Caldwell IP’s Managing Member Keegan Caldwell was recently featured on LifeStarr’s ‘The One Person Podcast’. Dr. Caldwell provides tips for success and breaks down what one-person businesses need to know regarding Intellectual Property in this latest episode. Click here to listen to the full interview.
Dr. Keegan Caldwell is a patent attorney and the founder and managing member of Caldwell Intellectual Property Law. He founded the firm in 2016 and last year it was the fastest- growing law firm in the United States and has offices in Boston, MA, Santa Monica, CA, and London, UK. Keegan served in the US Marine Corps right after high school. He holds a BS in Biomedical Science and a PhD in Physical Chemistry.
Keegan has extensive and diverse experience with advising clients from innovation conception to 9 and 10 figure monetization events. Keegan works with start-ups and established entities to both develop patent portfolios and to monetize them. He emphasizes the interaction between intellectual property and sound business practices to help his clients leverage their IP and create shareholder value. He has assisted clients with a broad spectrum of patent issues for a wide array of technology and takes pride in curating and enforcing high-value patent portfolios
The episode discusses a definition of intellectual property, the differences of the types of intellectual property there are, and a beneficial mindset for solopreneurs in addressing intellectual property.
“What is intellectual property?”
Dr. Keegan Caldwell: “The way that I like to think about it…intellectual property is intangible. So unlike our house, which we can put a fence around to guard our property, and that we can even section off and sell off little bits of our property, intellectual property can’t really be sectioned off like that and we can’t really sell off little bits of it. And it’s intangible, it’s something that we can’t touch or feel, its ideas that we’ve come up with. But like a house, the government has come up with processes for awarding certain protections around various areas of intellectual property like trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets.”
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