Insights: News Stephen Dew Appointed to Georgia PATENTS Advisory Board
ATLANTA (July 16) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Stephen Dew was recently appointed to Georgia PATENTS’ (Pro bono Assistance & Training for Entrepreneurs and New, Talented, Solo inventors) Advisory Board.
Georgia Lawyers for the Arts (GLA) has been working to provide free legal assistance to artists and arts organizations throughout Georgia who would otherwise be unable to afford the help they need. GLA established Georgia PATENTS to offer assistance to Georgia and South Carolina inventors. For more information on Georgia PATENTS, please click here.
Stephen Dew is a registered patent attorney who focuses his practice on patent prosecution and counseling in the electrical and software arts. He regularly drafts and prosecutes patent applications in areas such as artificial intelligence, digital advertising and marketing, and digital signal processing. Mr. Dew is an engineer with over a decade of professional experience in both technical and customer-facing roles.
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