Mindy Ware, A.C.P.

Mindy Ware

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(402) 559-3282
mindy.ware@unmc.edu

Mindy Ware is the paralegal for UNeMed Corporation, the technology transfer and commercialization office for the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) and the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) since 2010. Mindy works as a liaison with the University’s patent attorneys and inventors, coordinating the patent protection strategy for the University. She works with licensees and co-owners to ensure the University’s intellectual property rights are maintained appropriately. Mindy has been working as a paralegal for over 22 years. She earned her Certified Paralegal designation in 2009 and her Advanced Certified Paralegal designation in Alternative Dispute Resolution in 2010. She received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Nebraska Wesleyan University in 2007. She also has paralegal experience in the areas of litigation, family law, probate and insurance law.

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Andersen lands national honor: Golden Stopwatch Award

OMAHA, Nebraska (Dec. 5, 2019)—UNeMed contracts specialist Jeff Andersen earned national recognition recently with a Golden Stopwatch Award. “It’s an area that doesn’t often get much attention, but Jeff Andersen has quietly become one of the best contracting managers in the nation,” UNeMed president and CEO Michael Dixon said. “His customer service and turn-around time …

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LINCOLN, Neb. (July 9, 2019)—For the second consecutive year, the University of Nebraska has been ranked among the top 100 universities in the world in earning U.S. patents to protect the innovative research and discoveries of its faculty. The ranking is part of a newly released report from the National Academy of Inventors and the …

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Overground gang draw line between authors and inventors

OMAHA, Neb. (January 7, 2019)—UNeMed’s tech transfer podcast, “Innovation Overground,” recently released a new episode titled, “Authors, Inventors, students and bosses.” In this episode, Overground hosts Joe Runge, Tyler Scherr and Charlie Litton, discuss the tricky area of authorship versus inventorship. The crew also talks about Litton’s beef with his brother’s boss. The episode also …

Free seminar planned: ‘Leveraging Intellectual Property for Success’

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How we can help: Patents

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How we can help: Intellectual Property

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