Join us at Connectaha, a new software conference focused on inclusive networking and the power of communication.

In just two weeks the Nebraska software community will come together March 8th at the Scott Conference Center in Omaha. Suiter Swantz IP is proud to help sponsor Connectaha 2019 as part of our dedication to fostering innovation in the Omaha community.

“Connectaha isn’t just about the talks you get to see, it’s also about the people you get to meet and the conversations you have. The goal is to connect people in the software community regardless of role, size of company, or experience. Connectaha is a conference that believes there’s power when people talk and that everyone has something to learn and teach.”

The speaker lineup will feature talks on functional programming, QA, design systems, UX, empathy, cybersecurity and more. Our own Scot Ringenberg will speak on “Protecting Your Innovation – Patent Protection and the Patent Process” at 1:30 p.m on March 8. This discussion will focus on intellectual property regarding software, its benefits, the patent and trademark processes, foreign protection, critical timing concerns, and tips for bootstrapping IP protection. To see the full speaker lineup visit connectaha.com/schedule.

Tickets for Connectaha are available for purchase through Eventbrite. If you’d like a discount code for yourself or your business, please email us at info@suiter.com.

 

Scot M. Ringenberg is a Patent Attorney and Co-owner of Suiter Swantz IP. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Nebraska Lincoln and his Juris Doctor from the University of Nebraska College of Law. Scot continued his education with the University of Kansas Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department graduate studies program. He is registered to practice as an attorney before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Additionally, he has been admitted to the state bars of Nebraska, Kansas, and Missouri.

Scot is also a member of numerous professional and community associations including the State Bar Associations of Nebraska, Missouri, and Kansas, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, the American Intellectual Property Law Association and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Alumni Association. When not practicing Intellectual Property law, Scot enjoys golfing, traveling, attending his family’s numerous activities, and following University of Nebraska Athletics.

 

Suiter Swantz IP is a full-service intellectual property law firm providing client-centric patenttrademarkcopyright services. If you need assistance with an intellectual property matter and would like to speak with one of our attorneys, please contact us at info@suiter.com.