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Partner John D. Simmons Speaks at the RSPN Annual Business Trends Forum: Healthcare and Technology

October 22, 2015
Time of Event: 4:00 - 8:00pm
Event Location: International House Philadelphia, 3701 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19104

Partner John D. Simmons will be speaking as a legal expert panelist during Panel One: Technology's Disruption in Healthcare of the Russian-Speaking Professionals Network (RSPN) Annual Business Trends Forum: Healthcare and Technology.

The 2015 Annual RSPN Business Trends Forum is a premier event for anyone interested in networking with Philadelphia's Russian-speaking business and professional community and staying at the forefront of developments in healthcare and technology.

Simmons and his fellow panelists will discuss the disruption that technology is making in healthcare delivery models, drug research and clinical trials, people’s overall wellness and the business and legal landscape surrounding this technology revolution in healthcare.

John D. Simmons' practice focuses on IP litigation including patent, trademark, copyright, trade secrets, computer fraud and abuse, cybersquatting and licensing/contract disputes. John has litigated cases involving a wide variety of technologies, including instrumentation, gaming devices, video games, software, Internet security software/systems, ionization systems, industrial designs and medical devices. He has extensive patent drafting, due diligence, opinion writing and licensing experience. - See more at: http://www.panitchlaw.com/lawyers-advisors/john-d-simmons#sthash.fkQIpVFz.dpuf

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