Denver to get Patent Office, $439M economic impact

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office will build one of three satellite offices in Denver.  It is a long awaited victory for Denver and the State of Colorado.  The office is expected to draw an estimated $439 million dollars in economic impact over the next five years.

Colorado has an array of innovative industries that will benefit from the office including biosciences, aerospace, renewable energies and the computer technology industries.

Denver Business Journal

 

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Julia Rush is an attorney licensed to practice in Colorado and Illinois. She joined the Chicago law firm of Leahy & Hosted as a researcher in 2001, and then as an associate upon her admittance to the bar in 2007. In Colorado, Julia has continued to consult on multi-di...

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