Jason Rutt: ?Every time you solve a problem you have probably created a patentable invention?

Jason Rutt: ?Every time you solve a problem you have probably created a patentable invention?One of the prominent coaches and presenters at the most recent IP protection conference at Lobachevsky University was Jason Rutt, the head of Patents at Rouse, a London-headquartered firm managing and enforcing IP rights across the globe

Oleg Kouzbit, Online News Managing Editor A noteworthy event took place earlier this week in Nizhny Novgorod. The local Lobachevsky State University (UNN) hosted a high-profile conference and workshop aimed at sensitizing regional innovators to the importance of intellectual property protection. One of the prominent coaches and presenters that provided in-depth analysis of IP-related intricacies and insights into do?s and don?ts of innovation patenting was Jason Rutt, the head of Patents at Rouse, a London-headquartered firm managing and enforcing IP rights across the globe. A scientist with a PhD in chemistry and legal professional with years of experience under his belt, including patenting at Pfizer, the world?s largest pharma, he illuminated most vital issues many of the young Nizhny Novgorod audiences at the conference had little or no understanding of, giving examples from his pharmaceutical background...