Carr and Ferrell LLP Patent Group to Exhibit at Web 2.0
Carr & Ferrell announced today that it is scheduled to exhibit at the Web 2.0 Expo March 29- 30 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California.
The conference—whose 2011 theme is “Unlock the Digital Economy”—will showcase next-generation business models, development paradigms, products, and design strategies. Cofounder and Chair of Carr & Ferrell’s patent group, John Ferrell, will be present on the expo floor both days of the event to meet with attendees and share insight based on his 25 years of experience in working with future web, internet, multimedia and software companies and developers to protect their proprietary technologies.
“We are very excited at the opportunity to exhibit at Web 2.0 this year,” Ferrell said of the upcoming expo. “The conference is such a nexus of technological, social and business innovation, and we look forward to helping these entrepreneurs to strategically build, leverage and defend their intellectual property portfolios.”
With nearly twenty years of experience working with hundreds of technology startups in Silicon Valley and around the globe, Carr & Ferrell attorneys combine unparalleled experience with industry-specific technical expertise to deliver turn-key legal services for clients at every stage of development – from the independent inventor to the multinational corporation.
Representatives from the firm look forward to networking in booth 830. To schedule a time to meet with Mr. Ferrell at the expo, please contact Be’Anka Macey at (650) 812 – 3470.
Event: Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco
When: March 29-30 Place: Moscone West Convention Center
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