Recently, my wife and I welcomed a baby girl. As I started thinking about her future, I couldn’t help but think about what technology tools will be available for the next generation of IP professionals.
Nehal Madhani, Alt Legal's founder and CEO, and Hannah Samendinger, Alt Legal's GC, will both be speaking at the Career Development Day at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the International Trademark Association in Seattle.
In March of this year, Alt Legal collaborated with World Trademark Review and other intellectual property experts to publish a study examining IP offices throughout the world. That study, published in the April/May issue of the World Trademark Review, can now be downloaded.
Alt Legal, a leading intellectual property (IP) docketing software company, will preview two major new features at next week’s 2017 International Trademark Association Annual Meeting (INTA) in Barcelona, Spain.
When I was still a practicing attorney, I sat down to brainstorm business ideas for the legal technology company I wanted to start. The very first thing I wrote on my legal pad was “customer service.” As ideas for the business became clearer and better developed, “customer service” became retraced so much that eventually the indentions showed up on the next several pages of the pad. Every idea I had ultimately came back to customer service being the key differentiator between my company and the competition.
Brace yourselves. Women are here (and not just for the winter—WOOHOO!). Women’s day is one of our favorite holidays because women and girls around the world collectively declare love for our sisters from other misters. The world marches today and takes sexism head-on, except in China, where the men can be found hiking in heels. Here at Alt Legal, we recognize the social, political, economic, and cultural achievements and the continuing contributions made by women. Best of all, we practice what we preach. Alt Legal, an IP docketing software company, is led by a team that is committed to developing a diverse culture that is fair, inclusive, and rewarding.
Alt Legal recently collaborated with World Trademark Review to publish a study of global IP offices. "Registries Transformed – the world’s most innovative IP offices revealed" was published in the April/May 2017 issue of the magazine.
Alt Legal's intellectual property management software was recently featured on the TechnoLawyer Blog. The article provides an overview of Alt Legal's software, discusses some key features, and includes the following quotation from Bill Samuels, an Alt Legal customer: "The platform automatically identifies and updates my docket without manual data entry. To replace Alt Legal, I would need multiple employees to manage my clients' trademark portfolios."
The Gen Why Lawyer, a podcast dedicated to Generation Y legal practice, recently profiled Alt Legal's founder and CEO, Nehal Madhani.
The most recent publication of Legaltech News features Alt Legal's legal product manager, Hannah Samendinger. In the article, "Women of Legal Tech: Hannah Samendinger, Diving Right Into Technology," Monica Bay profiles Hannah and discusses her past experiences and motivations.