer to Assist an Oberlin Resident in Obtaining a U.S. Patent for an Ion-Propelled Aircraft
As Part of the Ohio Patent Pro Bono Program and Case Western Reserve University School of Law’s IP Venture Clinic (IPVC), Tarolli volunteer Partners, Richard Wesorick and Brian Bolinger, assisted an Oberlin resident in obtaining a U.S. Patent for an ion-propelled aircraft. The IPVC began working with Ethan Krauss to …Read More