Corey Beaubien, as the Vice President of the IP Inn of Court, and Shannon Smith, as the Vice President of the Michigan Intellectual Property Law Association (MIPLA), helped coordinate a joint event with the Oakland County Bar Association. The event included a STEM toy drive to help benefit the Salvation Army of Pontiac.
Two U.S. design patents prepared by Corey Beaubien for a Detroit-based automaker were recently upheld as not invalid by the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC). The design patents were challenged in a dispute with one of the world’s largest automotive replacement parts maker.
Corey M. Beaubien has been appointed to the Executive Committee of the Michigan Intellectual Property Inn of Court
Corey M. Beaubien has been appointed to the Executive Committee of the Michigan Intellectual Property Inn of Court. He will serve as Treasurer for the 2022-2023 term.
Reising elected a Management Committee in June that includes some new faces. The Shareholders elected Rick Hoffmann President, Corey M. Beaubien Vice President of Finance, Colin Cicotte Vice President of Personnel, Bill Kolakowski Vice President of Operations, and Shannon Smith Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Corey Beaubien and Shannon Smith have been appointed as coaches for the 2020 International Patent Application Drafting Competition put on by the USPTO. The competition introduces law students to issues arising in United States Patent Law and helps develop their patent application drafting, amending, and prosecuting skills.
Corey Beaubien is now a member of the East Michigan District Export Council (EMDEC). The Council is made up of leaders whose knowledge of and expertise in international business provides a source of professional advice for their region’s local companies.
Reising attorneys continue to be recognized yearly by their peers as top attorneys in Intellectual Property. Jim Stevens, Matt Schmidt, and Rick Hoffmann were recently named as U.S. News and World Report Best Lawyers, with the firm also receiving the same award as a Tier 1 patent law firm. Jim Stevens also received a Lawyer […]
Rick Hoffmann was selected by global publisher IAM to moderate a panel of industry professionals discussing Technology Transfer in Mobility during the Auto IP USA conference held in Detroit on May 8th; Mike Adams, Corey Beaubien, Colin Cicotte, and Matt Schmidt attended. Topics included “How Universities and Research Institutions are Innovation Hubs and Play a […]
Steve Walmsley, Corey Beaubien, and Melinda Zatkoff attended the USPTO Design Day 2019 conference in April. Law firms, companies, and patent examiners gathered to discuss changes to USPTO and international design patent examination, learn about new case law from federal courts and the Patent and Trial Appeal Board, as well as to hear a panel […]
Corey M. Beaubien traveled to the US Supreme Court in Washington DC in order to attend the oral arguments in Helsinn Healthcare v. Teva Pharmaceuticals. The arguments centered around whether the phrase “or otherwise available to the public” in Section 102 of the America Invents Act (AIA) expands or contracts the meaning of “on sale,” […]