Bradley Arant Partner Nicholas Landau Interviewed by BBVLP for Helping Low-Income Inventors

BBVLP eBrief

Media Mention

Bradley Arant IP attorney Dr. Nicholas Landau was interviewed by the Birmingham Bar Volunteer Lawyers Program (BBVLP) about volunteering his time helping low-income inventors as part of the BBVLP Patent Program. Asked about the benefits of the pro bono program that helps inventors secure patent protection, Landau responded that providing pro bono patent application drafting services to poor inventors not only benefits the client, it benefits the American economy by allowing new inventions to be developed and commercialized that otherwise would be abandoned by the inventor and forgotten.

The complete article, “BBVLP helps pro bono inventors obtain patents thanks to Bradley Arant attorney” appeared in the BBVLP eBrief on March 18, 2016.