Dec 14, 2017

Kirsch and Warenzak Continue Teaching As Adjunct Law Professors

Professor in Classroom

SGR attorneys have a long-standing tradition of teaching at colleges and universities across the country, and SGR’s intellectual property (IP) attorneys are no exception. SGR IP partner Gregory J. Kirsch has served as an adjunct professor of IP law at Emory University School of Law for over 20 years, most recently co-teaching a Patent Practice and Procedure class for the last 16 years.  Kirsch will next teach this class at Emory Law during the Spring of 2018. The class is tailored to second and third-year law students who are interested in pursuing a career in patent law and teaches them… Read more

Oct 17, 2017

SGR IP Attorneys Participate in Charity Golf Tournament

CIP CUP Golf Tournament benefitting Georgia PATENTS

On October 17, 2017, SGR Intellectual Property (IP) attorneys Greg Kirsch, Stephanie Scruggs, Matt Warenzak and Courtney Thornton played in the CIP CUP charity golf tournament at St. Ives Country Club, in Johns Creek, Georgia.  SGR was a co-sponsor of this event, which raised money for the Georgia PATENTS program, and the Georgia State University (GSU) Foundation. Georgia PATENTS is a program operated by the Georgia Lawyers for the Arts, with funding and assistance from the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).  It provides pro bono legal assistance in preparing and filing patent applications to under-served solo inventors, non-profits and… Read more