McNees Intellectual Property Attorney Explaining How To Get Medical Devices To Market
March 25, 2022
COLUMBUS, Ohio. — McNees Wallace & Nurick’s Diane Hughes Dobrea is discussing how preparation and a skilled team can remove much of the uncertainty and chance associated with medical device development at an upcoming workshop.
The process of getting a medical device to market — moving through the concept design, prototyping and testing, FDA clearance, funding and intellectual property steps — is fraught with known and sometimes unexpected setbacks. But with the right team, there are also predictable boosts to assist an entrepreneur move farther along.
The 2022 Bridging Engineering, Science and Technology in Medicine (BEST Medicine) Engineering Fair is centered around nurturing talent, affecting change, raising awareness of STEM opportunities and respecting contributions by all.
What: Cleveland State University Washkewicz College of Engineering’s BEST Medicine Engineering Fair, “Breakthroughs & Setbacks on the Path to a Medical Device Product” workshop
Who: McNees Wallace & Nurick’s Diane Hughes Dobrea
When: Saturday, April 2, 2022, from 10:15 to 11:15 a.m.
Where: Campus International School (2160 Payne Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44114)
McNees is a full-service law firm with more than 130 attorneys representing corporations, associations, institutions and individuals. The firm serves clients worldwide from offices in Devon, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Pittsburgh, Scranton, State College and York, Pa.; Columbus, Ohio; Frederick, Md.; and Washington, D.C. McNees is also a member of the ALFA International Global Legal Network.