IP Empowerment Redefined

Talem IP offers a holistic, client-centered approach to securing, protecting, enforcing, commercializing, and managing your intellectual property rights. Our dedicated team will help you identify and implement intellectual property strategies that best promote your unique business needs.

Patents
& Trademarks

With experience in science, technology, business, and law, our team is here for you.

Licensing
& Transactions

From lab to marketplace, we negotiate all the deals on the way.

Portfolio Development & Management

We combine industry experience with a deep understanding of IP strategy to help clients create and implement a comprehensive IP strategy.

Registered Patents:

Productivity Tools for Content Authoring

Patent no. 10,402,061 | Issue Date: September 3, 2019

Proximity Selector

Patent no. 10,345,957 | July 9, 2019

Analog Strokes to Digital Ink Strokes

Patent no. 10,339,372 | July 2, 2019

Holographic Augmented Authoring

Patent no. 10,318,225 | June 11, 2019

Continuously Charged Isolated Supply Network

Patent no. 10,263,620 | April 16, 2019

Automatic Application Error Detection and Rollback

Patent no. 10,185,626 | Issue Date: January 22, 2019

Integrated Audio Jack Housing

Patent no. 10,141,699 | November 27, 2018

Buffered Body Return Receiver

Patent no. 10,028,661 | July 24, 2018

Quick Drafts of Items in a Primary Work Queue

Patent no. 10,013,664 | Issue Date: July 3, 2018

Our Story

Talem IP Law was established in January 2015 when Sarah Knight and Wendy Zimbone joined forces to launch Gainesville, Florida’s first women-owned intellectual property (IP) law firm.

Our Team

Our Team

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Wendy Zimbone

Managing Partner

Wendy Zimbone, founding and managing partner of Talem IP Law, specializes in IP licensing, IP strategy, and contract negotiations.  She drafts and negotiates license agreements, development agreements, research agreements, SaaS agreements, hosting agreements, manufacturing/supplier agreements, and other commercial contracts.  Her practice emphasizes the importance of intellectual property in overall business strategy and technology commercialization.  She has assisted many clients in getting their technology to the marketplace and maximizing the value in the IP they create.

She joined Talem from the University of Florida, where she was the Assistant Director of Engineering and Software Licensing.  She managed approximately 400 intellectual property cases and was responsible for overseeing an extensive patent budget.  She negotiated dozens of license agreements each year along with many other IP related agreements.

Wendy is actively involved in NAMWOLF the National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms which she chairs the IP CLE efforts, volunteers with both the Intellectual Property and Technology Transaction Committees, and actively speaks at conferences and on webinars. 

She also serves as a mentor for the Empowering Women in Technology Startups (ewits) program and as a board member of the Littlewood Elementary School Parent Teacher Association.  She has two active young boys and loves being outdoors and going on family adventures.

Admissions

June 2019 – NAMWOLF Webinar – “Defining Technology:  Why it matters in Agreements!”
May 2019 – Technology Transfer Central Webinar – “Licensing Know-How:  Capture the Full Value of       Your Technologies and Foster Supportive Relationships with Licensees”
November 2018 - American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) Webinar – “The Cutting Edge,
How to work with Start Up clients to get the best results!” CLE
October 2018 - University of Texas System Office – “Anatomy of a Software License”
September 2018 – NAMWOLF – “Did you say Mobile App” CLE
Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM)

  •    May 2018 AUTM Software Course – “Anatomy of a Software License”
  •    April 2018 AUTM Webinar – “IP Basics for Software Innovations”
  •    February 2016 AUTM Annual Meeting – “Open Source Software Commercialization”

Massachusetts
New Hampshire
US Patent and Trademark Office

Education

University of New Hampshire School of Law, J.D. 2011
• Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property Law, Intellectual Property Law Certificate
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, B.S. in Computer Science, 2003

 

Technical Specialties

Computer Science and Software
Medical Devices
Healthcare IT
Educational Technology
Engineering Devices
Consumer Products

Competencies

Contract and Licensing Agreements
Supply Chain Agreements
IP Strategy
Technology Commercialization
Standard Operating Procedures related to IP life cycle

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